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Attributions

Mapping attribution

Much of the data on our base maps is © OpenStreetMap contributors and is licensed under the Open Data Commons Open Database License.

 

OpenStreetMap is a publicly available map that anyone can edit and use. If you spot a mistake on the map, or think that you could make it better with your local knowledge then we encourage you to join an ever expanding community of like-minded people and edit it yourself. If you haven’t already done so then you can register here.

 

  • We also use SRTM data for terrain.
  • We geocode ZIP codes thanks to a database derived from public domain sources and released freely under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license by CivicSpace Labs, Inc.
  • We geocode UK postcodes thanks to data available under the Open Government License:
  • Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2013
  • Contains National Statistics data © Crown copyright and database right 2013
  • We geocode cities thanks to a database derived from the one available at GeoNames, which is available freely under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
  • We use OpenLayers, an opensource javascript library to load, display and render maps from multiple sources on web pages.
  • MapProxy is an open source proxy for geospatial data and we use it to cache, accelerate and transform data.
  • We also use PostgreSQL for creating the GIS database.
  • PostGIS is also used to provide spatial objects for the PostgreSQL database, allowing storage and query of information about location and mapping.
  • Tilemill for styling maps.

The design of our maps is © Inquiron.

The noun project attribution

We love the great icons that are available via The Noun Project. We have used the following icons within our site:

 

General attribution

We use, or have used, many amazing tools in the development of our current and past applications and would like to attribute the following, which we recommend if you’re interested in programming, GIS, or graphic design: