Hello:

I want to make a ASP.Net application in which I want to color the areas defined by administrative boundaries (typically at level 8 for cities areas). The colors would be provided by a database with pairs (areaID, value). I find OpenLayers, Telerik radmap using a geojson source as a layer. Moreover, I have seen the ArcGis demo (http://www.arcgis.com/apps/TwoPane/main/index.html?webmap=2afcada8043544e2ac8342abff9c2521). This is what I want. Is there a way to do that simply ?

Thank you.

asked 12 Feb '15, 16:31

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Maybe a starting point can be geocolor.io

Geocolor is a web app and javascript library for creating quick geographic data visualizations such as choropleths.

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answered 12 Feb '15, 17:19

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Thank you for your answer. I've finally choosed Leaflet which makes it possible to do choropleths.

(23 Feb '15, 14:53) osmccecsg
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