I would to use the following tile directory https://energyiq.canadiangeographic.ca/application/assets/img/energy_map/layers/electricity_mines/ as non-mapping (comparison) layer for power lines in JOSM.

I've tried


so far, but it doesn't work.

How can I find out whether it's {z}/{y}/{x} or {x}/{y}/{z}?

asked 20 Jul '18, 17:28

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The material on the site linked seems to be totally protected by copyright, and unless you seek and receive explicit permission for use with OSM then you should NOT ATTEMPT to use if in any way for editing purposes.

These are the sources listed, most of which are commercial:

Oil and Gas Pipeline data provided by Pennwell Corporation. Electrical Power Line data derived from tabular data provided by Pennwell Corporation, and spatial data derived from CanVec 1:250K data, © Department of Natural Resources Canada. All rights reserved. Oil, Gas and Electrical Facility data derived from data provided by Pennwell Corporation and The Centre For Energy. Oil sands facility data derived from Alberta's Oil Sands Projects and Upgraders Map, Oil Sands Operations, Alberta Department of Energy, January 2013. Coal Mine data derived from Atlas of Canada 6th edition: Coal Resources, 2009. Uranium Mine data derived from Saskatchewan Mining Association online map, April, 2013: www.saskmining.ca/map/Map/map.html#top

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answered 20 Jul '18, 18:36

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edited 20 Jul '18, 18:37

I actually would like to use this data ONLY FOR PRIVATE PURPOSES, but ask where most intelligence on these topics is concentrated.

I have never ever mapped anything not on imagery.

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