I am working on this small Wikipedia project that shows the radio ranges, and all I need to know is how to create shapes, either by inputting an algorithm or manually.

I made a mockup of what exactly I'm trying to do.


Any help is appreciated!

asked 11 Jun '19, 04:17

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It's difficult to see what relevance this has to OpenStreetMap.

(11 Jun '19, 11:49) SK53 ♦

(nothing to do with OSM, but) perhaps have a look at the Leaflet tutorials? You can use Leaflet to display tiles from an OSM-based tile server, and some of those tutorials explain how to overlay information.

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