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with geospatial data.

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Vectorize PDFs automatically

Hand-tracing polygons and lines on PDFs is painstaking and boring. Our AI vectorizer can digitize thousands of PDFs for you, freeing your time for more valuable efforts.

  • Download as GeoJSON (EPSG:4326)
  • Group regions by background color
  • Volume discounts for massive digitization projects
  • The only geospatial digitizer on the market
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vectorizing a PDF

An API to download from OpenStreetMap

# Download parks in the world as GeoJSON
curl --get 'https://osm.buntinglabs.com/v1/extract' \
         --data "tags=leisure%3Dpark" \
         --data "api_key=yTs86VJsx" \
         -o parks.geojson
####################################### 100.0%
# Near France, download buildings as GeoJSON
curl --get 'https://osm.buntinglabs.com/v1/extract' \
         --data "tags=building%3D*" \
         --data "api_key=yTs86VJsx" \
         --data "bbox=4.3725,43.0046,6.6027,44.4886"
         -o buildings.geojson
#################                        39.1%

Download subsets of OSM data with an API key and curl. No libraries, out of memory errors, or learning curve. It's like Overpass Turbo, without the limits.

  • Filter by tags, bounding box, and wildcards
  • Download as GeoJSON (EPSG:4326)
  • Use API from the browser
  • Beautiful documentation
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Online sandbox for GIS analysis

Writing code with spatial data is hard. Our GIS sandbox visualizes your results, plots geometries, and auto-completes features from your datasets.

  • 285 geometric operations
  • Stack datasets with drag-and-drop
  • Filter, sort, and search results
  • Built on open source (shapely, mundipy)
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spatial ide code editor