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Natural Earth vector tile data set (MVT)
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Natural Earth Vector Tiles

Prerendered Natural Earth vector tiles encoded in the Mapbox vector tile specification for use with Mapbox GL or other clients.
Currently in heavy development

:open_file_folder: Download the vector tiles from the releases page.

Please also checkout our project to create vector tiles from Open Street Map.

Use Vector Tiles

You can use mbview to take a look at the MBTiles vector tiles locally.
To display the vector tiles with Mapbox GL you need a tileserver.

Tileservers:

Run Workflow

The entire project is structured components using Docker containers
to work together. Ensure you meet the prerequisites.

Start up the PostgreSQL database with the PostGIS extension.

docker-compose up -d postgres

Now import the Natural Earth and WWF data set (can take several minutes).

docker-compose run import-naturalearth
docker-compose run import-wwf

Import the required database schema (views, prepared tables and helper functions).

docker-compose run db-schema

Export the vector tiles for the planet (can take up to 15min).
The exported vector tiles are stored in data/natural_earth.mbtiles.

docker-compose run export-vectortiles

To visualize and work with the vector tiles you can spin up Mapbox Studio
in a Docker container and visit localhost:3000.

docker-compose up mapbox-studio

License

The produced vector tiles are licensed under the Open Database License
and are made with data originating from Natural Earth.

The source code is Copyright (c) Lukas Martinelli under BSD-3 as defined in License.
The vector data source in src/vector-data-source is partially derived from mapbox/natural-earth-tm2 and therefore retains Copyright (c) Mapbox under BSD-3 as defined in License.

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