Stamen Design’s watercolor basemap makes mapping more fun

For a recent project I was conducting some fairly dry quality assurance/quality control. In particular, I was comparing whether the population-weighted centroids of ZIP codes (ZCTA, to be specific) we computed in PostGIS matched those computed using QGIS. Given that I was creating temporary, internal maps, to make things more fun, I used the OpenLayers […]

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