You can export your map using the commands found on the Export tab or by choosing a format in the Save As dialog Save as type list. If the export you want to . You can use sidebars on the front page to carry out basic exports of map images or raw data of a particular area. MindMeister offers a wide variety of export options, enabling you to turn maps into Word documents, save them as PDFs, as images and more. Please note that .
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You can use sidebars on the OpenStreetMap.
See also the page downloading data. It does this by actually pointing your exportat directly at the OpenStreetMap API to retrieve a bounding box of data a “map call”.
This has limitations in terms of the size and complexity of the data you can request. The XML data can mcap saved to a.
If you prefer to place a static map image on your website, simply take a screenshot and save the image file, or look at using the static map images services to embed one which will get updated.
CmapTools – Exporting Cmaps
If you only wanted just a simple link to a mapthe HTML is even more straightforward. See Browsing Linking to Maps.
If you have more sophisticated map embedding requirements e.
See Deploying your own Slippy Map. If you need a different format, see below. Ready-made downloads are available for some formats.
When the rendering servers have a high load from traffic to the main map some of the exports get temporarily disabled. This is because the rendering of custom images from the export tab takes a lot of resources compared to the slippy map.
If you want to use the exports you can try again later or see other alternatives. To download large quantities of OpenStreetMap data, see Planet.
If you then want to create your own webmap from this, see Deploying your own Slippy Map for some pointers. Available languages — Export. Other languages — Help us translate this wiki.
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