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MapIt MapIt是一个开源项目,旨在帮助人们运行将地理点映射到管理区域的Web服务。 对于拥有地球上某个点的坐标并且需要找出其所在的国家/地区,城市,选区或州的任何人来说,它都是有用的。 查找所有边界的形状也很棒。 它由英国慈善机构于2003年创建,供需要管理区域查找的各种工具使用。 安装 MapIt可以作为Django应用程序安装,也可以作为独立服务器安装。 有关完整的详细信息,请访问我们的网站以获取帮助和文档。 例子 运行MapIt的公共安装,您可能可以使用: - 项目中的全局边界。 来自各种来源的英国边界。 以上内容对于非商业性,小批量使用是免费的。 有关什么构成“小批量”的详细信息以及商业许可安排,请咨询。 限速 缺省情况下,使用率是受速率限制的; 客户端可能受IP地址或通过User-Agent:标头中传递的用户令牌的速率限制。 通过配置文件中的RATE_LIMI
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