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21 Jan 2020
22:05:19@freenode_sigq:matrix.orgsigqTitle: Shimmy / Mike Bostock / Observable (at observablehq.com)
22:08:47@_slack_osgeo_UJM07FH5H:matrix.orgMartin Davis @Velix: what is that function? Got a link to the doc?
22:09:04@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelixWhich one? :)
22:10:15@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelix Martin Davis: you mean the Esri one? After digging a bit to find the paper, things got lame... they're just using Voronoi, like everyone of us would do. https://www.esri.com/arcgis-blog/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Fig7.png -> https://www.esri.com/arcgis-blog/products/analytics/analytics/new-subsetting-tool-in-geostatistical-analyst-generate-subset-polygons/
22:10:17@freenode_sigq:matrix.orgsigqTitle: New Subsetting Tool in Geostatistical Analyst: Generate Subset Polygons (at www.esri.com)
22:11:38@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelixBut then I found this nice baby: http://www-cs-students.stanford.edu/~amitp/game-programming/polygon-map-generation/
22:11:39@freenode_sigq:matrix.orgsigqTitle: Polygonal Map Generation for Games (at www-cs-students.stanford.edu)
22:14:10@_slack_osgeo_UJM07FH5H:matrix.orgMartin Davis Well, it's hard to generate good linework... Voronoi is one of the most obvious ways to do that
22:15:24@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelix I've also used it in a project today.
22:15:51@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelix Martin Davis: That's what you can do with Voronoi! https://www.redblobgames.com/maps/mapgen4/
22:15:52@freenode_sigq:matrix.orgsigqTitle: Mapgen4 (at www.redblobgames.com)
22:17:50@_slack_osgeo_UJM07FH5H:matrix.orgMartin Davis Very nice... it's surprisingly hard to generate synthetic coastline, but this looks great
22:20:30@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelix Martin Davis: https://azgaar.wordpress.com/2017/04/03/coastline/
22:20:32@freenode_sigq:matrix.orgsigqTitle: Coastline Fantasy Maps for fun and glory (at azgaar.wordpress.com)
22:20:38@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelix:D
22:20:54@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelixI just opened this one :DD
22:21:18@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelix It's written in Javascript :D
22:21:23@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelixpeople these days...
22:21:42@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelix Martin Davis: press "Random Map": https://jsfiddle.net/byzeyLaa/
22:25:14@_slack_osgeo_UJM07FH5H:matrix.orgMartin Davis Cool... I could use a random polygon generator to fuzz the upcoming overlay code.
22:29:17@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelixI love those websites: https://heredragonsabound.blogspot.com/2017/08/decorating-ocean-part-three.html
22:29:23@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelixTrying to make modern maps look historic
22:33:00@freenode_sigq:matrix.orgsigqTitle: Experilous: Procedural Planet Generation (at experilous.com)
22:33:00@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelixThis is from 2013. pah... no H3 in there! http://experilous.com/1/blog/post/procedural-planet-generation
22:33:23@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelixmy god... the results on the bottom are incredible
22:33:41@freenode_velix:matrix.orgvelixhttp://experilous.com/1/blog/2014-09-29-planet-high.png
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