Returns a map in PNG or JPG format centered on the latlon coordinate. The extra_latlon parameter can be used to specify additional locations, the map is not centered or zoomed to automatically enclose these locations.
Returns a map in PNG or JPG format centered on the xy RD coordinate. The extra_xy parameter can be used to specify additional locations, the map is not centered or zoomed to automatically enclose these locations.
Returns a map in PNG format showing the location of the given postcode(s). Postcodes in the different set will be shown in different colours. At most 174 postcodes in total may be supplied. The scale determines the scale of the map and should be between 0 and 6.
An array of postcodes to form the first set.
An array of postcodes to form the second set.
An array of postcodes to form the third set.
An array of postcodes to form the fourth set.
Scale 0 to 6 correspond to the following levels of detail:
A PNG image, base64 encoded.
A geographical location in the RD (Dutch: Rijksdriehoek) system.
The X coordinate
The Y coordinate
A geographical location in the latitude/longitude system.
The latitude in degrees (floating point)
The degrees in degrees (floating point)
The zoom input parameter in meters per pixel (m/p) is internally converted to a standardized zoomlevel (see conversion table). When a given m/p ratio is between two zoomlevels, the zoomlevel closest to the given m/p ratio is chosen. This means that different m/p ranges will convert to the same zoomlevel, resulting in an equal map image. We recommend you choose a zoomlevel and then use the corresponding m/p ratio as input parameter.