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A custom layer for heatmaps in react-leaflet

A custom layer for heatmaps in react-leaflet

# react-leaflet-heatmap-layer

react-leaflet-heatmap-layer provides a simple <HeatmapLayer /> component for creating a heatmap layer in a react-leaflet map.

react-leaflet-heatmap-layer

Usage

Use directly as a fixed layer:

import React from 'react';
import { render } from 'react-dom';
import { Map, Marker, Popup, TileLayer } from 'react-leaflet';
import HeatmapLayer from '../src/HeatmapLayer';
import { addressPoints } from './realworld.10000.js';

class MapExample extends React.Component {

  render() {
    return (
      <div>
        <Map center={[0,0]} zoom={13}>
          <HeatmapLayer
            fitBoundsOnLoad
            fitBoundsOnUpdate
            points={addressPoints}
            longitudeExtractor={m => m[1]}
            latitudeExtractor={m => m[0]}
            intensityExtractor={m => parseFloat(m[2])} />
          <TileLayer
            url='http://{s}.tile.osm.org/{z}/{x}/{y}.png'
            attribution='&copy; <a href="http://osm.org/copyright">OpenStreetMap</a> contributors'
          />
        </Map>
      </div>
    );
  }

}

render(<MapExample />, document.getElementById('app'));

Or use it inside a layer control to toggle it:

import React from 'react';
import { render } from 'react-dom';
import { Map, Marker, Popup, TileLayer } from 'react-leaflet';
import HeatmapLayer from '../src/HeatmapLayer';
import { addressPoints } from './realworld.10000.js';

class MapExample extends React.Component {

  render() {
    return (
      <div>
      <Map center={position} zoom={13} style={{ height: '100%' }} >
            <LayersControl>
              <LayersControl.BaseLayer name="Base" checked>
                <TileLayer
                  url="http://{s}.tile.osm.org/{z}/{x}/{y}.png"
                  attribution="&copy; <a href=http://osm.org/copyright>OpenStreetMap</a> contributors"
                />
              </LayersControl.BaseLayer>
              <LayersControl.Overlay name="Heatmap" checked>
                <FeatureGroup color="purple">
                  <Marker position={[50.05, -0.09]} >
                    <Popup>
                      <span>A pretty CSS3 popup.<br /> Easily customizable. </span>
                    </Popup>
                  </Marker>
                  <HeatmapLayer
                    fitBoundsOnLoad
                    fitBoundsOnUpdate
                    points={addressPoints}
                    longitudeExtractor={m => m[1]}
                    latitudeExtractor={m => m[0]}
                    intensityExtractor={m => parseFloat(m[2])}
                  />
                </FeatureGroup>
              </LayersControl.Overlay>
              <LayersControl.Overlay name="Marker">
                <FeatureGroup color="purple">
                  <Marker position={position} >
                    <Popup>
                      <span>A pretty CSS3 popup.<br /> Easily customizable. </span>
                    </Popup>
                  </Marker>
                </FeatureGroup>
              </LayersControl.Overlay>
            </LayersControl>
          </Map>
      </div>
    );
  }
}

render(<MapExample />, document.getElementById('app'));

API

The HeatmapLayer component takes the following props:

  • points: required an array of objects to be processed
  • longitudeExtractor: required a function that returns the object's longitude e.g. marker => marker.lng
  • latitudeExtractor: required a function that returns the object's latitude e.g. marker => marker.lat
  • intensityExtractor: required a function that returns the object's intensity e.g. marker => marker.val
  • fitBoundsOnLoad: boolean indicating whether map should fit data in bounds of map on load
  • fitBoundsOnUpdate: boolean indicating whether map should fit data in bounds of map on Update
  • max: max intensity value for heatmap (default: 3.0)
  • radius: radius for heatmap points (default: 30)
  • maxZoom: maximum zoom for heatmap (default: 18)
  • minOpacity: minimum opacity for heatmap (default: 0.01)
  • blur: blur for heatmap points (default: 15)
  • gradient: object defining gradient stop points for heatmap e.g. { 0.4: 'blue', 0.8: 'orange', 1.0: 'red' } (default: simpleheat package default gradient)
  • onStatsUpdate: called on redraw with a { min, max } object containing the min and max number of items found for a single coordinate

Example

To try the example:

1. Clone this repository
2. run `npm install` in the root of your cloned repository
3. run `npm run example`
4. Visit [localhost:8000](http://localhost:8000)

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