MapChart offers a versatile platform for creating custom maps that cater to a range of purposes, from academic projects and work presentations to blog posts and social media content. The service, available for free since 2014, empowers users to craft tailored maps effortlessly. For those seeking more advanced features such as account management, map saving, color preferences, and ad removal, there’s the option to explore MapChart Plus. In terms of usage, MapChart follows a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, allowing users to freely use, edit, and modify maps while providing appropriate attribution. Behind this valuable resource is Minas, a self-taught freelance web developer with extensive experience in map-related projects. For custom solutions or special map requirements, users are encouraged to connect with Minas for collaboration.
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