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Fluster = Flutter + Cluster

A geospatial point clustering library for Dart (Flutter not actually required). The algorithm is a Dart port of supercluster.



Implement Clusterable

Fluster will cluster a List of objects that conform to the Clusterable abstract class, which includes necessary information such as latitude and longitude:

class MapMarker extends Clusterable {
  String locationName;
  String thumbnailSrc;

      isCluster = false,
      : super(
            latitude: latitude,
            longitude: longitude,
            isCluster: isCluster,
            clusterId: clusterId,
            pointsSize: pointsSize,
            markerId: markerId,
            childMarkerId: childMarkerId);

Set up Fluster

Create a Fluster instance once you have a set of points you'd like to cluster:

List<MapMarker> markers = getMarkers();

Fluster<MapMarker> fluster = Fluster<MapMarker>(
      minZoom: 0,
      maxZoom: 20,
      radius: 150,
      extent: 2048,
      nodeSize: 64,
      points: markers,
      createCluster: (BaseCluster cluster, double longitude, double latitude) {
        return MapMarker(
            latitude: latitude,
            longitude: longitude);


/// Any zoom value below minZoom will not generate clusters.
int minZoom;

/// Any zoom value above maxZoom will not generate clusters.
int maxZoom;

/// Cluster radius in pixels.
int radius;

/// Adjust the extent by powers of 2 (e.g. 512. 1024, ... max 8192) to get the
/// desired distance between markers where they start to cluster.
int extent;

/// The size of the KD-tree leaf node, which affects performance.
int nodeSize;

/// The List to be clustered.
List<T> points;

/// A callback to generate clusters of the given input type.
T Function(BaseCluster, double, double) createCluster;

Get the clusters

You can then get the clusters for a given bounding box and zoom value, where the bounding box = southwestLng, southwestLat, northeastLng, northeastLat:

List<MapMarker> clusters = fluster.clusters([-180, -85, 180, 85], _currentZoom);

Get the cluster children

You can also get the children (points and sub-clusters inside a cluster at the next zoom level, given the cluster id:

List<MapMarker> chilren = fluster.children(int clusterId);

Get the cluster points

Get only the child points (not sub-clusters) of a cluster in all the remaining zoom levels, given the cluster id:

List<MapMarker> points = fluster.points(clusterId);