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The algorithm is specifically *fast* and *capable* of working with polygons of all types: multipolygons (without cascading),
polygons with holes, self-intersecting polygons and degenerate polygons with overlapping edges.

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```
import * as martinez from 'martinez-polygon-clipping';
const gj1 = { "type": "Feature", ..., "geometry": { "type": "Polygon", "coordinates": [ [ [x, y], ... ] ]};
const gj2 = { "type": "Feature", ..., "geometry": { "type": "MultiPolygon", "coordinates": [ [ [ [x, y], ...] ] ]};
const intersection = {
"type": "Feature",
"properties": { ... },
"geometry": {
"type": "Polygon",
"coordinates": martinez.intersection(gj1.geometry.coordinates, gj2.geometry.coordinates)
}
};
```

`.intersection(<Geometry>, <Geometry>) => <Geometry>`

`.union(<Geometry>, <Geometry>) => <Geometry>`

`.diff(<Geometry>, <Geometry>) => <Geometry>`

`.xor(<Geometry>, <Geometry>) => <Geometry>`

`<Geometry>`

is GeoJSON `'Polygon'`

or `'MultiPolygon'`

__ coordinates__ structure.

`<Operation>`

is an enum of `{ INTERSECTION: 0, UNION: 1, DIFFERENCE: 2, XOR: 3 }`

in case you have to decide programmatically
which operation do you need```
Hole_Hole
Martinez x 29,530 ops/sec ±1.65% (85 runs sampled)
JSTS x 2,051 ops/sec ±2.62% (85 runs sampled)
- Fastest is Martinez
Asia union
Martinez x 9.19 ops/sec ±3.30% (26 runs sampled)
JSTS x 7.60 ops/sec ±4.24% (23 runs sampled)
- Fastest is Martinez
States clip
Martinez x 227 ops/sec ±1.10% (82 runs sampled)
JSTS x 100 ops/sec ±2.54% (73 runs sampled)
- Fastest is Martinez
```

The algorithm of Martinez et al. was extended to work with multipolygons without cascading.

- A new algorithm for computing Boolean operations on polygons (2008, 2013) by Francisco Martinez, Antonio Jesus Rueda, Francisco Ramon Feito (and its C++ code)

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Copyright (c) 2018 Alexander Milevski

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- homepagehttps://github.com/w8r/martinez
- licenseMIT

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