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Some explanation:
 * worldBounds: The left two numbers are the starting epoch values (usually 0) and the end
two are the maximum values. "minX minY maxX maxY" order. The min and maximums should be
set to the same in the X & Y dimensions. I'm tempted to suggest using a power of two
large enough for your max value, particularly if you experience any small precision problems.
But I'm unaware of problems so you don't have to do this.
+ * worldBounds: The left two numbers are the starting epoch values (usually 0) and the end
two are the maximum values. "minX minY maxX maxY" order. The min and maximums should be
set to the same in the X & Y dimensions. I'm tempted to suggest using a power of two
large enough for your max value, particularly if you experience any small precision problems.
But I'm unaware of problems so you don't have to do this.
 * distErrPct: This use of spatial generally implies precise results, not approximate results.
Setting distErrPct to 0 means no approximation.
+ * distErrPct: This use of spatial generally implies precise results, not approximate results.
Setting distErrPct to 0 means no approximation.
 * maxDistErr: This is basically the smallest indivisible value. This use of spatial should
generally use the integer range to keep things simpler, so use "1".
+ * maxDistErr: This is basically the smallest indivisible value. This use of spatial should
generally use the integer range to keep things simpler, so use "1".
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