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Here they are some online tools, standalone software, images repositories and scripts for building globes: GlobeMaker Ready-made gores for Earth PERL script for Gimp Standalone PERL script Tool online per creare i petali USGS Daisy-Petal creator (requires.NET 2.0) (for "flower petals" projection GMT - Generic Mapping Tools for Windows


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It's because your lat long columns are the only ones with a numerical data type. A nice little clue to this is in you table screenshot. Notice how your first 2 columns are right aligned, and all the rest are left aligned. It shows that all the others are strings. Using categorized styling would give you the other columns as options. You'll have to create ...


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You could also use this dataset and a SQL query like: SELECT the_geom_webmercator FROM uk_administrative_regions WHERE geounit ILIKE 'England' OR geounit ILIKE 'Wales' OR geounit ILIKE 'Northern Ireland' Once you have the geometries in a separate dataset, you could proceed with an UNION or a JOIN to attach your data.


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Instead of creating a dataset from the ground up, and thus geocoding your data using the "By Admin. Regions" option. You can download a dataset which contains the info you are interested in. That's something not only for working with CartoDB. This is common for other webmapping application or GIS desktop tool (before you start to read about how to get the ...



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