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Or something like this: You have to make a colored map and export to kmz,and make map transparent.


Discussion in this thread and research in the code permitted to understand the difference between the two bearing calculation algorithms : st_azimuth of Postgis consider the Earth as a spheroid The angle calculation from Google Earth considers the Earth as a perfect sphere. It's a very simple formula : d=acos(sin(lat1)*sin(lat2)+cos(lat1)*cos(lat2)*cos(...


Are your points in Europe? If so, then you've just transposed the coordinates, so try: SELECT degrees(ST_Azimuth( ST_SetSRID(ST_MakePoint(-3.554562, 48.718544), 4326), ST_SetSRID(ST_MakePoint(-2.95284, 48.116875), 4326) )) AS degA_B;


The Answer is that you don't do something like this. Firstly, the data in Google Earth, isn't raw, and has been processed in a variety of ways, and can have locational and radiometric problems. Secondly, and more importantly, the Terms and Conditions of Google Earth, prohibit the usage of data in such a way. You are better off either purchasing such data ...


I used gladinfo gdalinfo input.tif > info_about_info.txt and compared two files; one of which worked in Google Earth while the other threw the Unknown Error. I discovered that the images (who had both one band) had different data types. One featured Float64, the other one Int16. Therefore some gdalwarp to change Float64 to Int16 and that was it. ...


You can append the token to the link with the layers. Example: https://myserver:6443/arcgis/services///MyService/MapServer/KmlServer?Composite=false&compatibilityMode=GoogleEarth&LayerIDs=0&token=THE_TOKEN To generate the token in the first place, you can go to: https://myserver:6443/arcgis/tokens/generateToken This is a bit brittle though. ...

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