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Try layering the TOC something like this (disregarding the label layers) and then use Map to KML: Districts: empty fill, white lines 1pt Constituencies: empty file, black lines 2pt Full Area (run dissolve tool on one of the above layers): red fill, blue outline 3pt It's especially useful to have separate layers because you can toggle them in GE. If you ...


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The sidebar in Google Earth lets you use the mouse to drag/drop items like polygons. You should be able to click & hold on one of your Untitled Polygons, move the mouse pointer up to the desired location in your My Places, and then release the mouse button to "drop" the polygon into that new location. In future, first select the folder where you want ...


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The Google Elevation API can give you the elevation at any point on earth, so you can iterate across your polyline and get the elevation of each point: https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/elevation/json?locations=39.7391536,-104.9847034|36.455556,-116.866667 : { "results" : [ { "elevation" : 1608.637939453125, "location" : { ...


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If you download the shapefile you will have what is necessasry to get started. The full file (all of the world) is around 2.9GB. The each feature (protected area) has attribute information about name, protected area type (ICUN standard), country code and more. From here on you can do things two ways: Use a desktop tool to produce a kml-file which you ...


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What about ArcGIS Explorer ? Here is for you to check it out http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/explorer or at least there is the list http://alternativeto.net/software/google-earth/


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If your main reason for looking for another software is adding shapefiles, then you can actually stick with Google and use Google Earth Pro. Google Earth Pro is able to load shapefiles, and as of January 2015 you can get it for free. All you need to do is get a key, and then you can download the program. You can look into its functionality and decide ...


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There is no 64bit version for Windows as Google Earth Pro (default) installs into C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Google Earth Pro even on a 64 Operating System Side Note There are options for Linux 64bit Operating Systems but the software this is just for the operating system structure not the application (still 32bit) The give away when install is ...


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1- Define a polygon on Google Earth and save it as .kml 2- Open QGIS. Use ( Add vector layer ) on the left and choose the kml file. 3- Vector > openStreetMap > Download Data 4- Choose the kml file and don't forget to name the output file. Press OK. 5- Now again, use ( Add Vector Layer ) on the left and choose the output file you just saved ( it is an ...


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Ogr2ogr easily handle your data but shapefile format does not. Ogrinfo reveals that your data contains one geometry which is of type Geometrycollection. Collection is made by combining one linestring and one point. GEOMETRYCOLLECTION ( LINESTRING ( 120.9954464 6.040449 0, 120.9953874 6.0402356 0, 120.9957951 6.0401396 0, ...



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