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I would not use Google API v2, as it is deprecated: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/v2/v2tov3 For version 3 see https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/shapes Google maps engine will also be deprecated soon: http://www.appgeo.com/blog/life-google-maps-engine-positive-disruption/ Saving your data could always ...


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For license issues OpenLayers does not offers a google maps layers. Here is a sample http://bl.ocks.org/elemoine/e82c7dd4b1d0ef45a9a4 on using OL3 with GMaps. You can find a similar question at: Overlaying Raster image with Google Maps in OpenLayers3


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This just started happening from last couple of days. Also the issue is only with POLYGON drawing and not with RECTANGLE or MARKER. Need help. Ranadhir: Your suggestion doesn't work.


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keep a check before setting the drawingMode to null. if(drawingManager.setDrawingMode()) drawingManager.setDrawingMode(null); That should work.


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Besides Cesium, the following alternatives could be explored for simple globe visualisations: D3js. See for example this demo, that other one, and this tutorial. Kartograph. See this example. Neither plugin nor webGL required. Freedom!


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The issue of the depreciated Earth API is known, and several have suggested Cesium as an alternative. You can read more about it on Google Earth Blog


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I know this post was from a while ago, but we ran into the same problem so we went off and built it as a premium service for our Google Maps enterprise offering. Needless to say it is a paid solution, so I am not going into a marketing pitch on a technical forum. However, this was one of the first posts that I found when I was actually looking fora ...


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1) There's a bit of code you can add to your spreadsheet and run a macro. The instructions are detailed here: https://vilimpoc.org/blog/2013/07/11/google-spreadsheet-geocoding-macro/ 2) CartoDB can pull in a google doc spreadsheet directly from your account, then you can export it back out: 3) Download your Google Drive Spreadsheet to a CSV, then use ...


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It looks fine and the distance is always measured in the units the SRID used defines. For 4326 that would be in angular units. Unless you use geographies like you found out, that is. Read more in the official docs here. Why 100 km is needed for Chicago is up to you and your data. It doesn't sound that much for a huge city and in fact if I check Wikipedia, ...


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You have a few of useful functions in the Google Maps JavaScript API V3 Reference under the google.maps.geometry.spherical namespace, namely computeDistanceBetween computeHeading computeOffset It's not quite possible to complete what you need with just those, but you could try using something from the JSTS library to fill the gap. For example, you could ...



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