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You can use some tools that ArcGIS for Desktop offers to run cost analysis. I would find the target area, build a cost raster based on the inputs that you deem to be important (slope, relief, land use, etc.) with self assigned values (creating your own cost for each of those in separate rasters). Once each raster is made with cost values, you can use the ...


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This could be caused by a known issue due to the length of the request, which is limited by those browsers. In order to avoid this issue, you could: Try reducing the CartoCSS code or the number of elements filtered in the zipcodes. Try using several layers instead of sublayers: this way the request of the layergroup will be shorter I think this last ...


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Unfortunately, the time of day at which the daily quota for a service is reset varies between customers and for each API, and can change over time. Therefore there is not a sure way to know when the reset will happen. That was taken from the Usage Limits for Google Maps API Web Services website. I would imagine that you can call or email them to find out ...


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@Cameron Sloan Number 3 will be difficult for any application to accomplish because this is a data problem. Google has access to volumes of Digital Globe imagery (among other sources) which allows for historic imagery comparisons. ESRI and other vendors do not have access to such data similiar to the scale of Google.


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After doing some more searching, it looks like there could be an issue with how Firefox is trying to read your scripts. In the HTML header be sure to include: <!DOCTYPE html> <meta charset="utf-8"> I know that denoting HTML5 and utf-8 is a little bit of overkill but my only guess is that there may be some form of characters that could be ...


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ArcGIS is coming out with ArcGIS Earth in December. They are announcing it this week and I am sure that the beta will be out soon. Since ArcGIS API supports all that you listed (even 3D in the 4.0 Beta API) there shouldn't be any of the criteria mentioned that ArcGIS Earth won't cover. I will update this answer when I get more information.


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Kiks73, I've been using TerraExplorer by Skyline Software Systems (http://skylinesoft.com/skylineglobe/corporate/products/terraexplorer.aspx?) for years at my client site and TE is the closest application I've seen as a one-to-one replacement for GE. TE can handle your list of items (except for #3) out of the box and TE's API is also open. Let me know if ...


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If you want to do it with PHP - MySQL here is a solution that worked for me: <script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"> var customIcons = { restaurant: { icon: 'http://labs.google.com/ridefinder/images/mm_20_blue.png', shadow: 'http://labs.google.com/ridefinder/images/mm_20_shadow.png' }, bar: { ...


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Ok, a really friendly api is leaflet. Its really easy to learn, has lots of plugins, including showing chart on maps plugins (check out DataViz plugins) So, if i were you i would check Leaflet first.


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I primarily work with KML Layers to display any features/information on Google Maps (and Google Earth). I have had better success with the API recognizing them over its own markers. I use ArcGIS to create them, using the Layer to KML tool, and they will take on any symbology/pop up info that you have displayed with them upon conversion. So once they are how ...


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Ok found the solution! Was using older version of cartodb. As per @cge comments in Dynamic rendering on a layer with a long SQL query


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Google Maps natively supports KML layers, you simply need to create a new google maps kml layer. Here's an example. As a side note, using Google Earth you can view your kml by simply dragging and dropping the file onto the globe.



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