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Matej, Thats because Google API allow to pull up to 2.5k per day. About the Geo solution, batch is not yet found to be supported that's because from my review of the geo python code it's seems to open connection every time he request a new cordinate, 300k will probably stuck forever (probably with error 400). Play with Poligons should do the trick but it's ...


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First of all, clarification is in order for ZIP codes. They are NOT boundaries or polygons. ZIP codes are service routes that are correctly represented as points or as sides of a street in a GIS context. If you are interested in using Mappperz links, I would supplement his recommendations with a page that talks about what ZCTAs are and how they are created ...


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i faced somehow the same problem. For me that worked. instead of EPSG:4326 in my project i used EPSG:28993. mapOptions = {projection:"EPSG:900913",displayProjection: new OpenLayers.Projection("EPSG:4326")}; map = new OpenLayers.Map(mapOptions); googleBaseMap = new OpenLayers.Layer.Google("Google Satellite", {'type' : google.maps.MapTypeId.HYBRID}); ...


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Yes! This is a free service, returns geojson from zipcodes: https://www.mashape.com/vanitysoft/boundaries-io you can include multiple zipcodes,cities,states.


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here is a simple API for that: for zip code queries.. http://api.reaperfire.com/reaperfire/rest/v1/public/boundary?zipcode=20002,20001&format=geojson returns all geoJson Boundaries,zipcode(s) for a state: http://api.reaperfire.com/reaperfire/rest/v1/public/boundary?city=Washington&format=geojson check out the googlemap integration of the above two ...


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This probably isn't the type of answer that you are looking for, but I'll try to give a general answer on how one could do this. If we break down your problem into smaller tasks, then the first thing that you need to do, is to get the point that the user clicks on. There is an sample on the OpenLayers site that shows exactly how to get this done. Click ...


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Another source for google may be Zonum. Here you can generate points with elevation data and then generate interpolated surface. For USA you may try National Map Viewer If you want to develop google api app yourself just modify the following file with your Google Map Api Key see image -- and save the file as html and open in browser that's all. ...


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If the root of this question is to avoid the margin used by Google Map API's fitBounds() function then I suggest to look at Google Maps V3 - How to calculate the zoom level for a given bounds question on StackOverflow. It gives you a function to directly calculate the zoom level you need to use to fit the given bounds into the visible area of the map. This ...


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The Google Elevation API is not accurate enough at a Building level. You can test it out by using going to http://www.daftlogic.com/sandbox-google-maps-find-altitude.htm Just search for 1 World Trade Center, New York, NY 10007 and then click around, and you'll see that the heights that you get aren't really for the top of a building


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Alternatively, a DEM with global coverage that might suit you is the SRTM 1 second DEM. This was recently released and has a resolution of about 30 metres. Read about it at http://www2.jpl.nasa.gov/srtm/ and download load it (free) at http://earthexplorer.usgs.gov/.


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The MapTiler (http://www.maptiler.com/) can be used to turn any GeoTIFF or an image with world file into a Google Maps overlay or into standalone web viewer with OpenLayers. You just have to drag&drop the file into MapTiler and choose what sort of tiles you want to generate (if standard Mercator tiles a la Google Maps or tiles in local coordinate system ...


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You can use Maps.Me. This does not use Google Maps, instead it is based on OpenStreetMap. It allows downloading maps to use offline - you can download a complete country or state at once. You can add "Bookmarks" on the map for places you are interested in. You can import a KML file as bookmarks. ie email the KML to your phone, then open the file in Maps.Me. ...


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Some other numbers on the z-indexes, shown elsewhere, worked on my end. Cross-posting from here: https://gist.github.com/crofty/2197042#comment-1234339 .leaflet-google-layer{ z-index: 0 !important; } .leaflet-map-pane{ z-index: 100; } (put this in your webpage's CSS or <style> section )


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One alternative would be to enable geolocation in your phones camera app and snap pictures where you would like to drop a point. You could then create points from the the coordinates that you would like to mark from Lat/Long (exif data) in your photos at a later time using Google Earth and export to .kml.


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You can download a portion of Google Maps onto your Android phone by zooming to the area that you want to save and then in the search menu type "Ok maps" without the quotation marks. This will save a copy to your phone. Remember to be on WiFi when doing this, as a significant amount of data will be downloaded. Furthermore, no route-planning will be available ...


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According to http://epsg.io/3857 , google & OSM use EPSG:3857. From memory, http://epsg.io/4326 is more an old standard.



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