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QMS is certainly installable using Ubuntu 14.04 and QGIS 2.14.1 so I suspect your issue is the age of your QGIS install if it really is 2.0.


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I ran my KML through an XML validator, and it brought to my attention an extra closing tag somewhere. I fixed my program and now it uploads. Basically, the answer was: My program was broken. My apologies. Thank you all for your help.


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Technically it is possible to write a bot for getting those information, but sooner or later you will either hit a legal issue or a query limit (cf. Section C of 118118 terms on bulk downloads). For bulk operations I would recommend setting up your own instance of the OpenStreetMap server with Overpass API, where you can find the necessary information. ...


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If you are looking for a KML viewer you can use ArcGIS Earth. It will give you the same look and feel as Google Earth but without knowing exactly what you data you are trying to display or the source and format of the data its hard to help you.


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If you're looking to simply display information, Google Maps can work well. Google My Maps can actually directly load shapefiles. Your table will be displayed differently however, so don't expect the same functionality. All of your fields will be condensed into a single column with every field contained in each row. You can export as a KML, which is not ...


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Be careful with the resolution (ppp) of your composition. the WMS, or another web maps service no OGC, have a limit of resolution, 96 dpi, 120 dpi or similar. Try to down this parameter.


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I hope this sums up the question: Google does not lable polygons but it does lable points. In order to have a label in google earth for the Points you need to fill the column name (of your attribute table in qgis) you want into the NameField in the save as menue from the layer within qgis.


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I think you are trying to follow http://amunategui.github.io/ggmap-example/. The file you download contains data by zip code, but no coordinates. In the example, a zip code decoder from R was used, alternatively http://federalgovernmentzipcodes.us/free-zipcode-database-Primary.csv can be used, which contains lon and lat degrees values. I'm not sure where ...


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Just tossing this in as part of the discussion on tiles, cached tiles, georeferencing, etc. Tiling schemes from what I know don't use an XY georeferencing system per se... For example, when you load the ESRI basemap into QGIS, it will create a tile stache folder structure like this: When viewing the top level images, you have requested the tiles, and ...


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Disclaimer: I work for iGeolise (creators of the API). Without sending a lot of API calls to the Google API this will be difficult to do. You can use the TravelTime platform API to create drive time polygons on a map. I've attached an example of 2 hour drive time from Central London (we used Leaflet for the map, but it can be applied to any map) Depending ...



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