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I don't know about linking to info-windows, but you can use an SQL statement that retrieves attributes from your table to write them to HTML in some off-map location on your site or the other site. If you give each parcel list item "id='[cartodb_id]'", it might look something like: var sql = cartodb.SQL({ user: 'username' }); ...


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This is because csc.noaa.gov lidar files are stored with the .laz file format extension. It is a compressed version for .las extension. Read this* article to know more about compressed las files (.laz). In order to correctly visualize these types of files, you need to retransform them from .laz to .las. Use the open-source LiDAR compressor LASzip to ...



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