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This answer considers the Geocoding API provided by the Google Maps Platform in addressing the question, as this is the API which the author mentioned in the description of the question. Using the Geocoding API requires an API key with the appropriate privileges, and to obtain it, one has to set up a billing account in Google Cloud Console. However, the ...


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if I'm not mistaken, you want to take the coordinates of the drawing and send it to a service after the drawing on the map is finished. If you take a look at the Sketch's events, it is clearly explained how you can do it. Sketch' events For example, using the code below, you can reach the corner coordinates of the drawn polygon after the polygon drawing ...


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Check out ESRI's reverse geocoding api https://geocode.arcgis.com/arcgis/rest/services/World/GeocodeServer/reverseGeocode?<PARAMETERS>


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Option# 1 Marinetraffic.com has an API to reverse geocode based on Marine Borders. For the lat/long example (37.29978035556258,-75.66096298677134) you provided this API returns the following response GET https://services.marinetraffic.com/api/reversegeocode/<YOUR-API-KEY>?protocol=xml&coordinates=37.29978035556258%2C-75.66096298677134 ...


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The thing you are looking for is reverse geocoding. It means, that you want to extract the address from the certain coordinates. I think, this article might be helpful for you: http://www.mkrgeo-blog.com/reverse-geocoding-in-excel-without-loosing-money/ As it bounds all available methods for getting the addresses from coordinates for free. However they're ...


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You can also use the OpenStreetMap Nominatim service, which has a handy JSON api. Edit: You can specify the 'Max Zoom' setting, your issue might be not finding good results at the default zoom level...


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Google's Reverse Geocoding API would be enough, just paste your pair of coordinates there and check the output.


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WMS is a protocol for image data (such as a PNG or JPEG). To directly access a GeoJSON via a URL you can use the Add Vector Layer dialog (Layer -> Add Layer -> Add Vector Layer...). Set the Source Type to Protocol HTTP(S), cloud, etc, Type to HTTP/HTTPS/FTP, and enter your URL. Clicking Add will give you a list of available layers. Alternatively, you ...


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What's changed is the host. Use rest.isric.org instead of rest.soilgrids.org. wget "https://rest.isric.org/soilgrids/v2.0/properties/query?lon=34.5&lat=1.299" returns a big chunk of JSON data which is probably what you want.


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