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A good place to start would be https://overpass-turbo.eu/. You can query the restaurants for a specific city or bounding box and extract a CSV or GeoJSON file based on OpenStreetMap data. It has a query wizard you can use to build queries. For example, here is a query for all the restaurants in Honolulu: /* This has been generated by the overpass-turbo ...


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You can import excel to ArcMap. Just add the data as usual using the add data button in the toolbar and select the sheet with the data. Then, right click the table in the Table of Contents and click 'Display XY Data..' and select the appropriate X field, Y field, and Z. Also, this would be when you would enter the coordinate system (generally this is WGS84 ...


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You can add a property to all the features of each collection that designates where the reduction came from. Here, I .set() a column name called 'variable' to each feature in both feature collections. For sstHS_region features, I set the variable name as 'sstHS' and for the salHS_region features I set the variable name as 'salHS'. sstHS_region = ...


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GeoJSON is well supported by OpenLayers and is very efficient for parsing by JavaScript. The circle rendering problem can be solved by changing the geometry as features are loaded. source.on('addfeature', function(event) { var geometry = event.feature.getGeometry(); var radius = event.feature.get('radius'); if (geometry.getType() == 'Point' && ...


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