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There are two settings that have to be right for the globe mode to work. First setting is Chrome browser hardware acceleration setting: Settings > Advanced > System > Use hardware acceleration when available > On Second setting is globe mode in Google Maps: Move mouse over Layers selection icon in the lower left corner: Click on More: Enable ...


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You might want to look at https://getgeodb.com which is hosted services for CartoDB


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Correct coordinates in decimal degrees (DD) are: 52.519933 -1.8295 The format you provided is Degrees Decimal Minutes (DDM) - see here to convert: https://www.pgc.umn.edu/apps/convert/. Longitude is 1 49.770 west (as you know that Birmingham is west of Greenwich meridian), thus negative values - be sure to get that right.


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I know it's been over a year but in case someone is still wondering, you can also try this github repo that worked for me: https://github.com/thewati/ExtractSatelliteImagesFromCSV


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This link: https://www.chipoglesby.com/2018/03/2018-analyzing-google-location-historyII/ explains that the coordinates are lat-long * 1E7 (hence the "E7" designation). From that web page: We can also easily convert latitudeE7 and longitudeE7 by dividing by 1e7. 481265044/1e7 becomes 48.1265044 and 116593258/1e7 is 11.6593258 giving us the ...


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