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The lines data displayed in the map is in a .js file named gmaps202101.js. You can get a GeoJSON text of all polylines coded in the file. Open Dev Tools Ctrl+Shift+C > Sources Tab > Page Tab. Navigate to eco.mtk.nao.ac.jp > koyomi > koyomix/poclgmap/koyomix > gmaps202101.js file. Copy all content of the file. Go to Snippets tab > New ...


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Here is a solution for your question (but may be the best is ask for the data to the producer). First I searched for the data that is shown in red on the map. If you use chrome you can access dev tools then in the source tab you will find all the files used in the website. Go to folder eco.mtk.nao.ac.jp then folder koyomi then koyomixpoclgmap/koyomix then ...


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A shapefile is not traditionally a web supported format; XML or geojson is what will get returned. Explore the Google Places API. Within the results it will return a latitude/longitude which you could then convert into a point geometry and store in your preferred GIS format.


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You can use .copyProperties(image, ['system:time_start']). An example below shows how to implement this command: var addEVI = function(image) { return image.expression( '2.5 * ((NIR - RED) / (NIR + 6 * RED - 7.5 * BLUE + 1))', { 'NIR': image.select('B5'), 'RED': image.select('B4'), 'BLUE': image.select('B2')}) .rename('EVI') ...


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Your issue is probably related to your ee.FeatureCollection("users/GISSpecialist/tza"). I tried your script out with two different FeatureCollection in my assets without any error. As follows, you can observe your script with only two modifications and FeatureCollection in Churachandpur (India). var region = ee.FeatureCollection("users/...


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rasterio 1.1.8 now depends on certifi: - If the certifi package can be imported, its certificate store location will be passed to GDAL during import of rasterio._env unless CURL_CA_BUNDLE is already set (#2009). So updating rasterio should fix your CURL error: error setting certificate problem. If you can't update, but you can install certifi, you ...


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You get that error message because you try to display an undefined variable on the map: your variable "trainingPts" isn't yet defined on line 40. Try moving it down to below line 64: var trainingPts = traininpoints.merge(Non_cropland); // Display training points Map.addLayer(trainingPts, {color: 'red'}, 'trainingPts'); print(trainingPts, "...


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Unfortunately, ASTER dem is not a temporal dataset, meaning it also has a set temporal resolution. These dems are created using imagery spanning a long time. The latest version of aster dem (ASTGTM) used imagery from March of 2000 to November of 2013 and it combined all the data, meaning that you can't split it by filtering in GEE


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Add this link as a XYZ Tiles layer: https://mts2.google.com/mapslt?lyrs%3Dsvv%26x%3D{x}%26y%3D{y}%26z%3D{z}%26w%3D256%26h%3D256%26hl%3Den&style%3D40,18


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