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Eventually, I was able to import the POIs into OSMAnd as GPX format. However, it was necessary to enable the GPX_USE_EXTENSIONS when exporting it in QGIS in order to allow OSMAnd to import the string attributes properly.


I think you should try to export to GPX (GPS eXchange) Format. Check this: Importing GPX in OSMAnd.


Ok, @Mathieu's answer is heading in the right direction, but I'll expand it with the code: (I made some comments in the code) var point = ee.Geometry.Point([13.93, -14.51]); // function to extract the bits info out of QA60 band var extractQABits = function (qaBand, bitStart, bitEnd) { var numBits = bitEnd - bitStart + 1; var qaBits = qaBand.rightShift(...


keep all of them in the collection and then use the QA60 band to mask cloudy pixel out. It's not perfect but usually a good start. Whatever reduction you do later, a masked pixel would not affect the result.


You can't. Google does not let developers to control the amount of POIs being shown, and does not let developers download POI sets. Furthermore, each GMaps user will see more or less POIs depending on their own search history. (And this is your periodic reminder that using GMaps' tiles goes against Big G's terms of service; and that's why GoogleMutant ...

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