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The Google Maps API has a custom map tiles feature.


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Click on "Powered by Google" logo which is located on the lower left corner of that map. It will take you to the original Google map.


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I was able to import a "my places" map to mapsengine as of late August (maybe they didn't have the feature before). Make a new map. click "import" under untitled layer select "my maps" all your "my places" maps will be listed and you select the map you want to import


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I believe that Google Map's "My Places" feature can do all these things for you. I do something quite similar myself. Relevant functionality It's free It copes with many more than 31 destinations (I've got a map with 200 places marked, for example) Showing destinations You could create a named map for each year, for example "My trips 2011" etc You can ...


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You could try MyGuestmap: http://www.mapservices.org/myguestmap I don't use it myself, though, so I can't comment on its quality.


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Google has a lab feature to use their maps offline, if you have an Android device. Download map area (...) But what if you don’t have a data signal, or you’re abroad and don’t have a data plan? We say that if you use Google Maps for mobile, you’ll never need to carry a paper map again. The “Download map area” lab in Google Maps 5.7 for Android is a ...


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Another nice tool is http://www.mapmytrips.com It is particularly good if you store trip photos in Picasa. And there is a page which would list all your trips.


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We have a mapping tool on Travellerspoint that does pretty much exactly what you would want. It is built on top of Google Maps and allows you to quickly map out all your trips individually, and have a map shown with them all on there with lines between the markers. We also show stats of all your trips on pages like this one. There's a lot of other ...


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You might want to have a look at Travel Pod. My brother uses it to show the routes for his cycling trips: http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog/jnewcomb/cycletour-2005/tpod.html It allows you to keep a kind of diary where you can specify where you are on a daily bases, upload a few photos and write a journal. Your locations are plotted on a Google map in ...


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You can upload data from a speadsheet to Google Fusion Tables and there's examples to get started. Also try searching the google group for specific tips on creating a heat map.


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Maybe you could try OpenStreetMap. As the name implies, it's open and you are allowed to do much more with the data and maps than some other map providers. I've never done anything with it like you are trying, but it might be worth a look.


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you could use any svg vektor based map, supported by modern browsers, and scalable in size, it can be edited in inkscape (xml) to contain your dynamic data, and setting hover states, but not sure on actual href clicks...


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Check the Map Charts & Geomap chart types from the Google Chart Tools collection


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Did you have a look at this page http://www.41latitude.com/post/1268734799/google-styled-maps Hope it helps? DS


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Here it is how to extract map from Google Maps: Type your post code in the Google search engine (this will bring your map up), click once on the map, this will change the window appearance a bit then click the little printer icon (this will open a new window). Now make sure you see the whole map you are interested in the screen, adjust it to your need ...


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You can use Google Map Saver, which can output sizes up to 12000 x 12000 pixels in a variety of image formats.



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