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It's very straightforward. Just use the following link, changing the latitude and longitude for yours. The z is the zoom index, you can play with it to get where you want. http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&hq=&ll=35.028028,-106.536655&z=13 I got this information by clicking on the "Link" button in the right hand corner above a map. This will also ...


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Well, after discovering that the starred locations are also mirrored on Google Bookmarks, I wrote a Python script to scrape the coordinates and generate a KML file: Export Google Maps starred locations Go to Google Bookmarks: https://www.google.com/bookmarks/ On the bottom left, click "Export bookmarks": ...


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It's a bit hard, but a workaround that seems to do the trick: Go to Google Maps - My places: http://maps.google.at/maps/myplaces CREATE NEW MAP, name its title "Starred Items to export", set it to [x] Unlisted, Done Click on My places again to get back to the places list, select Starred For each starred item do the following: Click on the starred item, ...


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Easiest process was to go to Google Bookmarks, copy each of the starred items, and paste it to a note or Word doc. Log out of the Google account and log into the new Google account. Go to Google Maps. Paste each link from your doc into Google maps one by one and star each item as you go. Took me 5 minutes to do the 20 or so that I had. Very easy.


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WikiMiniAtlas developer here. Replace the | between 2000 and region with a _ {{coord|35|37|N|139|50|E|display=title|dim:2000_region:JP_type:city_source:GNS-enwiki}} That should work.


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From Google's help, they say simply share/keep the entire URL. Of course, you could use a url shortening service, but give this a rip to see if it takes you from Golden, CO to Taos Ski Valley, NM: ...


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Let's Meet in the Middle provides this functionality. It has categories for restaurants and shopping areas that are located in the middle of a list of addresses you provide. It seems to use the Google API, so the information should be reasonably up-to-date.


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See this thread on plotting map points from excel entries. This should allow you to take addresses from a file (eg spreadsheet) and plot them on a map. http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/maps/baw9A5LuS3o http://batchgeo.com/ is an example from this list, it allows you to paste address-related cells to plot.


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as mentioned above, the link has to contain coordinates but can also contain description: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=description+(name)+%4046.090271,6.657248 In case you need to place multiple markers on the map, you will have to use some of the online tools, for example http://www.hamstermap.com and then choose QUICK MAP.


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Here's how I do it. Install Google Maps Lab 's LatLng Marker for your Google Maps account Search for a place & use Drop LatLng Marker to any location you want. Click on the marker and copy the longtitude+latitude. (Here's a very good post on how to do this.) Create the shared link by pasting the text as below ...


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You can export the route in Bing Maps as a KML file & import that KML file into Google Maps. In Bing Maps, add the selected location to a Collection. The "Add to collection" link appears below any location you choose. From the Collection menu on the right, click on "Open your collections" to view the Collections Editor which has an Actions dropdown. ...


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Seeing that there's no convinient way of doing this provided by Google, I've created a tiny online app for export of your starred locations: http://gexport.somee.com/ It's very primitive, but it does the job. (credits to endolith for the idea of implementation).


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This isn't currently possible, consider contacting Trello to get it on the development board https://trello.com/board/trello-development/4d5ea62fd76aa1136000000c


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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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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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Just added: Once you've got your directions set, click the "Gear" icon at the bottom of the page. Select "Share and embed map". On the resulting window, you can take the URL as-is, or click the "Short URL" check box to get a shortened URL (obviously), like so: https://goo.gl/maps/NCVIl Note that it has a "maps" subdirectory, which makes it different from ...


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This site uses Leaflet which is an open source JS Library for interactive maps. http://leafletjs.com/ Looks like they've combined it with jQuery, but you could just as easily use a different JS Framework like Angular or KnockOut. You could probably get Google Maps, using their API, to do something similar with some kind of customized layer.


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Well I did try all kinds of searches before asking here and came up with nothing. But I kept trying more searches after asking and I think I found exactly what I wanted, in fact the second kind I asked for: batchgeo Here's their input screen: And here's the map I made with it for an answer on another Stack Exchange site:


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Altitude is elevation above sea level. You can use the Google Elevation API to integrate this information into a map. What Can You Do With the Elevation API? The Elevation API provides elevation data for all locations on the surface of the earth, including depth locations on the ocean floor (which return negative values). In those cases where Google ...


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W|A can evaluate some "arithmetic expressions" composed of property values of multiple entities. Some examples include Portugal / China area NYC + Chicago population Obama - Mao Zedong height (earth population / moon surface area ) To compare same property of two entities, doing division and/or subtraction seem the way to go.


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It's not possible to do this (from Google maps, at least).


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You can create a custom map in Google Maps to accomplish this. You have the option of plotting points or using polygons to display map information. How to create a custom Google map Example: Custom Google Map using polygons Updated response: Perhaps a feed from Google Docs would better suit your needs. Creating dynamic client-side maps with Google ...


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You are looking at essentially a geoocation API. one is yahoo place finder here is the output from one of the examples: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <ResultSet version="1.0"> <Error>0</Error> <ErrorMessage>No error</ErrorMessage> <Locale>us_US</Locale> <Quality>87</Quality> ...


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I figured out a way to export your starred locations. Go to your account settings Click on the section titled "Data Tools" Click Select data to download "Create an Archive" Check "Bookmarks" "Create Archive" Download and you're done! You'll get an HTML file with all the locations as addresses that are linked to the Google Maps.


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Try this (it will definitely work with a pointer to your location on map): http://maps.google.com/maps?q=39.211374,-82.978277+(My+Point)&z=14&ll=39.211374,-82.978277


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To add a marker to a map, you can use the My Maps feature of Google Maps. Follow the instructions in the link above to use My Maps. Add a marker for the location that you're interested in sharing, then click the Link button in the upper-right corner; that link can be used to bring someone directly to that location and will include the marker you placed ...



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