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Drawing Polygons in Google MyMaps
 
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Views: 4026 Tara Linney
ArcMap 10: How to edit a polygon using the Editor and Snapping toolbar
 
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In this video, we examine how to edit a polygon using the Vancouver Open Data. Learn how to tweak your polygon data. When you leave the editing session, don't forget to save. You may find this useful for making "pretty" maps, especially when your stream datasets do not actually represent the actual conditions. The Noise control areas and Local area boundary data package was attained from the Vancouver Open Data. For Open Data Access: http://vancouver.ca/your-government/open-data-catalogue.aspx Terms of Use: http://vancouver.ca/your-government/terms-of-use.aspx Visit twitter feed for more information: https://twitter.com/TeachuGis
Views: 37773 TeachuGis
Google Maps Android API v2 example: Draw Polygon on GoogleMap
 
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how to program it: http://android-er.blogspot.com/2013/01/google-maps-android-api-v2-example-draw.html --- Draw Circle on GoogleMap: http://android-er.blogspot.com/2013/02/draw-circle-on-googlemap.html
Views: 11106 Andr.oid Eric
Google Maps: Menu Options
 
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This video demonstrates most of the options available to you through the main menu of Google Maps. This includes features like adjusting the map view, notification settings, sharing or not sharing your location, sharing or embedding a map, printing and finding more information about using Google Maps.
Views: 32 Tools Vis
How to Create REALISTIC Materials
 
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In this video, I show you how to create realistic materials in Vray 3.4 for Sketchup. I used Poliigon materials, you can get them from the LINKS section below! 00:58 - 01. How to add a diffuse map 01:49 - 02. How to add a bump or normal map 03:52 - 03. How to add a displacement map 05:14 - 04. How to add a reflection or specular map ➫Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2ddAwd2 ➫Last video: https://goo.gl/RHFE4E ❐ GET CONNECTED❏ ➫ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/archinspirations ➫ Website: http://www.archinspirations.com/ ➫ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArchInspirations ➫ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/architecture_inspirations ➫ Twitter: https://twitter.com/arch_inspire ➫ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thegentleminh ❐ LINKS❏ ------------------------------------------ Vray 3.4 for Sketchup ➫ https://www.chaosgroup.com/vray/sketchup MATERIALS Poliigon ➫ https://www.poliigon.com/ Vizpeople Wood Floor ➫ https://www.viz-people.com/portfolio/... Textures.com 3D Scans ➫ https://www.textures.com/browse/3d-sc... VIDEOS What is a Bump Map? ➫ https://youtu.be/D7uK4WWW-Rk What is a Normal Map? ➫ https://youtu.be/yHzIx41eiD4 What is a Displacement Map? ➫ https://youtu.be/EWTEJZqGLK0 ❐ COMPUTER SPECS❏ ------------------------------------------ ➫ https://www.archinspirations.com/setup/ ❐ MUSIC ❏ ------------------------------------------ Background: Alan Walker - Fade [NCS Release] • https://youtu.be/bM7SZ5SBzyY Alan Walker • https://soundcloud.com/alanwalker Disfigure - Blank [NCS Release] • https://youtu.be/p7ZsBPK656s Disfigure • https://soundcloud.com/disfigureofficial Outro: Levianth & Axol - Remember (feat. The Tech Thieves) [NCS Release] • https://youtu.be/2DGxm1csQQM Levianth • https://soundcloud.com/levianth • https://www.facebook.com/Levianth/ • https://twitter.com/LevianthMusic Axol • https://soundcloud.com/axol_music • https://www.facebook.com/axolmusic • https://twitter.com/AxolMusic DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!
How to Use MapBox Editor
 
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Please note that Mapbox Editor is no longer supported and has transitioned to Mapbox Studio which is WAY more difficult to use!! Sooooo please visit my post on some map plugin options for WordPress https://www.evolv.com/website-tips/custom-web-maps-portfolio/ and feel free to sign up for our $300 custom Map Package.
Views: 43300 Evolv LLC
Google Maps on Android: How to draw a polygon
 
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In this video, I will show you how to draw your own map on Google Maps for android. Thanks to +Ganrsh Cad's question, we would like to further clarify this video shows a feature in Google Maps accessible from a mobile browser. This video demonstration is completed using Chrome Browser for Android. There are a few secrets to get this right, watch to learn. As a special treat, we made this video using Justin Bieber's home town Stratford. Thanks for watching!
Views: 6629 TeachuGis
Chapter 7 - Background Maps and Map Options
 
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Tableau 9: The Official Guide - TableauBook.com
Views: 842 AblazeGroupBI
Google Earth Image Overlay in AutoCAD
 
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In this Video, I will demonstrate how to add a google earth image into AutoCAD using your project coordinate system. There was an option to import google earth image to Civil3D, however, those options were only available up to 2012 version of Civil 3D. Civil3d has the geolocation tab to insert aerial maps, this command uses map imagery from Bing maps. Bing maps are sometimes not updated like google earth, which we often need for Civil 3D or Map. The method I’m sharing here is very simple and you just need normal AutoCAD and Google earth or Google Earth Pro (which will provide a better quality image). Automatic Sheet Layout creating Lisp program: https://youtu.be/SY6Y2g5YwE0 Click the Below link for more useful Tips and Tricks. https://goo.gl/DCR3Ld Please LIKE this video and Subscribe my Chanel. Thank you, Blaine, for motivating me to create this channel and for all the support. Please Watch below Interesting Civil Engineering Project work in progress videos. https://goo.gl/zcFyKt https://goo.gl/yMKa1b
Views: 202699 CAD MAN
Drawing Polygons in DrillingInfo to Monitor Areas of Interest.avi
 
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This tutorial shows you how to draw a polygon on a map and then monitor oil and gas activity through that polygon. http://info.drillinginfo.com/
Views: 339 Ben Kelton
How to use PBR maps in Blender 2.79
 
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Blender tutorial showing you what to do with all those normal, displacement, diffuse and glossy maps, using the new Principled Shader in Blender 2.79. Wood floor material: https://www.poliigon.com/texture/2197 Blender Guru Principled Shader tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4H5W6C_Mbck
Views: 187728 Poliigon
MODO | Polygon Bevel: Max Smoothing Angle and Use Vertex Normal Map
 
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This video is a quick introduction to the Max Smoothing Angle and Use Vertex Normal Map options for the Polygon Bevel tool in MODO, which add additional control when beveling polygons.
Views: 1500 pixelfondue
How to calculate and display centroids of polygons in ArcGIS 10
 
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This video demonstrates how to calculate and display centroids of polygons in ArcGIS 10. With respect to the values generated in the video, our negative longitude values (X values) are approximately 110 to 120 degrees east of the Prime Meridian, which runs through Greenwich, England. Shanghai has latitude/longitude coordinates of 31.2 degrees North, and 121.5 degree East, so relative to the polygons exhibited when I first opened the attribute table and selected a few features, these centroid calculations are right on track. For a nice table summarizing the qualitative scale at which a decimal degree measurement can be correctly identified, see the following Wikipedia entry for decimal degrees. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decimal_degrees A summary of steps to calculate and display centroids as presented in the video: 0. Load a shapefile with polygon features as an active layer by right clicking on "Layers" in the "Table of Contents" pane and selecting "Add Data" 1. Open the attribute table for the shapefile that you've loaded as a layer by right clicking the layer name and selecting "Open Attribute Table". 2. Click the "Table Options" menu button in the top left corner of the attribute table window that was opened in Step 1, and choose "Add Field". 3. For the name of the field, type "centx" to represent the X coordinate of the centroid. Select the "Type" as "Double". Click "OK". 4. Repeat Step 2 and Step 3, but make the field name "centy" to represent the Y coordinate of the centroid. Select the "Type" as "Double", and click "OK". 5. In the Attribute Table, right click on the field header "centx" and select "Calculate Geometry". 6. For the property to be calculated, select "X Coordinate of Centroid", and select "Decimal Degrees" as the units, whatever unit you desire for your given projection. Click "OK". 7. Repeat Step 5 and Step 6, but choose the field "centy" on which to calculate geometry, and select "Y Coordinate of the Centroid" as the property to be calculated. 8. Click the top left "Table Options" menu button in the attribute table, and select "Export". Select "All Records" for the export, and click the folder icon next to the output table path to specify the type of file to be save. The format used in the video was "dBASE Table". 9. When asked if you'd like to add the new table to the current map, select "Yes". 10. Right click on the newly added table, and select "Display XY Data". 11. In the "Display XY Data" dialog box that appears, choose "centx" as the X Field and "centy" as the Y Field. Click "OK" when complete. 12. The centroids should now be drawn in a temporary event layer. If they are not drawn, make sure the layer is active with the box next to the event layer checked. 13. To save the collection of centroids as a shapefile, right click on the name of the temporary event layer and select "Data" then "Export Data". Make sure that "All features" are select under the Export drop down menu. Click "OK", and your centroids are now saved as a shapefile to your specified path.
Views: 14509 Thomas Johnson
QGIS 2.8 Auto-Complete Polygon
 
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Tutorial how to autocomplete polygons like in arcgis Settings .:. Snapping Options .:. Snapping Mode .:. Advanced .:. Check Avoid intersections.
Views: 11317 Gabriel Hajas
Yanai Polygon Map Search for IDX Broker
 
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https://realtycandy.com/ Showing how to setup the different "clustering" options for IDXBroker Polygon search on maps.
Views: 13 RealtyCandy
4. Drawing Shapes #1 - Rectangles, Circles in Google Maps (v3)
 
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Learn how to draw shapes in maps using Google Maps API. In this video we will create rectangles and circles, customize them and add event listeners. For more videos, visit http://www.JTechniques.com
Views: 38963 JTechniques
Smoothing Polygons and Transferring Maps in Maya
 
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In this second of 2 videos, Adam Garland shows how to create a high-res polygon mesh from a lower-res version using the Mesh Smooth feature, use the Quad Draw tool to add sculpted detail, then reduce this mesh back to low-res. He also covers how to transfer maps from one mesh to another using the Transfer Maps window.
Custom Styling on Map Shapes - Geocasts
 
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Read the Google Maps APIs documentation: https://goo.gl/MXmLqP Watch the Custom Styling video here: https://goo.gl/r8JJ6P In this Geocast, Laurence will introduce you to how you can do custom styling on map shapes from lines to polygons and beyond. You'll also see how to attach events to map shapes! Subscribe to the Google Developers Channel for more Geocasts videos: http://goo.gl/mQyv5L
Views: 12617 Google Developers
Flight Plan For DJI - Polygon (Maps and Surveys)
 
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This is a video demo of the last set of flight tests for polygon support. Documentation: http://flightplan.beyondthecube.ca/dji App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dji-phantom-flight-3/id1076425143?ls=1&mt=8
Views: 2805 Be Raaad
Drawing lines and shapes in Google Maps
 
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Make areas on a custom map stand out with lines and shapes. Change the color, line width, and transparency to organize and present information on your map.
Views: 152603 Google Maps
How to Tableau Maps with Multiple Layers
 
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Your First Map | Scribble Maps Video Training Series
 
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New to Scribble Maps? This video will show you what you need in order to publish your very first map. Video Transcript: Welcome to Scribble Maps! In this quick video , we’re going to cover how to make your first custom map. You have so many options to choose from, but let’s start with the Draw Tool. This gives you the freedom to scribble or sketch on the map. Once you’re satisfied with your map, it’s time to save it. Click on Menu button in the top left of the screen. Then click on Save Map. In the Save Map dialogue box you will find your Map ID. This is your map’s custom, randomly generated, case sensitive ID. You can create your own ID, just so long as no one else is using it. To make changes to a map, or another user’s map you need the map password. You can assign a password to your map here. Add a title and description to your Scribble Map. You have three options to save your map: The default for the basic account is a public Scribble Map. A Private Map is an unlisted map, that doesn’t appear in our public map directory, and a Secure Map is unlisted and is password protected. These advanced features require an account upgrade. Click auto-save so that you don’t lose any progress on your map as you work on it. When you’re ready, click on “Save Map”. Auto-saving does not begin until the map is saved for the first time. This will take you to the Map Saved dialogue box. Here you’ll find your Map ID, share and edit links, as well a downloadable Image Link of your custom map for your blog. As an Upgraded User you can save a higher resolution image of your saved map. You can also save your Scribble Map as a downloadable PDF, share it with your friends and colleagues through Facebook, you can order a high resolution poster print of your map, email your Scribble Map to a friend, as well as embed a Scribble Maps widget into your website for an interactive view of your map. Once you’re ready, you can click the “Continue Working” button to resume working, or exit Scribble Maps. It’s that easy to get started. ___ Are you ready to make makes differently? Try out Scribble Maps today - No sign up required at http://www.scribblemaps.com
Views: 252000 Scribble Maps
I/O BootCamp 2011: Mapping Options for Mobile Devices
 
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Speakers: Mano Marks Building a map for a mobile environment is a challenging undertaking. You have to balance native APIs, browsers, bandwidth, and latency. This talk will be an overview of developing Google Maps applications on various mobile platforms, including Android, iPhone, and browser options. Participants who choose to follow along will have a working basic map at the end of the session.
Views: 2055 Google Developers
MODO | Fixing Broken Polygon Normals
 
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This video shoes a quick way of fixing broken polygon normals in MODO.
Views: 2211 pixelfondue
Far Cry 3 - Map Editor trailer
 
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The latest trailer for Far Cry 3 showcases the game's map editor tools, which allow players to make their own multiplayer battlegrounds or single-player sandboxes. For the full story: http://www.polygon.com/2012/11/23/3683020/far-cry-3-map-editor-will-add-hundreds-of-choices-ai-options More from Polygon: Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=polygon Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/polygon/videos Visit our playlists: http://www.youtube.com/user/polygon/playlists Like Polygon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/polygon Follow Polygon on Twitter: http://twitter.com/polygon Read more at: http://www.polygon.com
Views: 1371 Polygon
V11 Google Maps/Alternate Views - Dynamic Marker Circles
 
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GM5 Google Mapping Drawing Dynamic Circles Around Markers When you place a marker on a map, you have control over the marker icon, bubble help, and info box text. You can also draw a circle around the marker, and you can control the color of the circle and the shading of the interior of the circle. The circle and its color can be used to convey information about the corresponding record in the Grid. The ability to draw a circle around the marker could be used to indicate the service area of a branch location, or it might be used to represent the relative price of a house in a real estate application. For example, for more expensive houses you might draw a larger circle around the marker on the map. In this video, which shows a Grid based on the sample airports database, we draw a circle around each marker on the map. The radius of the circle is proportional to the airport's elevation.
Views: 1567 Alpha Software
Modo 12.0 | DirectM Polygon Bevel Vertex Normal
 
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New Max Smoothing Angle and Use Vertex Normal Map options have been added.
Views: 13 design8bv
CreaMaps | Google Maps for Elementor | Codecanyon Scripts and Snippets
 
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Download CreaMaps | Google Maps for Elementor - https://codecanyon.net/item/creamaps-google-maps-for-elementor/21522358?ref=motionstop CreaMaps intro CreaMaps - it-s Google Maps addon to Elementor page builder plugin. Features - any posts like locations - unique map masks - 11000+ maps styles (Snazzy Maps) - custom marker (image, font icon, inline html) - fully customizable info windows - markers cluster - markers polygon - Google Fusion Table - and more Admin demo access: http://v-space.team/demo/creamaps_elementor/wp-admin login: demo password: demo CreaMaps - it combines a lot of unique options that you can-t find anywhere else so your contact section or map will be definitely exactly that one you need. All the options are created after deep analyzing of customers- needs. CreaMaps is a user-friendly, easy to use, responsive, highly customizable and powerful addon for using even without coding skills. CreaMaps Features - Multiple markers on one map is available to use. On each map you can use as much markers as you need and each marker can be unique. There is an opportunity to use custom marker icon types: default Google map marker, custom image marker (there is an opportunity to upload your own image), Font icon marker (select that one you need from big number of icons), Inline code marker (use your own code to create marker). Each marker can be exactly that one you need and each type can be used on one map. - Latitude and longitude is available to choose exactly while clicking on field (Google Map automatically opens and you can put marker where you need without needs to select coordinates in separate window). - At the moment there are 6 Icon Libraries for selecting icon while using Font icon marker style (Font Awesome, Open Iconic, Typicons, Entypo, Linecons, Pixel, Mono Social). - Fully customizable info window. There are 4 types of info window (None or Custom Link, Default (white), Black, Custom). Multiple options are available to use while customizing info window (Font color, Background color, Font size, Border radius, Padding, close info window on map click, show/hide close button). Each marker (even on the same map) can have custom one of 4 types of info window directions (Top, Bottom, Left, Right). - All standard Google maps settings (Zoom, Width, Height, Horizontal/Vertical offset), auto zoom to fit all markers that are using on map options will help you to set that sizes and position you need to have. Besides there is an option to enable or disable map zooming while scrolling on map (Enable Scrollwheel option). - Cluster will help to combine markers of close proximity into clusters. Also available cluster customization. You can select image for cluster (it-s width, height), font size and font color. This option will helps to combine markers of close proximity into clusters, and simplify the display of markers on the map. - Possibility to enable Polygon option. It-s is also available to customize. Here is an opportunity to set up border color, border weight and background color. Polygon represents an area enclosed by a closed path (or loop), which is defined by a series of coordinates. - Google Map UI controls. There are 6 UI options that can be used in that way you need and in that combination you wish. Here is an opportunity to enable or disable next options: Show zoom control, Show map type control, Show scale control, Show fullscreen, Show rotate control, Show street view control. - 11000+ map styles. You don-t need to follow to another website and select there style, copy after that code with style and paste into theme files. Besides, there is an opportunity to search that style you need or use one of filters which are available. - Custom map style. If there is no that map style you need in that 11000+ examples - you have an opportunity to use custom code of map to have exactly unique and not looks like some other view. - Really cool feature: Mask! Here is an opportunity to select one of multiple types for map mask: default (without mask), text (text as a mask with a lot of options to customize it), image and gradient. Image option has a lot of ways to style it: width, height, opacity, background, filters. Gradient option allows you possibility to select background color, width and opacity. - Possibility to add Fusion table. - Possibility to add map everywhere you need. There is an opportunity to add CreaMaps widget to page, post or some other post type which supports creating with Elementor. - CreaMaps is fully responsive. It looks pretty on different devices (phones, ipads, laptops). - Cross browser compatibility. This widget will display on different browsers in good way. - Google fonts included. Thank you! Thank you for checking our product! If you have some questions - feel free to contact us to get our help. If you have some suggestions how to improve our CreaMaps - we are ready to listen to you and do all the best to make you satisfied! Last Update 10 March 18 Created 10 March
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Excel Video 511 3D Maps Region Map
 
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A region map is a great way to see your data summarized by geographic region, like a zip code. Watch Excel Video 511 to see how to make a region map work for your data. The first thing to note is that unlike heat maps, a region map will let you use categories with your data. I’ll walk through those category options, but my data doesn’t work very well with categories in a region map. Try your data to see if categories work for you. If not, column or bubble maps might be a better way to display categories. There are ways to combine multiple maps in what Excel calls a Tour. We’ll talk more about tours in future Excel Videos. The great thing about a region map is that the shading corresponds to a geographic region. It’s easy to see your data organized by zip code, for example. It’s also easy to change the color of the shading and the intensity of the shading in the layer options. Finally, if you need a region for your map that isn’t defined geographically, you can import a custom region file to create the geography you need. A custom region file is a .KML or .SHP file that are essentially custom polygons. Once you have the custom file imported, you can use the custom regions like you would other standard regions. You might use this if you had sales representatives assigned to specific areas and wanted the region map to compare sales representatives. We have now covered the basic types of 3D Maps available in Excel. Stay tuned. We’ll walk through the 3D Maps ribbon and highlight major options and features in the next Excel Videos. Thanks for watching.
Views: 982 PivotTableGuy
Maya 2016 tutorial : UV Mapping with the UV Editor in Maya 2016
 
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In this tutorial I will explain how to UV map and texture a box in Autodesk Maya 2016 using the UV Editor. Link to reference image : http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e367/mikehermesart/box_zpss0wafmrm.jpg Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/mhtutorials Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/MikeHermes3D Twitter : https://twitter.com/MHTutorials Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+MikeHermesArt/posts Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/hermesmike/ Artstation : https://www.artstation.com/artist/mhtutorials Wordpress : https://mhtutorialsyoutube.wordpress.com/ E-Mail : [email protected]
Views: 131077 Mike Hermes
Android tutorial for beginners - 84 - Draw polylines in Google Map
 
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How to draw polylines in Google Map to connect two or more points or places. Visit my blog : http://www.easyway2in.blogspot.com Like my Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/codeglympse Subscribe My YouTube channel : http://www.youtube.com/ticoontechnologies
Views: 25915 PRABEESH R K
Fuzzy Tolerance Podcast #6 - Web Mapping from Scratch Part 2
 
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This is part 2 of a 2 part series on creating a web map project from scratch using HTML5 Boilerplate, jQuery, Google Maps API, and Google Fusion Tables. http://fuzzytolerance.info/
Views: 1108 Tobin Bradley
V11 Search Part - Geography Searches - Google Maps - Show Search Results on Screen 1
 
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GM11 Search Part - Geography Searches - Google Maps Part 2 This video continues from GM10. When you have a Google Map in the Search Part of a Grid, you can use the Map to mark a search polygon or radius, as shown in the previous video. However, you can also display markers on the map to show the location of the records found by the search. In this video, we show how the search results can be plotted on the map. A marker is placed on the map for each record found by the search. The video shows how you can customize the bubble help, title, and info box for each marker that is placed on the map. The video also shows how the click action for each marker can be customized - you can use a built-in action, such as "open Detail View", or you can define your own Javascript.
Views: 89 Alpha Software
Create a clickable hotspot map with this WordPress plugin
 
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Get Image Hotspot plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/devvn-image-hotspot/ I was looking for a simple to use plugin that allowed me to create clickable "hotspots" on an image for a project I was working on, and I found Image Hotspot by DevVN to be a perfect fit. It's super-lightweight, and doesn't come with a bunch of features I won't use. It would be nice to have a few more customization options, but otherwise, it was a piece of cake to use. Learn more: https://plugintut.com Subscribe! https://plugintut.com/subscribe Follow us! http://twitter.com/plugintut Like us! http://facebook.com/plugintut
GIS Clip Analysis using ArcGIS Desktop
 
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This video tutorial shows you how to Clip Analysis using ArcGIS Desktop 9.2. I should work on older versions of ArcGIS 8.x
Views: 150716 vtorial
Menus en cascada sobre Gooogle Maps
 
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Menus contextuales con filtros de marcadores
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How to Make an HTML Image Map in GIMP
 
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Creating and Image Map in GIMP is very simple and you don't need any HTML knowledge. Sites like http://www.image-maps.com/ can do the same type of thing but GIMP has a built-in Image Map filter which I like better. Open the image in GIMP and click on the "Filters" menu. Click "Web" (4th from the bottom) and select "Image Map..." A new window will open up and this is where you actually create the image map. There are 4 main options/modes on the left: Mouse, Rectangle, Circle and Polygon. The latter 3 create their respective shapes and the mouse edits existing shapes. These are the ONLY shapes you can make in image maps. To create a shape, click a starting place and then click an ending location. You must DOUBLE-CLICK to finish a polygon. Make sure that the shapes don't overlap. Paste your link into the URL space and uncheck the "Relative Link" box. Don't worry about selecting the Link Type because GIMP does that automatically afterwards. To make a relative link, check the "Relative Link" box and type in the file path, name and extension RELATIVE to where the page containing the image map will be. You can manually change pixel units in the next tab but the Mouse Editing tool works better. Finally you can create JavaScript statements to execute when the link is moused over/out. All links appear in a list to the right. You can delete a link with the Trash Can icon or edit the info with the pencil and paper icon. To save the map, click the Save icon. It will be a file with a .map extension but it's just a text file so you can rename it. Open the file in a text editor such as Notepad and copy the HTML code and paste it into your page. Gimp generates a few unessential lines of comments which you remove if you want. GIMP: http://www.gimp.org/ Notepad++: http://notepad-plus-plus.org/ Image Map Example: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tryit.asp?filename=tryhtml_areamap
Views: 33265 TanUv90
HowTo: Use Map To Report Known Leads From a Specific Rectangle Selection on Google Maps
 
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In this quick how-to video, I demonstrate how to use the Google Map in Maps To Money to select leads from a specific rectangle. This can be used to limit leads to one town, or to return only the leads for one single city block. Free your mind and invent your own methods using this awesome tool: Click the link below for more discussion and testimonials. Maps To Money 1.0.5 http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-special-offers-forum/825368-google-maps-software-skype-dialer-harvest-dial-red-hot-leads-quickly-effortlessly-2.html#post8449927
Views: 1005 Ben Camp
Easily Create Maps in Drupal with Leaflet [May 1, 2014]
 
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Want to learn more about Acquia's products, services, and happenings in the Drupal Community? Visit our site: http://bit.ly/yLaHO5. Mapping solutions in Drupal range from powerful configuration options in OpenLayers to simple one-line address fields that display a Google Map. Leaflet is a lightweight, mobile-friendly Javascript mapping library that uses Geofield to store location data. Geofield plus Leaflet is a solution with more options and flexibility than the Simple Google Maps contributed module, for example, and far less complexity, and fewer configuration options, than OpenLayers. If you're looking for an easy way to dive into mapping without pulling your hair out, then this webinar is for you. Join Amber Matz, as she walks through the process of adding a map to your Drupal site using Geofield and Leaflet. In this webinar, you'll learn: • How to use Geofield to store location data in Drupal 7 • How to display a single location marker on a map using Leaflet • How to use Views to create a map of many locations
Views: 18229 Acquia
Using DMXzone Google Maps Drawing Add-on
 
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With this movie we will show you the main features packed in DMXzone Google Maps Drawing Add-on and how to use it
Views: 435 DMXzone
V11 Search Part - Geography Searches - Google Maps - Show Search Results on Screen 2
 
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GM11 Search Part - Geography Searches - Google Maps Part 3 This video continues from GM10. When you have a Google Map in the Search Part of a Grid, you can use the Map to mark a search polygon or radius, as shown in the previous video. However, you can also display markers on the map to show the location of the records found by the search. In this video, we show how the search results can be plotted on the map. A marker is placed on the map for each record found by the search. The video shows how you can customize the bubble help, title, and info box for each marker that is placed on the map. The video also shows how the click action for each marker can be customized - you can use a built-in action, such as "open Detail View", or you can define your own Javascript.
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Maya 2014 tutorial : From CV Curve tool object to Polygon
 
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So after you create an object using Maya's CV Curve tool you can't manipulate it like a polygon object. And the simple reason is that it isn't a polygon. This video will show you how to simply fix that problem. This is a follow-up tutorial on my earlier video "Maya tutorial : How to create a Chess piece in 1 minute" It can be found at http://youtu.be/wt4oMqSL0iE Likes and subscriptions are appreciated. If you have any questions, please let me know. If you are looking for a formal type of education to improve your skills in Maya and going ( back ) to school is not an option, you can check out Lynda.com They provide a wide range of high quality online classes and tutorials at very affordable prices http://www.lynda.com/Maya-training-tutorials/255-0.html?utm_medium=ldc-partner&utm_source=SSPRC&utm_content=10803&utm_campaign=CD16939&bid=10803&aid=CD16939
Views: 53694 Mike Hermes
GIS For Biologists: Tip #17 – How To Create Custom Polygon Fill Styles For Use In QGIS
 
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QGIS is the leading open source, and so freely available, GIS software package. However, the built-in options it comes with for filling in polygon data layers are very basic and limited. Luckily, it is relatively quick and easy to create your own custom polygon fill styles, meaning you can easily have your polygons looking exactly the way you want. This video shows you how to create your own custom fill styles for use in QGIS. It uses QGIS 2.6.3, to demonstrate this, but the same approach should work in all versions of QGIS. This video is presented by Dr Colin D. MacLeod, author of 'GIS For Biologists: A Practical Introduction For Undergraduates', and is brought to you by GIS In Ecology (www.GISinEcology.com), the world leader in providing GIS training for biologists by biologists. For more information on on-demand, online GIS training from GIS In Ecology, visit www.GISinEcology/OnlineTraining.
Views: 931 GIS In Ecology
Import Google Earth Imagery to QGIS
 
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SEE THE NEW VIDEO FOR QGIS VERSION 3.x: https://youtu.be/UmE6Jx4EZtU How to import Google Earth satellite imagery into QGIS using the OpenLayers plugin.
Views: 23380 Open Source Options
Easy Map Vizualization - Tableau
 
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Using our newly found data to make a good looking map in Tableau. Exploring some options for our map to optimize the look.
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8 - QGIS 3.2 Tutorial - Count Points in Polygon
 
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Tutorial showing how to count points overlapping polygons in a separate layer and then styling on the output. Layers used: National Records of Scotland - Settlements 2016 Centroids https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/files//geography/dataset/settlements2016centroids.zip Local Authority Districts (December 2015) Full Clipped Boundaries in Great Britain http://geoportal.statistics.gov.uk/datasets/local-authority-districts-december-2015-full-clipped-boundaries-in-great-britain Choose Download - Shapefile (21.1MB)
Views: 42 Fool's Workshop
Snapping option
 
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The process of moving a feature to coincide exactly with coordinates of another feature within a specified distance, or tolerance.
Views: 2814 Mark Lama

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