Learn how to draw shapes in maps using Google Maps API. In this video we will create polylines and polygons. Use MVCArray to dynamically modify polyline in map For more videos, visit http://www.JTechniques.com
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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.
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This brief tutorial demonstrates how accurate and effective using the polygon tool can be.
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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: 13297 Google Developers
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: 353 Ben Kelton
Various options of Map in Tableau and Mapbox integration
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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: 11489 Andr.oid Eric
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.
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Views: 19117 Teslanomics with Ben Sullins
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: 7220 TeachuGis
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 For CIVIL3D Roadway Modeling Online Training, contact "[email protected]".
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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
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This is one of a series of screencasts about trying to produce consistent polygonal boundary data from awkward data sources: in this case the source data are lines describing the internal borders of a region, and those lines have odd gaps in them. Errors and omissions: * Sorry that the sound quality is rubbish - I accidentally used my laptop's microphone instead of my USB headset's.
Views: 6744 Mark Longair
In this course you'll learn how to create and configure different types of maps, how to attach events to these maps, and how to create and customize markers. By the end, you'll be able to take the library you create and apply it to your own applications. See more great courses: https://code.tutsplus.com/courses?utm_campaign=yt_tutsplus_igTuToYt7co&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=youtube.com&utm_content=description
Views: 5735 Envato Tuts+
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: 2058 Google Developers
In this exercise I show how to georeference a scanned map in QGIS using the Georeferencer GDAL plugin. The georeferenced map is checked with a satellite image using a Google image through the QuickMapServices plugin. The exercise ends with digitizing points, lines and polygons with their attribute data. This video is part of IHE Delft Open Educational Resources (OER). IHE Delft offers free and paid courses on QGIS with official certification. Check here for the options: https://bit.ly/2YMkgcc
Views: 35690 Hans van der Kwast
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Learn how to create and set up a cylinder primitive object for further polygon editing in Autodesk Maya 2014. This lesson is one of more than 200 tutorials in our self-paced course. Learn more about our training for Autodesk Maya at http://www.cadlearning.com/courses/autodesk-maya-training-tutorials/
Views: 56519 CADLearning
This video shows how to georeference a scanned map and to use it as a backdrop for digitizing points, lines and polygon vectors. The vector layers are stored in a GeoPackage, including their styles. This video is part of IHE Delft Open Educational Resources (OER). IHE Delft offers free and paid courses on QGIS with official certification. Check here for the options: https://bit.ly/2YMkgcc
Views: 717 Hans van der Kwast
In this maya 3d tutorial we will be converting a still image into a displacement map using Arnold and then convert the displacement map to polygons using Arnold utilities in Maya 2018 this approach will work with all version of Arnold for Maya. but the current tutorial recorded using Maya 2018. Converting displacement maps into polygons is a great way to speed up the modelling process for your scene and also will allow you to create realistic models pretty quickly. hope you will find this tutorial helpful feel free to let us know in the comments below if you have any questions and we will be happy to answer them. ☆★ ABOUT 3D MODELS WORLD ★ ☆ We create high quality and affordable 3d models, rigs and animations for VR – AR and Design, all our assets created by our in-house team of VFX and Games professionals. We also create in-depth tutorials every week! Learn more about us here: https://3dmodelsworld.com/ Links to the images used in this tutorial: https://www.textures.com/download/substance0121/131965 ☆★ VIEW THE BLOG POST: ★☆ https://3dmodelsworld.com/convert-displacement-map-polygons-maya-arnold/ ☆★SUBSCRIBE TO 3D MODELS WORLD ON YOUTUBE: ★☆ Subscribe ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTOE31BQ6nG_wgQ6Ff6BdJw?sub_confirmation=1 ☆★ FOLLOW US BELOW: ★☆ Blog ► https://3dmodelsworld.com/blog/ Twitter ►https://twitter.com/3DModelsWorld Facebook ►https://www.facebook.com/3dModelsWorld/ Instagram ►https://www.instagram.com/3dmodelsworld/
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Blender tutorial about how to UV unwrap in Blender, so that you can texture your model. Download the model: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8PFSrI9B3iwanNtYWp3eFU4V28 Texture: https://www.poliigon.com/texture/metal-corroded-heavy-001 ----------------------------------------------- Follow me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/andrewpprice Instagram: http://instagram.com/andrewpprice Facebook: http://facebook.com/blenderguru ArtStation: http://artstation.com/artist/andrewprice Blender Guru: http://www.blenderguru.com Poliigon: http://www.poliigon.com
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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.
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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
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In this video I plot on a map the longitude and latitude of the locations where 247 air samples were collected during many different research campaigns. Using a piece of software I downloaded called Tableau. You can connect Tableau to an excel file with longitude and latitude degrees in it and then drag and drop the data into the map. Plot locations using latitude and longitude coordinates to make dots on the map, change the size and colour of the dots and label them if you want too. Options for the sort of map style you want and make a simple world map with no country boarders and only two colours and the simplest way to save it as an image to use later. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #tableau #tableaututorial #tableaumaps SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/c46YPs --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IF YOU LIKE THIS VIDEO YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: - This video is part of a playlist: How to make a map https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVe64sIb7fSao0DfizHT9q4nIDgsmKFa8 - In another video I use the same data to make a very similar map in Excel 3D Maps: https://youtu.be/f2bZ7EkIcpU --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VIDEO INFO - Tableau: https://www.tableau.com/products/desktop - These data are related to my PhD research.
Views: 25431 Karina Adcock
➥Hello, how are you?! In this video, I present how to start your job with QGIS. 🌐 ➥How to edit, how to make a new shapefile, and how to export a map into a JPG. 🗺️ ➥If you like to work with qgis, please watch this video: Editing in QGIS 3.4 – Mapping in GIS, like it and share it. 👍Like My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Mapping-in-GIS-233039557504731 🎥 Subscribe To My Channel and Get More Great Tips: https://www.youtube.com/c/MappinginGIS 📷 Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/mappingingis/ 🐦Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MappingIn 🎮 Download my app from google play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mappingingis.learngis 🔔 You want so see more videos like this? Then subscribe and turn on notifications! 🔔 #MappinginGIS #QGIS AMAZING WORLD OF GIS Mapping In GIS
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Become a cutting-edge TABLEAU expert in as little as 8 HOURS with our newest data science online course — now 95% off. Dive into all that Tableau 2018 has to offer and take your data science career to whole new heights with “Tableau 2018: Hands-On Tableau Training For Data Science” — currently rated 4.6/5 on Udemy. Learn by doing with step-by-step lectures, real-life data analytics exercises and quizzes. ================================================= 95% OFF — A limited time, YouTube ONLY offer! Enroll today ==> https://www.udemy.com/tableau-2018/?couponCode=YOUTUBE95 ================================================= Here’s what some of our bright students have to say about the course! “I took almost every course from [instructor] Kirill and his team. This is one of the best ones so far. Examples and pace of the course are perfect in my opinion.” — Philipp S. “Intuitive guidance about how to interpret data and present it in a way that is easily comprehensible.” — Khushwinder B. Join over 523,000 data science lovers and professionals in taking your skills to the next level. Leverage opportunities for you or key decision makers to discover data patterns such as customer purchase behavior, sales trends, or production bottlenecks. Master everything there is to know about Tableau in 2018 ======================================== - Getting started - Tableau basics - Time series, aggregation and filters - Maps, scatterplots and launching your first dashboard - Joining and blending data - Creating dual axis charts - Table calculations, advanced dashboards, storytelling - Advanced data preparation - Clusters, custom territories, design features - What’s new in Tableau 2018 Learn on-the-go and at your convenience — via mobile, desktop, and TV — in a 70-lecture course that breaks down topics into fun and engaging videos while covering all the Tableau 2018 functions you’ll ever need. And don’t hesitate to start from the beginning, or skip ahead with our independent modules. Download supplemental materials - https://www.superdatascience.com/yt-tableau-custom-map-series/ No need to adjust your screen! You might have noticed that the map output above is not using the standard coloring of the maps in Tableau. This is just my personal preference, and I have chosen the Dark Style for my map layer, as I believe it enhances the dam contours and has it stand out. We have three options to choose from for the map layers (menu option Map - Map Layers…). The three options that are available: Normal Light Dark It is obviously up to you to use the best style for your purposes. It is great that we have these three map layers to choose, but I am of the opinion that we can improve on it even more.
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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: 16020 Thomas Johnson
This video showed you, how easy to get Direction and Distance in ArcGIS 1. Open ArcGIS Desktop 10.1, 10.2, 10.3 and 10.3.1 2. On main menu tab click View then Data Frame Properties 3. General then Unit then change Map: Meters and Display: UTM then OK 4. Add Data Shapefile Polygon which you want to convert to Polyline Example: CHA_Polygons.shp 5. Shapefile Polygon in Layers then select single and multiple polygons in Attribute Table or polygons in Map Layout 6. Go to XTools Pro then Feature Conversions then Convert Polygons to Polylines 7. Output feature class then change you shapefile name” Example: D:\01 IM_Laos\02 GIS_Shapefiles\03 CHA Shapefile\CHA_Polylines.shp 8. Then click on Run then OK 9. Uncheck box shapefile polygon on the Layers, you will see Polyline have created 10. Right click the space on main menu tab then click on COGO 11. Start Editing Shapefile Polyline 12. Select on Polyline in map Layout or in Attribute Table then wait in a few seconds 13. Go to COGO then click on Split into COGO lines 14. Editor then Save Edited then Stop Editing 15. Right click Shapefile Polyline then Open Attribute Table 16. Click on Table Options then Add Field 17. Name: Direction, Type: Text, Precision: 10 then OK 18. Name: Distance, Type: Text, Precision: 10 then OK 19. Start Editing Shapefile Polyline 20. Select on Polyline in map Layout or in Attribute Table then wait in a few seconds 21. Go to COGO then click on Update COGO Attributes 22. Editor then Save Edited then Stop Editing, then open Attribute Table to have a look 23. Select on Polyline in map Layout then Export to Excel 24. Add Shapefile CHA Point into the Layers 25. Right click Shapefile Point then Open Attribute Table 26. Name: Direction, Type: Text, Precision: 10 then OK 27. Name: Distance, Type: Text, Precision: 10 then OK 28. Then past Direction and Distance in the correct fields Shapefile CHA point 29. Editor then Save Edited then Stop Editing then open Attribute Table to have a look on all table Finished
Views: 10296 Thanalat Samalavong
Sean Askay, Mano Marks KML is the most used geographic display language in the world. As the volume of data that needs to be displayed on a Map or in Google Earth increases, an awareness perfomance becomes increasingly important. We will be discussing techniques for reducing bandwidth usage, applying incremental changes, styling, and other ways to supercharge your KML.
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Create simple android app that find routes between 2 places base on their address text using Google Map Direction API Download Project: https://github.com/hiepxuan2008/GoogleMapDirectionSimple/ •----------------------------------------• Students: Mai Thanh Hiep - Tran Tuan Tu Lecturer: Tran Minh Triet University of Science •----------------------------------------• 1. Demo App https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=33s 2. Create new project Google Map https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=1m16s 3. Register a Google Map API key https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=1m56s 4. Overview basic code in Google Map API https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=3m1s 5. newLatLngZoom - Zoom camera at a location https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=5m15s 6. SetMapType - Switch google map style https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=5m54s 7. setMyLocationEnabled(true) - Allow user to show their current location on Google Map https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=6m50s 8. Create a marker with a custome icon https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=7m36s 9. Draw polylines to google map https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=8m31s 10. Use Google Maps Directions API - Find routes between 2 places https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=10m40s 11. Code Android App using Google Maps Directions API https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=15m19s 12. Get Draw Data by URL from Internet https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=16m31s 13. Parse Json Object https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=18m3s 14. Display result to Screen https://youtu.be/CCZPUeY94MU?t=21m25s
Views: 274277 Hiep Mai Thanh
Save -$12 on the Full Tutorial Series: Use WoLDYouTube Code at Checkout. All 9 hours and 53 videos here: http://www.worldofleveldesign.com/store/maya-game-environment-modeling-foundation.php The following video is directly from Module 1 of 3 in "3D Game Environment Modeling/UVing Foundation" series. I've released this first Module completely free. It is focused on teaching you how to get started with interface overview in Maya LT/Maya specifically for game environment artist. -First Module is focused on interface overview for game environment modeling. -Second Module is focused on game environment modeling techniques. -Third Module is focused on UV mapping, UV unwrapping and UVing. Maya LT/Maya Beginner Tutorial Series Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8722FAE9D846AC64
Views: 3891 WorldofLevelDesign