Posted by Pamela Fox, Google Geo APIs Team There's four big Geo events in the San Francisco Bay Area this month, and Mano and I will be at all of them. Here's the details: Google Maps API Official Blog Google Maps API Official Blog
Google Maps Extensions - GISWiki Google Maps Extensions - GISWiki Für MediaWiki existieren mitlerweile eine Reihe von Erweiterungen, die das Einbinden von Google Maps ermöglichen. Google Maps Extensions/GISWiki Einer der ersten Extensions war die "Google Maps Extensions", die hier im GISWiki das erste mal vorgestellt wurde. <map>Latitude|Longitude|ZoomFactor|URL|URL-Text|URL-Image|Image-Height</map> Google Maps Extensions/GMap
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A new map from the New York Times uses data from the Census Bureau to show the percentages of people living below the poverty line in each census tract in the USA. The Mapping Poverty in America visualization uses the Google Maps API to provide poverty percentage rates and the numbers living in poverty in each USA census tract. You can zoom in on the map to view the poverty levels at any location or you can use the links under the map to quickly zoom to a number of the larger US cities. Thanks to ProPublica we now have a Google Map that allows you to find nearby emergency rooms and find out which has the shortest average waiting time.
Let's describe the whole Earth!
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Maps API Version 2 Reference Maps API Version 2 Reference Version 2 of the JavaScript API has been turned down Warning: Version 2 of the Google Maps JavaScript API is no longer available. Please follow the guide to migrate your code to version 3 of the Google Maps JavaScript API. As of November 19, 2013, all applications requesting v2 are served a special, wrapped version of the v3 API instead. We expect this wrapped version of the API to work for most simple maps, but we strongly encourage you to migrate to the v3 API immediately.
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