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Hidden features of Google Maps you didn’t know

Hidden features of Google Maps you didn’t know

Whether you like it or not, Google Maps play an important role in our lives. The app that helps you navigate through big cities, also has some hidden features that you may not know about. SHARE LOCATION Planning to catch up with friends? Use share location feature to find each other faster. TIME TRAVEL Time travel allows you to observe ...

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ArcGIS Online: an Overview for Developers

ArcGIS Online: an Overview for Developers

ArcGIS connects maps, apps, data, and people to make smarter and faster decisions. It gives everyone the ability to discover, use, make, and share maps from any device, anywhere, anytime. You can quickly add geo to your apps using Esri’s cloud services, develop in the API of your choice, and deploy on any device. In this session, you will get ...

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Largest optical reflecting telescopes Google Earth

largest optical reflecting telescopes Google Earth

the largest optical reflecting telescopes with objective diameters of 3.0 metres (120 in) or greater is sorted by aperture, which is one limit on the light-gathering power and resolution of a reflecting telescope’s optical assembly. The mirrors themselves can be larger than the aperture, and telescopes may use aperture synthesis achieved by interferometry. Telescopes designed to be used as optical ...

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River Cross Section delineation using Google Earth

River Cross Section delineation using Google Earth

River Cross Section can be checked by using Google Earth’s Elevation Profile Tool. Current Video demonstrates how to use elevation profile tool to delineate cross sections for river channel. It is a simple application of elevation profile.

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DEM Generation using Google Earth and WebPortal (gpsvisualizer)

DEM Generation using Google Earth and WebPortal (gpsvisualizer)

This video demonstrates how to use Google Earth in integration with GPS Visualizer web Portal for DEM generation. A digital elevation model (DEM) is a 3D representation of a terrain’s surface. DEM is used to delineate terrain parameters, such as slope, drainage network, watershed boundaries etc., These parameters are often required in preparation of development and conservation plan for natural ...

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Path’s Elevation Profile using Google Earth

Path’s Elevation Profile using Google Earth

This video demonstrate how to use Google Earth’s Elevation Profile tool to view elevation data for any path in Google Earth. It is important that Google Earth’s elevation values is not very accurate ( poor vertical or height resolution) and should not be taken as anything more than a rough guide.

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Delivering Value from ArcGIS in a Challenging Market

Delivering Value from ArcGIS in a Challenging Market

Learn how you can extend the reach of ArcGIS to your entire organization to allow you to work more efficiently, saving time and money. See demonstrations of creating and registering content in ArcGIS Online, navigating and collecting data with mobile apps, and integrating GIS with your business systems.

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DEM Generation using Google Earth and TCX Converter

DEM Generation using Google Earth and TCX Converter

This video demonstrates how to use Google Earth in integration with TCX Converter tool for DEM generation. A digital elevation model (DEM) is a 3D representation of a terrain’s surface. DEM is used to delineate terrain parameters, such as slope, drainage network, watershed boundaries etc., These parameters are often required in preparation of development and conservation plan for natural resources, ...

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How to map and examine the median age of the population

How to map and examine the median age of the population

How to map and examine the median age of the population at a variety of scales – national, state, county, census tract, and block group, in the USA (and elsewhere where the data are available) using ArcGIS Online. This video walks you through the straightforward procedures and powerful analyses awaiting you – you can be mapping these variables in less ...

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