Hello guys. Can someone give me an simple example, how to make when someone register in to my game, to set him in some place on the map. I dont have map right now, and thats my question. How to make browser game map ? Some kind of tutorial or example will be pretty good.

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Has anyone successfully created a heat map of the world using Google map? I read in few places that its possible but cannot seem to find the correct way to do it. I need to create a heat map which is based on the global map, and shows the performance all of the world's unemployment rate. Some alike this swine flu map: Swine flu heat map: [url]http://www.imapbuilder.com/customization/samples.php?sampleid=swine-influenza[/url] However I would prefer a Google Map solution as I also need to zoom into country / state level, is there a Google map plug-in available for such purpose?

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Dear Folks, I am trying to use python-idiom to reverse a list of lists so that, for example, a = [[1, 2], ['apple', 'orange']] becomes b = [['orange', 'apple'], [2, 1]] My code for this at present is: [CODE] import copy a = [[1, 2], ["apple", "orange"]] if type(a) is list: b = copy.deepcopy(a) for item in b: (map(item.reverse(), item)) b = map(b.reverse(), b) print a, b[/CODE] Is there a simpler, more elegant, pythonesque way to do this using map(), filter(), reduce() and friends and possibly recursion? Thank you.

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Good day everyone. Did you know how can I find where can I find how to do this something like this > [URL="http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menu/old_master.html#nogo"]http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menu/old_master.html#nogo[/URL]. They didn't teach how to do this and I can't find anything like this on the Net. Help is much appreciated.

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I am acquiring a google earth image in vb.Net using the following: [code] imgImage.Load("http://maps.google.com/staticmap?center=" _ + dblLat.ToString + "," + dblLong.ToString + _ "&zoom=" + intZoom.ToString + _ "&size=512x512&maptype=satellite") [/code] where imgImage is a PictureBox .net object. I need to know what the width and height of the image returned is in NauticalMiles. My understanding is that: - ZoomFactor=1 means 360deg, which means 360*60NM - ZoomFactor=2 means 180deg, which means 180*60NM - etc..... - ZoomFactor=5 should be equivalent to 1350NM When I actually check this distance on GoogleEarth I get something closer to 1100NM from North to South and from …

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#ifndef _READFILE_H_ #define _READFILE_H_ #include<string> #include<vector> #include<map> using namespace std; class Readfile{ private: string str; vector <string> goArray; vector <string> strArray; vector <string> phyIntArray; vector <string> subArray; vector <string> proArray; /* member function */ void processString(string str); void processGoId(string); void processPhysicalInt(string); // void processMetabolicInt(string); public: typedef struct Info{ string uniprotID; vector <string> goId; vector <string> phyInt; }; map <int,struct Info> proteinData; map <int,struct Info>::iterator it; Readfile(string file);//constructor }; #endif

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I need to build a simple GIS or map view component for a larger system for my Final Year Project. But I have no prior experience in the field. Therefore I need to add this component as a additional feature only and with the least amount of effort and time. Therefore, is java suitable for this purpose? What kind of an IDE can you recommend? Are there any highlevel Java APIs that can be used for GIS development? Or any platforms for building GIS?

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[CODE]ok ok i got it now right i copy it to vector and sort it..... here is the code #include <iostream> #include <fstream> #include <algorithm> #include <string> #include <map> #include <vector> using namespace std; typedef map<string,int> word_count_list; struct val_lessthan : binary_function < pair<string,int>, pair<string,int>, bool > { bool operator() (const pair<string,int>& x, const pair<string,int>& y) const {return x.second<y.second;} }val_lt; int main() { word_count_list word_count; string filename; // Get the filename. cout << "Enter the file you wish to have searched:\n"; cin >> filename; // Open file. ifstream file(filename.c_str()); // Read in all the words. string word; while (file >> word){ …

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ok ok i got it now right i copy it to vector and sort it..... here is the code #include <iostream> #include <fstream> #include <algorithm> #include <string> #include <map> #include <vector> using namespace std; typedef map<string,int> word_count_list; struct val_lessthan : binary_function < pair<string,int>, pair<string,int>, bool > { bool operator() (const pair<string,int>& x, const pair<string,int>& y) const {return x.second<y.second;} }val_lt; int main() { word_count_list word_count; string filename; // Get the filename. cout << "Enter the file you wish to have searched:\n"; cin >> filename; // Open file. ifstream file(filename.c_str()); // Read in all the words. string word; while (file >> word){ …

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Hi, Can any one please guide me how to create an interactive map of any country in FLASH? Or if you can suggest any other software for this purpose? Thanks & Regards,

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I have worked with maps before and I have come to the point where I need to save a map when I quit an application and load it when I open application. How can I achieve this goal? Do I have to save it to a file upon exit and then read it when I launch an application? Or put it into a data base? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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[URL="http://earth.google.com/"]Google Earth[/URL] now supports the use of historical imagery -- back to 1945 in some areas -- that lets users see how certain areas have changed over time. As described by [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_earth"]Wikipedia[/URL], Google Earth is a virtual globe, map and geographic information program that was originally called Earth Viewer, and was created by Keyhole, Inc, a company acquired by Google in 2004. It maps the Earth by the superimposition of images obtained from satellite imagery, aerial photography and GIS 3D globe. To [URL="http://earth.google.com/userguide/v4/ug_gps.html#historicalimagery"]access historical imagery[/URL], do one of the following within the Google Earth application: Click View > Historical Imagery …

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This is excellent. A map of Britain in which the forthcoming extra-fast Internet is highlighted. It's [URL="http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/blog/interactive/2009/mar/23/broadband-fibre-cabinet-bt-map"]here[/URL] on the Guardian website. A number of things become clear from this. First, unsurprisingly, there's a lot of concentration around London and Manchester, with Edinburgh getting a respectable look-in. This is pretty inevitable I suppose; major conurbations are going to get the major advances sooner than anyone else. Except... Does it really make sense that the places with the best communications already will get the best advances the most quickly? If I were living in a small village or something I don't suppose …

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The tabloid newspapers are full of it, some here in the UK even have the [URL="http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article2255989.ece"]Google Ocean image[/URL] on the front page. Hardly surprising when you consider that it would appear the Google mapping app has discovered the mythical underwater city of Atlantis. The image, taken from the [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3919.html"]recently launched[/URL] Google Ocean application, shows a grid of lines in a perfect rectangle about the size of the country of Wales. It was spotted by British aeronautical engineer Bernie Bamford, 600 miles off the west coast of Africa. It just so happens that the Madeira Abyssal Plane, off the coast of …

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