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    Friday
    Jun182004

    Geocoding

    INFO VISUALIZATION: If I had a nickel every time I needed to know the Longitude and Latitude of an address, I wouldn't have any nickels. Still, Geocoder.us is awesome... If only I could find a reason to need it.



    Geocoding is the process of estimating a latitude and longitude for a given location. Geocoder.us is a public service providing free geocoding of addresses and intersections in the United States. The geocoding service relies on Geo::Coder::US, a Perl module available for download from the CPAN.







    (Via Eyebeam reBlog)

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