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For technical reasons, you need to know the seed of your world to use Seed Map, unless, of course, you want to find a seed for a new world. If you're playing SSP, the app is able to fetch the seed from your savegame. Alternatively, you can use the /seed command ingame. In SMP, you can use the same command if you have sufficient rights. Otherwise, however, you're dependent on the server owner, who started the world and has access to the savegame and config files.

Below the seed and version, you can also choose the Minecraft dimension that you want to view (Overworld, Nether or End). This, and the version you use, will affect which features can be enabled. To toggle certain features, click on the icons in the features box just above the map.

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Google Earth is a free program from Google that allows you to "fly" over a virtual globe and view the Earth through high-resolution graphics and satellite images. It is greatly superior to static maps and satellite images. Google Earth gives you a drone's-eye view of the world below.

Google Earth is the world's most detailed globe and one of the most frequently downloaded programs in the history of the internet. Within minutes you will be zooming in on your hometown and taking visual excursions to our planet's most visited or most remote places.

As part of the journey towards our vision to make everyone discover how fun it is to explore the world, Seterra has now become a part of GeoGuessr. GeoGuessr will continue to develop and improve Seterra. Initially, Seterra will work just as before, but we intend to launch a number of improvements and new fantastic geography games, exercises and quizzes.

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Curated Guides are lists of places created by trusted partners to help you find great places to eat, shop, meet friends, or just explore. Maps offers more than 1000 curated Guides in cities around the world. In iOS 15, tap Explore Guides in Maps to see Guides recommended by Maps editors.

2.) In Purple - I set one world map to a Web App, then cloned it. Went into the Json of the clone and changed the Application ID to point to the Mobile App - This did not work as you do not see any data now in the clone.

Like the actual GeoBee, this quiz game asks you questions about geography, asks you to identify locations on a world map, and in the bonus round shows you photographs of famous places and asks you to identify their locations. This is a really advanced, challenging game- but the older elementary crowd will get better and better the more they practice!

Hi, we developed an interactive map for younger kids (3-6 years old). Would love to hear your thoughts on it based on your experience. -world-map-for-kids-white-continents-symbols-landmarks-and-animals. If you like we can send you one for your review.

I developed a free quiz app for android device. The quiz shows list of capital cites of the world and you would have to find out which country it belongs to. You can get some hints like see the flag of that country, see what the neighbour countries are etc to find the answer. Hope the android users can try it. =com.hellothupten.capital2countryquiz

Great article, nice to see all those apps! How about the Our world puzzle game is great learnig tool for kids learning the world geography qnd bit of the space. Also a good one from the same developer US Puzzle educational geography puzzle game learnig the states and cities of america.

Nations of the world use updating land cover data to track progress towards their Nationally Determined Contributions to support the Paris Agreement. Dynamic World and its derivatives can provide near realtime insights, such as exactly which ecosystems need protection, where changes are taking place, and what the implications on the future are.

WorldWind is a planetary globe 3D engine. WorldWind allows application developers to quickly and easily createinteractive visualizations of geographical information in a 3D planetary context. Organizations around the world useWorldWind to monitor weather patterns, visualize cities and terrain, track vehicle movements, analyzegeospatial data and educate humanity about the Earth.

Develop a world-class WorldWind application for your Android phone or tablet. Instructions,tutorials, and examples are available on the project's home page. TheWorldWind Android GitHub repositorycontains the library and code.

At the global scale, the world population density map highlights the immense concentration of humanity in India and China. Both countries have a population of 1.4 billion, with India set to move ahead of China and reach 1.5 billion by 2030. While India has many of the world's largest cities, it retains a huge rural population of around 900 million people.

If we zoom in on India (click on links to focus the map), we can see the complexity of rural, peri-urban and urban landscapes, with thousands and thousands of villages, towns and cities in an intricate hierarchy. This is particularly the case along the Ganges plain in northern India, stretching nearly 2000km from just east of Delhi to Dhaka in Bangladesh. This is the world's largest agricultural region, supporting a population of around 450 million people in India and 120 million in Bangladesh.

In the last thirty years, China has undergone the largest process of urbanisation in history. This process has created several of the world's biggest megacity regions, mainly located on the coast, as the economic growth of these cities has been based on manufacturing for exports, business services, and increasingly high-technology industries. In the Pearl River Delta, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Donguan have fused together to create a megacity region of 50m people (60m if Hong Kong and Macau are included). This 'Greater Bay Area' has grown from population of only 10m in 1980. A second megacity region is in the Yangtze River Delta, based around Shangai. Shanghai alone has a population of 28m, from a base of less than 7m in 1980.Another related form of megaregion comes from areas of dense agriculture that begin to urbanise with looser patterns of small scale industry. McGee first used the term desakota ("village-city") in relation to the incredible form of Java in Indonesia, with the densities of urban hinterlands greatly exceeding Western cities but with activity patterns remaining dispersed and linked to agriculture. Similar desakota patterns can be seen in Kolkata, Dhaka, Lahore, and increasingly in several regions of Sub-Saharan Africa including Nigeria and surrounding Lake Victoria, though with much diversity in each case.

Urban densities are linked to cultures of living, with regions such as Latin America, South Asia and East Asia noted for high density urban forms. Higher population densities are also more prevalent in the Global South, as countries with poorer transport infrastructure need to use housing more intensively. The highest density cities in the world are in South Asia and Africa, such as Mumbai, Dhaka, Cairo and Kinshasa (note this depends how density is measured- see the Analysis page).

Another important aspect of density is its relationship with travel demand and energy use. There are many examples of huge urban regions at very low densities, most evidently in the USA with metro regions such as Atlanta and Houston. Unsurprisingly these cities have the highest rates of transport energy use and carbon emissions in the world.

Different countries around the world have radically different settlement patterns. If we look at the USA, which is renowned for lower density suburban living, the bar chart of population by density class peaks at 1-2km2.

If you zoom in on the map, then city level statistics can be viewed. The city boundaries are defined using urban centres from the GHSL Settlement Model data. This city definition is based on land use (built-up area and population density) rather than political/administrative boundaries, and emphasises continuous urban regions. The world's largest city regions using this definition are shown below-

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a different part of the world? What would the weather be like? What kinds of animals would you see? Which plants live there? By investigating these questions, you are learning about biomes.

Whether started by humans (farming, logging, or accidents) or by nature (lightning), fires are always burning somewhere on Earth. These maps show the locations of fires burning around the world each month.

Interactive maps are just one of the many free features of World Anvil, the award-winning worldbuilding platform, campaign manager and novel writing software! Make sure you check it out!

It is hard to represent our spherical world on flat piece of paper. Cartographers use something called a "projection" to morph the globe into 2D map. The most popular of these is the Mercator projection.

This app was created by James Talmage and Damon Maneice. It was inspired by an episode of The West Wing and an infographic by Kai Krause entitled "The True Size of Africa". We hope teachers will use it to show their students just how big the world actually is.

The Left Map presents the place for which you want to find the antipodal point. The Right Map shows the antipodal point for the selected location on the left map.Type in the search box the country, city, address, zip code or geographical coordinates, press the Find button and our "man" will dig a tunnel from selected location on the Left Map, right through the center of the Earth, up to the other side of the world which will be represented on Right Map.

The Worldmap Panel is a tile map of the world that can be overlaid with circles representing data points from a query. It can be used with time series metrics, with geohash data from Elasticsearch or data in the Table format.

The endpoint used here is for the demo version of worldPing - -proxy/raintank-worldping-app/api/v2/probes/locations. If you have your own endpoint defined it must be reachable from the client side, as it is approached by client's browser.


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