Questions on the application of Mathematica to geography, including the use of the CountryData[] and CityData[] functions. Not to be confused with geodesy.

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Using J/Link to decode Google Maps Polyline strings

I would like to use this java code inside Mathematica using J/Link. It converts Google Maps API Encoded Polylines to a list of points. I tried the Mathematica tutorial but got lost. There is the Java ...
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CountryData and the areas of the world

If I add the WaterArea and the LandArea of the world, I get the same number as if I asked for the total area of the world in the first place: ...
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Highlighting individual countries on a world map

Consider the following list of countries which I would like to highlight on a world map: ...
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Using Texture to color countries according to their timezones

So I'm trying to make a world map, where each country is colored according to its timezone. Except, for countries with multiple timezones, the country is filled with vertical stripes of colors ...
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Google Map in Notebooks?

Using Mark McClure's GPXToGoogleMap results in a HTML and Javascript code which can be viewed by any browser. Is it possible to load this map into the notebook, which obviously means for example that ...