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🗺️GIS: What is Reverse Geocoding?
What is reverse geocoding?
Reverse geocoding is the process of converting latitude and longitude coordinates into a meaningful address. Reverse geocoding is commonly used for mapping purposes, but it can also be used to find addresses based on location.
Why would I want to use reverse geocoding?
There are many reasons why you might want to use reverse geocoordinates. Example #1: You have a list of addresses and need to know where they are located.
Example #2: You have an address and need to find out what city it's in.
Example #3: You have latitude and longitude coordinates of a place and want to find out where it is.
You may use my free open source software library at GitHub for reverse geocoding. KhanGoogleGeocoder
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