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    Latitude/Longitude on map

    How for this article:

    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph..._Bluetooth_GPS

    implements maps and show latitude and longitude on the map

    thanks for help

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    Re: Latitude/Longitude on map

    Are you asking that how can you display the map for the location you get from the GPS?
    If yes, you could check what kind of APIs some map providers provide for that (Google maps for example)

    Hartti

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    Re: Latitude/Longitude on map

    I have own map. i would like implement map for this code.

    thanks

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    Re: Latitude/Longitude on map

    Sorry, I am not following completely...

    If you have a map and in the wiki article it is told how to get the coordinates from GPS... then... what is the problem?

    Please, be much more specific in your question

    Hartti

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    Re: Latitude/Longitude on map

    I have raster map and i don`t know how coordinates from Gps show on this map
    latitude/longitude for pixel

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    Re: Latitude/Longitude on map

    You need the coordinates from the opposite edges of the map (top/left edge and bottom/right edge) then you could do a linear interpolation and aproximate a latitude/longitude for each pixel.

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    Re: Latitude/Longitude on map

    how do this
    I have the coordinates from the opposite edges of the map in file *.map
    pixel Latitude/longitude
    Point01,xy, 40, 735 327000, 5528000,N
    Point02,xy, 6684, 132 374000, 5531000,N
    Point03,xy, 6805, 4664 374000, 5531000,N
    Point04,xy, 571, 4688 330000, 5500000,N

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    Re: Latitude/Longitude on map

    please explain what al those strings mean ?
    Point01 : guess this is the name
    xy : the format ???
    40 : x coordinate ???
    735 : y coordinate ???
    327000 : latitude in which format ?? NMEA82 ??? Is it decimal or hours/minutes format ???
    5528000 : same as above... latitude or longitude
    N

    It actually doesnt look like a standard NMEA string so some explanation would be pretty usefull if u ask me

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    Re: Latitude/Longitude on map

    That format is a bit ambiguous. Could you please explain what does these strings mean?

    Also if the first two numbers are the coordinates of the map the image will be too big to load on many phones (6684 x 4688) and also those coordinates are not defining a rectangle, so the interpolation will be harder.

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    Re: Latitude/Longitude on map

    On this link are fotos file *.map and *.set. Map calibrate OziExplorer
    http://wislawielka.pl/home/

    thanks

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    Re: Latitude/Longitude on map

    hhmm...
    this isnt all very clear...
    maybe its just me but I dont understand what u want nor why ur pointing to an url with lots of gibberish...

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