Given GPS coordinates, I to determine if they are in NYC, and (hopefully) zip code, street address, and other related information. I would like the GPS data to 3 decimal places.

My dream output is a table: GPS-coor , zip-code, street address

More generally, given the 'administrative name' of a locality, I would like to be able to extract the corresponding data.

I'm early in my project and have no idea how to proceed.

asked 10 Nov '14, 13:00

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this is called reverse geocoding. search for "reverse geocoding" on this web site, you might find the answer you need.

(10 Nov '14, 15:05) escada

Thanks. It looks like I've got most of what I need. Now I need to learn KML so I can use it.

(10 Nov '14, 17:36) lenB
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