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Miles around You

Make a map showing whats within a given distance of your location.

Run the code to find your location:

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Here gives the location where the Wolfram Language thinks your computer is:

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The location gives your {latitude, longitude} coordinates.

Latitude goes from -90 to 90 and gives your angular distance below or above the equator.

Longitude goes from -180 to 180 and gives your angular distance around the poles from Greenwich, England.

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Make a map of your location:

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Draw a 5-mile disk around your location. Try other sizes of disks, like 1,000 feet or 1,000 miles:

Hint: to change the contents of the natural language input box, click it, and edit the contents.

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Draw a disk on the map centered on your location with a radius of 5 miles. To specify the radius, type += to get a natural language language box and type 5 miles:

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