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Geocoding - definitions

Geocoding - geocoding is the process of assigning geographic information, such as latitude and longitude, to street addresses and other map locations.

Source: NextMark, 08 August 2009 11:05:23, ?glossaryTermId=a0800000000F0lHAAS External

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geocoding - Geocoding refers to the assignment of alphanumeric codes or coordinates to geographically reference data provided in a textual format. Examples are the two letter country codes and coordinates computed from addresses.

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Source: Open Geospatial Consortium, 15 June 2011 07:55:47, External

geocoding - [geocoding] A GIS operation for converting street addresses into spatial data that can be displayed as features on a map, usually by referencing address information from a street segment data layer.

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Source: esri, 27 April 2012 08:39:51, External 

Geocoding - A geospatial process Invaluable for those who wish to match their business information to a geographic element. As an example, the issuance of a parking ticket (containing an address) can be spatially related to the City's geography by the address on the ticket.

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Source: City of Toronto, 24 November 2013 09:05:41, External

Geocoding - The act of looking up a postcode, address or location to determine its geographic position and other administrative data (see Geodata). A typical scenario would be to "geocode your store addresses" so you can plot them on a website map for your customers.

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Allies, 12 December 2014 13:29:08, External






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