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dCode uses a map and locates GPS coordinates with their latitude and longitude in degree.

Example:45.678, -5.4321 will be positionned to latitude +45.678 and longitude -5.4321.

How to connect dots on a map?

With the connect the dots option, dCode proposes to draw a line between the points/GPS coordinate.

Sometimes the dots can form a pattern or a loop (the order of the points is important in this case).

What is the latitude?

The latitude is the angle of the point on the North-South axis, starting from 0° to the equator and going from -90° to the south pole and +90° to the north pole.

What is the longitude?

Longitude is the angle of the point on the West-East axis, starting from 0° on the GreenWich meridian and ranging from -180° west to +180° east.

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