i been doing some of quiznos subs and i would like to know to gave the information like the city, phone number and other information ??i see other POI i download has all that information like home depot ...i dont think they did one by one cuz that takes time!!!to put all infor ,so let me know how u did cuz i doing from google earth but i dont want to doing one by one!!
please anyone knows the answer?
I don't understand what you are asking.
Are you asking WHERE people get the information for the POI locations like the phone number, etc?
Most times people get that from the website of the restaurant, store, etc. and then input it into the POI file.
yes mama but how they doing wheen add to google earth 10 each then i dont know where exxacly right order!! plus that mean i have to doing one by one...that is take lot of time
I believe "realtriplev" wants instruction on how to take a list of many locations (all Quiznos locations for example, with all the info) and geocode and create a poi file all in one swoop.
Some "stores" only have limited "store location" functions on their web sites. Such as "search by zip code" and not a list of entire US locations. Finding these locations will take more time.
Instead of "doing one by one."
edit: on the quiznos web site, find a location, select "United States", and "state/province" and "city" to All it will return the following:
4630 Stores Found Page 1 of 926
so now, I'm sure he's asking, how to get these 4630 locations geocoded and placed into a proper poi file with the address/phone numbers etc.
lsmonop , thanks for that one that is what i'm try to said ...i dont know how to do that!!!
Me too! I'm a new user and would like to contribute, but so far I haven't seen any instructions on "how to"
I think that we have that info in the faq area. Let me know if you still need help.
realtriplev and basneed11
There are more ways to create poi files than there is to skin a cat.
Everyone seems to have their own prefered method to do this. You will have to try the different methods and then you will resort to the most efficient way that suits your needs.
I prefer the more slow and accurate method and basically do one at a time. If you wish to code a "batch" of addresses, hang in there a minute and I'm sure there will be plenty of help on the way.
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