Using SAS® to Build Web Pages Linking Photographs with Google Maps
Many of us at least occasionally take a picture with either a digital camera or cell phone. And some of us, be it for work, a SAS user group, or for personal use, end up posting some of our pictures on a web page. JPG files can contain a lot more information than just the pictures one sees, including such data as when and where pictures were taken, titles, picture heights and widths, and many of our camera’s settings. This paper includes all of the base SAS code needed to create web pages that show one’s pictures, in date taken order, with links that, when clicked, will cause Google Earth to show you to where the pictures were taken.
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