In the last Chapter, I demonstrated some of the ways in which you can visualize spatial information from SQL Server using applications such as Google Earth and Bing Maps. These tools are great for presenting a graphical interface to a dataset represented primarily by simple placement of cartographic features—via markers, lines, or shaded areas on a map—and are suitable in situations when you want the map to be the primary focus of user attention.
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