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Provide a interface to plotting data with Naver Maps with Python

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navmplot
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Plotting data on Naver Maps. Here's an example

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from navmplot import navmplot

# Place map
mymap = NaverMapPlotter(36.0207091, 127.9204629, 3, 'YOUR_API_KEY')

# Polyline
path = [(37.75,35.42,35.57,36.30,35.80,38.70),
(125.4,128.56,128.34,125.9,128.2,127.9)]
path2 = [[i+.1 for i in path[0]], [i+.12 for i in path[1]]]
mymap.plot(path[0], path[1], "plum", edge_width=10)
mymap.plot(path2[0], path2[1], "red")

# Scatter points
mymap.scatter(path[0],path[1],size=40000)

# Marker
mymap.marker(37.75,125.5,title='mymarker')

# Draw
mymap.draw('mymap.html')

.. image:: https://i.imgur.com/RxuqiX4.jpg


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Inspired by `gmplot by Michael Woods <https://github.com/vgm64/gmplot>`_


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