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just today I came across this web tool which calculates distances
between each pair of locations for up to 20 locations via Excel sheets:
I haven't done it by myself, but it seems to meet Your needs.
Am 29.03.2011 14:11, schrieb <Roberto Dandi>:
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> Hi all,
> I have collected data about advice relationships among few hundreds primary care physicians whose offices are distributed across a territory. Based on the addresses of the physician offices, which I have, I would like to create also a geographical distance network, where the generic cell "i" shows the miles / kilometres between the generic pair of physicians.
> I know a way to do this manually (pair by pair) on Google Maps. Is there an automatic (and hopefully free of charge) way to do this?
> Thanks a lot
> Roberto Dandi, PhD
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