## Search two separate places or range and extract specific keyword or number to populate cell in Google Sheets from a disorganized List

I’m attempting to take apart an unorganized list in a single column, separating it by keywords into columns and rows so that the data can be usable – to maybe make a graph or analyze trends. The trouble I’m having, in general, is the keyword I’m searching for may not be on the exact line I expect it to be, but only one cell either up or down. Is it possible If a match isn’t detected in A2 in would also check A3?

So far I can only get it to search a single cell, but not a range of cells, like A2:A3 and extracts on row 2 inthe appropriate column

Much appreciated if anyone can point me in the right direction

## nt.number theory – What happens to this cubic field \$mathbb{Q}[x]/(x^3 – 100x +1)\$ if we only have finitely many decimal places?

I am looking through the `SAGE` instruction manual. What does it mean that $$mathbb{Q}(x)/(x^3 – 100x +1)$$ has three real places? How do I get the absolute values? I believe we just take $$x in mathbb{R}$$ and use the absolute value $$|cdot|$$ so there are three different absolute values we could put.

• $$x approx -10.005dots$$
• $$x approx 0.0100dots$$
• $$x approx 9.995dots$$

The disclaimer is that there are only 53 decimal place precision. What kind of mathematical object do get get if we truncate at finitely many decimal places? The roots $$a,b,c$$ have some constraints.

• $$a+b+c = -10 + 0.01 + 0.99 = 0$$
• $$ab + bc + ca = 0.01times(dots) + 9.99times-10.0 = 100$$
• $$abc = 9.995 times 10.001 times 0.01 = 1$$

So these constraints are “close to” being solved. There are three real places here and I have not include the prime places yet.

https://doc.sagemath.org/html/en/reference/number_fields/sage/rings/number_field/number_field.html

Here’s the print-out:

``````sage: F.<alpha> = NumberField(x^3-100*x+1) ; F.places()
(Ring morphism:
From: Number Field in alpha with defining polynomial x^3 - 100*x + 1
To:   Real Field with 106 bits of precision
Defn: alpha |--> -10.00499625499181184573367219280,
Ring morphism:
From: Number Field in alpha with defining polynomial x^3 - 100*x + 1
To:   Real Field with 106 bits of precision
Defn: alpha |--> 0.01000001000003000012000055000273,
Ring morphism:
From: Number Field in alpha with defining polynomial x^3 - 100*x + 1
To:   Real Field with 106 bits of precision
Defn: alpha |--> 9.994996244991781845613530439509)
``````

## annotations – Finding nearby Table I: Place Types in proximity to user’s current location using Google Places API on iOS – SwiftUI

Problem: I’m pretty new to SwiftUI and to coding mobile in general so far, but I’m attempting to create an app that finds ONLY nearby place types (restaurants, parks, cafes) from the Table I Place Types Google Places API offers: place types. These locations would appear in the radius around the user’s current location and each place would be annotated with a marker/annotation automatically when the app is opened (no search bar is used). There would also be a refresh icon on the screen that would update these Table I place type locations (restaurants, parks, cafes…) around the blue pin marker, as done in the tutorial.

What I’ve Tried: I have been searching on Google, Stackoverflow, and Github for examples or tutorials with the tutorial by raywenderlich coming the closest to providing the answer. My only issue with this: tutorial is that it is coded partly using storyboards (which is something I want to avoid for now). If someone can steer me into the right direction on how to implement the fetchPlaces function in the MapViewController into the new SwiftUI (without using storyboards, if possible), I would greatly appreciate it, as I am really struggling to figure it out on my own and with the help of Google’s documentation.

This image is taken from the raywenderlich tutorial as an example. It shows ONLY restaurants and cafes in a radius around the user’s current location on opening the app. The refresh icon in the top left corner refreshes these locations around the blue pin marker in the middle of the screen on the map.

P.S: I have tried using Apple’s MapKit instead of Googles Maps SDK for iOS, also with no success. However, any advice using MapKit instead of Google Maps would also be appreciated. Either or is fine with me.

## what is the difference from these two places? Import own publishing resource list

what is the difference from these two places? Import own publishing resource list

I’ve recently came across a post claiming that the following images are taken in Canada. A quick Google search told me that the first image is Spirit Island and the last is Moraine Lake. Third image was once (further images reuploads failed) identified as
Cass Scenic Railroad State Park. Are those accurate findings? These places look gorgeous.

Spirit Island (identified by Google, map location):

Moraine Lake (identified by Google, map location):

Cass Scenic Railroad State Park (identified by Google, map location, but not of exactly this place):

Google failed to identify these two images:

Can someone confirm or otherwise name the locations?

## react js – First API request, what are common places I should look into?

I’m not a web developer, neither very techie. But I manage to learn the basics of react for an idea I had before.

I want to display some data related to COVID. Is there any web you would recomment me for getting data, with an easy API interface? I don’t mind much what data do they provide, as long as it is a simple interface

Even if you don’t provide me a link, but some strategy to find simple APIs would be welcome. If you just googling like I’m doing now it would be good to know too, as I’m not sure about what approaches are common and what are not.

## what other places do you go to for hosting reviews?

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## hiking – Good glamping places in the lake district

We are 4 friends looking for a place to stay in the lake district for 4 days mid September. Since the weather can be rainy, we are looking for a hut/cabin or similar (instead of just camping in a tent which was the initial idea), where we could stay in during rainy weather, with a cooking facility if possible. We are looking for a place that feels very close to nature and is close to a lake or good hikes. Do you have any recommendations? We will have a car to get there so don’t rely on public transportation.

## online resources – How can I find out which places are most often frequented in a given area, preferably with a way to categorize places (e.g., restaurant or market)?

How can I find out which places are most often frequented in a given area, preferably with a way to categorize places (e.g., restaurant or market)? If country-specific, I’m looking for Thailand.

I first thought of looking at which location has the most reviews/ratings in a given area on Google Maps, but I’m told that using review counts on Google Maps a good approximation for the popularity of a location. What other solutions exist?

The motivations as a traveler to find out which places are most often frequented are well stated in https://www.top-rated.online/ (mirror):

When you travel to a new city, it takes time till you find your new
favorite place or visit what’s best here. You will want to visit the
best places there are, but it is so difficult to find them!

The most reviewed and top rated places are ones that you can trust.
But take everything with a grain of salt.

There are also many hidden gems that are extremely good, but are not
that popular. Also, always keep an eye on worst reviewed places and
tourist traps that you should avoid.

## How can i create Google Maps API key (Maps, Routes, Places)?

I own a website which is a business listing service. But the Google Maps aren’t showing. Even though i created an API, which my wordpress themes