With Google Maps Fusion Tables, users can add layers of additional information to their map. These layers are typically stored in CSVs, KMLs Spreadsheets, and data tables imported into the Fusion Table platform. The uploaded data is then converted into shapes (points, lines, or polygons) that can be easily visualized on Google Maps. This allows users to add an extra layer of context and insights to the existing maps.

With the display fusion layers in the google maps plugin, you can access your fusion tables data without any fuss and display it on a Google Map. This is a great way to present data visually so it’s easy to comprehend and interpret.

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