Polygon World Map Example

This time zone map is drawn dynamically and mathematically correct using the latitude/longitude polygon data available by subscription on our website.  It demonstrates drawing of polygon borders for each time zone and the simplicity of determining the correct time zone for a given pair of latitude and longitude coordinates. It should be noted that these are geo-political time zone borders and not country borders. Time zone borders take into account daylight saving time exceptions throughout the globe. Examples of this might be Argentina with 24 independently operating zones or the US state of Indiana with 2.

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