Scrape latitude and longitude data from a Google Maps link

If you have the URL to a Google Maps link, you can easily get the latitude and longitude data from it.

1. Go to the Google Maps link and add a command to Extract the page URL.

Or, Select the link to the Google Maps page from another page, and Extract the src attribute.

2. Enable the use regex box on the Extract command.

3. Input this command into the regex box to scrape the latitude data: \@([\d\.]*)

4. Repeat steps 1–3 for the longitude data, but use this expression for step 3 instead: \@[\d\.]*\,([\d\.]*)

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