This map allows you to geographically locate your IP address or that of your choice. Just change the address in question in the frame. The IP address, here version 4, is the number that corresponds to the identity of your device on the Internet. For more details, an article was written about it on our site mon-ip.co. It is through this number that data via the network reaches your device. Here is some additional information below.
Both longitude and latitude are angular values. These values should not be confused with the 'x' and 'y' data, which are used on a graph and not on a rounded form to refer to the earth. One signifies the positioning of a straight line between the cardinal points North and South (Latitude) by a value between -90° and 90°. The negative values correspond to the southern part of the hemisphere and therefore the negative values to the north of the hemisphere. The other will correspond to the position of a line between the cardinal points West and East (Longitude), the West corresponding to negative values and the East to positive values ranging from -180° to 180°. Thanks to these two lines which are parallel we will be able to determine a point which will be the crossing point of these two lines.