A set of scripts to process Google location kml files to produce useful extracts of the information. More info at: http://www.bricoleur.org/2017/09/google-location-history-to-country-chart.html and, if you have any issues, please @message me on Twitter https://twitter.com/amac
reduce_kml.py -- takes a large Google location kml archive and reduces it to only points that are at least some amount of distance from the last one
get_addresses.py -- goes through a Google location kml archive (or reduced one) and makes a CSV with the timedate stamp and text version of that location
fuzz_addresses.py -- fuzzes the output of get_addresses to give only years and countries (optional)
make_country_chart.py -- takes the csv output of get_countries.py and outputs an HTML file containing a Google country chart annotated with the number of years since each country that has been visited was visited.
Note that get_countries.py expects to access your Google Location API key in a file called location_config.py.
That file should have one variable declared like so: my_Google_api_key = "YOUR-GOOGLE-LOCATION-API-KEY"
A template that file is provided for easy editing as: TEMPLATE_location_config.py