geodist - Golang package to compute the distance between two geographic latitude, longitude coordinates

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GoLang package to compute the distance between two geographic latitude, longitude coordinates. Vincenty is more accurate than Haversine because is considers the Earth's ellipticity when performing the calculation, but takes a longer time to compute.

https://github.com/jftuga/geodist

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