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Scripts you develop in the Code Editor are sent to Google for processing and the generated map tiles and/or messages are sent back for display in the Map and/or Console tab. All you need to run the Code Editor is a web browser (use Google Chrome for best results) and an internet connection.How do I get a URL link from Earth Engine?
When the URL is visited by someone with an Earth Engine account, the browser will navigate to the Code Editor and replicate the environment as it was when the link was created, including code, imports, map layers, and map position. Clicking the “Get Link” button will automatically copy the script link to the clipboard.How do I enable access to Earth Engine data?
If you have not already, you will need to enable access by logging in using a registered Google account. Navigate to the Scripts tab located on the far left of the Code Editor. There you will find a collection of example scripts that access, display, and analyze Earth Engine data.