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Those are probably geographic coordinates, probably WGS84. Try it with http://projfinder.com/


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Solution for ArcGis (you will need the 3D analyst extension). 1) Load the .asc file in ArcMap. 2) In the Arctoolbox - > Conversion Tool > From KML to Layer (to transform the KML in a file suitable for ArcGis). The new file automatically loads in ArcMap 3) Right click on your converted road and select "Convert feature to graphics" 4) Select the created ...


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If you have a partitioned drive you can make your life easy by working from the "D"-drive or whatever, as paths originating from there donĀ“t contain your username.



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