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There is nothing in your Question to suggest that you need to perform a conversion. Instead, I would try: point = osgeo.ogr.Geometry(osgeo.ogr.wkbPoint) point.SetPoint(0, 112.73091137, -7.2377761) The original values look like they are from a projected coordinate system whereas you appear to be receiving Twitter data in a geographic coordinate system but ...
SRID and EPSG codes correspond to each other, so you better look for the EPSG code which is easier to find on the Web. In your case it is NAD83 / UTM zone 10N With your box stored in a feature class, you can use arcpy.project_management() your coordinate system would be : out_coordinate_system = arcpy.SpatialReference("NAD 1983 UTM Zone 10N") Last but ...
You shouldn't need to specify transformForward. Just set the inSR to 4269 (from Geographic Coordinate Systems, for GCS_North_American_1983), and the outSR parameter to 3418.
You may check GRASS GIS 7 which comes with some Lidar support: http://grasswiki.osgeo.org/wiki/LIDAR#Micro-tutorial_for_LIDAR_data_analysis See therein: - DEM/DSM separation the simple way by selection of Lidar returns - DEM/DSM separation the more complex way The plan is to expand the Wiki page furthermore (users may edit).
LAStools! http://rapidlasso.com/lastools/ Super fast LiDAR processing tools (either standalone or as ArcGIS toolbox). They have a las2dem tool which can create output in any of these formats: BIL, ASC, IMG, FLT, XYZ, DTM, TIF, PNG or JPG. Enjoy.
There's this Leaflet plugin called omnivore that adds support for multiple formats like csv, kml, gpx, wkt and topojson. Hopefully, that will solve your problem. Good luck :)
Go Raster->Conversion->Translate and then set the output to ASCII XYZ from the drop-down menu when you specify the output file. An alternative ASCII format you may care to consider is the ESRI ASC format, which is smaller because it only lists the height (Z) and has a header which sets the raster origin and resolution. The Xand Y fields are now superfluous ...
LPK is a proprietary format, so conversion isn't possible. If you're looking for zip code boundaries in other formats, you should turn to the US Census Bureau: Go to: http://www.census.gov/cgi-bin/geo/shapefiles2013/main and choose "zip code tabulation area"
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