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As a free on-line solution for the conversion of CSV with WKB data you can use MyGeodata Converter. Just name your column with WKB data as "wkb" - like this example: id,name,wkb 1,Point 1,010100000000000000000048400000000000003340 2,Point 2,010100000000000000000046400000000000002E40 The WKB data will be automatically recognized based on the occurence of ...


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You can skip the CSV step and just go straight to shapefile using pgsql2shp, which is installed a part of PostGIS. You could also use ogr2ogr.


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I have recently had to perform the same transformation. I picked apart the formulas in the spreadsheet at http://www.ga.gov.au/scientific-topics/positioning-navigation/geodesy/geodetic-techniques/calculation-methods#heading-4 and have put together a Matlab function which can handle this, which is also vectorised to help chug through as many coordinates as ...


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The coordinates are in MGRS (Military Grid Reference System) which is a projected coordinate system. Those coordinates give you an accuracy of 0.1 meters since there are 10 trailing digits. You can batch convert the coordinates in online websites like this The first 3 charcters are the "grid zone desiganation" : 38R the next two characters are the ...


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The additional information in the kml file that you wish to use and you refer to as "metadata", could be in the KML jargon: Styles and Stylemaps ExtendedData Custom information in the Description field of a Placemark, usually in the form of html tables Since each kml file is an ASCII file, it can be processed via a text-processing script. According to ...


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This is giving you the lat/long for your geometry, but it looks like your data is in some sort of feet-based projection like state plane. If you're wanting to display the coordinates in a system that's readable by Google Maps, you'll need to transform the point. Not sure about the syntax for SDE in Oracle, but in PostGIS it's something similar to: ...


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For me; in the beginning TCX worked perfectly but suddenly the same thing happend to me so i tried this; after saving your .kml file from google earth, go to http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/elevation and load the file there. Click "Convert and Add Elevation," and output as a .gpx file. Download the link that it gives you and import that into TCX Converter. Do ...


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You can use the Translate tool which allows you to convert input rasters into RGB by setting the Expand option and selecting RGB. You can find the tool from the menu bar: Raster > Conversion > Translate



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