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Your data is in a projected coordinate system, and the units you're getting from STY and STX are returning values in the units of that coordinate system (probably feet). Unfortunately MSSQL Server doesn't support projecting your data on the fly like PostGIS does. So what you'll have to do - if possible - is to load a copy of your data projected to WGS84 ...
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I wasn't able to locate an API method in QGIS to do it, but there is a GDAL function: GDALRasterizeGeometries (there are a couple of variants.) This method is used internally by gdal_rasterize.
bugmenot123 already mentioned it, but ogr2ogr can convert between shapefiles and kml. There's another post that covers how to convert between the two.
The wikipedia page for the BUFR format suggests some libraries that can be used to convert the data. (but some of the links seem to be outdated) Perhaps some of those libraries could be used to convert the data to a desired format (or to some other format that can then be converted to Geotiff/others using GDAL/OGR)?
In gvSIG 2.2, the last version of gvSIG, you can export .shp to .kml You can download gvSIG 2.2 and its manual from here: http://www.gvsig.com/en/products/gvsig-desktop/downloads Best, Alvaro Anguix http://www.gvsig.com/en/community/mailing-lists
If anyone is still ever looking at this and are interested in scripting instead of batching, you can use the glob module in python to search through your directory that contains the .csv's, and then use one of the arc tools (feature class to feature class, copy features, etc.) as mentioned above. You can download the glob module for free, but I think it ...
There is still no simple solution to this conversion issue. It has been asked here multiple times in the last several years: kml-in-qgis-with-additional-data preserving-attributes-during-kml2shp-conversion-in-arcgis-for-desktop convert-kml-to-shapefile-without-losing-attribute-data esri's explanation for their KmltoLayer conversion tool: "As the ...
You may want to write a python script to achieve this using SearchCursor and SHAPE@WKT key word. for row in arcpy.da.SearchCursor("PolygonLayer", ["SHAPE@WKT"]): print row Refer ESRI complete example here http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//002z0000001t000000 import arcpy infc = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(0) # Enter for loop ...
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