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OGC Standards are listed on the OGC Standards page. As you will see GeoJSON is not amongst them.


Could it be due to the typo in the line: <ogr:col>>#00248F</ogr:col>


Nope, not a OGC standard, but is great anyway. IETF Geographic JSON Working Group The Internet Engineering Task Force, in conjunction with the original specification authors, has formed the Geographic JSON WG to standardize the format. Work continues on GitHub at


Yes, using the command line ogr2ogr tool. For example, given a "roads.shp" file, you could convert it using the following: ogr2ogr -f GML roads.gml roads.shp ogr2ogr provides a large array of options, so you might want to review them prior to executing. You can also use the tool to create only a subset of the input data and also reproject the output.

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