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You can use the srsName= string to get the polyline from the WFS in lat/lon coordinates from the start. Alternatively, provided that you've read the coordinate strings into Python as arrays x and y, you can do import pyproj prj = pyproj.Proj(PROJ4_STRING) lon, lat = prj(x, y, inverse=True) where PROJ4_STRING is the libproj SRS string for the original ...
From http://www.qgistutorials.com/en/docs/using_gme_connector.html: Warning As of 29 January, 2015 Google Maps Engine has stopped creation of new free accounts. If you already have a Maps Engine account, the Google Maps Engine Connector will continue to work till 29 January, 2016. https://mapsengine.google.com/about/index.html has yet another discontinue ...
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