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Given that VBA is a programming language, in theory, it is possible to process a KMZ file. However, you must first unzip it from binary into KML format. Maybe look at how-to-parse-process-a-kmz-file and Read From Binary Files in Visual Basic for inspiration. Then you need to parse this hierarchically structured KML data and reconcile it with the relationally ...


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This is a part of the "median line" problem of maritime boundaries. I consider the solution of this problem using the azimuthal equidistant projection in Section 14 of Geodesics on an ellipsoid of revolution. Implementation of the general azimuthal equidistant projection is given by GeographicLib (for C++ and MATLAB). There are implementations of basic ...


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I'm not sure what app. you used to create the kml from the excel file but in simplistic terms you will need to embed a name tag within a Placemark tag to show label for each point, see example xml below (label in this example is "Untitled Placemark"): <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <kml xmlns="http://www.opengis.net/kml/2.2" ...


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I think the 'SU' is specific to the data set its part of a field name so its likely a acronym or abbreviation, for example it could stand for 'Specific Use' or 'Southern Utah' or 'State University'(these are just examples). As for my guess it might be 'Standards Unit'; Standards Unit: Within each silviculture prescription or site plan each block may be ...


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The process seems to involve two steps: KML To Layer to convert a KML file to a geodatabase feature class (it cannot create a shapefile as output) Feature Class To Feature Class to convert a geodatabase feature class to a shapefile Consequently you should be able to: open a new model drag these two tools in join the output of 1. to the input of 2. ...



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