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This is my first venture into GIS datasets. Welcome to the world of GIS! However, the X/Y co-ordinates in my dataset are Ordnance Survey (GB) Easting and Northing. Ordnance Survey provide a very useful conversion spreadsheet (https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/docs/support/projection-and-transformation-calculations.xls) to convert between ...


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I think you have a rather uncommon form of 1m-resolution OS grid coordinates. Here is my interpretation: The first letter, the T, represents a 500km by 500km square in SE England. The second letter, the Q, represents a 100km by 100km square within that (approx. London and and Sussex). The next two digits, the 38, represents a 10km by 10km square within ...


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Take a look a this question. I've used Blender GIS to import SHP files and it works pretty well. Blender GIS can import SHP files and make a Delaunay triangulation so you can have a surface from contour lines. Also, there is an addon that opens Open Street Maps on Blender! Just notice some details, like, for example, your SHP can't have NULL values. I'...



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