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Yes. QGIS: the QuickWKT plugin. The description of the tool is as follows: Quick WKT/WKB viewer, this Qgis Plugin opens a dialog where the user can paste (E)WKT and WKB code and see it on the map. Pasted data are stored in a temporay (memory) layer and are completely lost when the user quits QGIS. Wicket: if you need/want to do this in the ...



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