I have a
.csv file of coordinates that looks like this:
Is there a way for QGIS to plot coordinates formatted like this? I've tried Adding a Delimited Text Layer... in QGIS, but do not see any options appropriate for this format:
I am able to use a GPS Coordinate Converter website to convert that data to Decimal Degrees, Degrees, Minutes & Seconds, and UTM. For example, inputting
N39.56.854 W074.28.013 outputs a latitude of
39.947567, and longitude of
-74.466883. However, I would like to stay in QGIS and make the same conversion.
Things I've tried:
Created a new
.csvthat has formatting that matches the output of coordinate conversion site mentioned above, and with separated lat-long columns:
However, using the QGIS Add Delimited Text Layer... option yields no visualization of the points.