I have hundreds to thousands rows of data that includes the GPS coordinates of the specific location (includes building footprint and outside the building within the property survey boundaries as well as off the property boundaries) that an employee completed a task using a handheld device with GPS technology. Currently, to determine which GPS coordinates are within the building footprint or property survey boudaries, I have to copy and paste to an application such as google maps to identify the address.
So far I have found answers to how to calculate the midpoint in a series of GPS coordinates. However, I am trying to figure out how to identify which series of GPS coordinates are within a specific building footprint and property survey boundary using the "offifical" GPS coordinates of the address. By official, I mean GPS coordinates of the location when I input the address of the building in an application that provides the GPS coordinates, which I will use as the midpoint.
Can someone help me figure out how to either calculate or identify which GPS coordinates in my data are within the building footprint and/or property survey boundary from the midpoint?