I'm very new to using GIS platforms.
I've sourced some spatial data for a archaeological project from the 'Portable Antiquities Scheme' website. There was a KML file available to download.
I'm not really familiar with KML file formats at all. From my understanding they don't import easily into QGIS (which is the GIS platform I'm using for my project), so you have to open them in Google Earth Pro and then save as a shapefile which you can then import into QGIS?
I've encountered a problem though in that I can't bring the KML file into Google Earth. I get a error a message which states:
... Junk after document element.
From a general google search I understand there might be something wrong with the formatting of the KML file possibly?