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Is there a simple free app or a site that you can just load a CSV file with coordinates in UTM and get a CSV file with coordinates in ESPG:2039?

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    What about QGIS or R?... Commented Jan 25 at 8:31
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    or ogr2ogr should do it
    – Ian Turton
    Commented Jan 25 at 9:41

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One is gdal. If your input in example is

id,easting,northing
1,325000,4256000
2,328000,4150000

you can run

ogr2ogr -f "CSV" output.csv input.csv \
-s_srs EPSG:32633 \
-t_srs EPSG:2039 \
-oo X_POSSIBLE_NAMES=easting -oo Y_POSSIBLE_NAMES=northing \
-lco GEOMETRY=AS_XY

to get

X Y id easting northing
-1729972.42067606 1611951.83316044 1 325000 4256000
-1751639.79879327 1502983.34025603 2 328000 4150000

Some notes:

  • -s_srs EPSG:32633 to set the source EPSG
  • -t_srs EPSG:2039 to set the target EPSG
  • -oo X_POSSIBLE_NAMES=easting -oo Y_POSSIBLE_NAMES=northing to set coordinates fields input
  • -lco GEOMETRY=AS_XY to set to have the output coordinates

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