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I would like to automatically convert from a Degree - minute - second system to WGS84 EPSG:32632. I have a CSV with these kind of values:

LATITUDINE  LONGITUDINE
46°01’24,7” 11°13’47,5”
45°42’07,5” 10°55’11,3”
46°01’37,6” 11°06’41,7”
46°15’03,7” 11°11’00,1”

and I would like to automatically convert them. There is a way? They are a lot, if not I would do with a normal converter... I try to import them in QGIS (but only a few of them works) and export them in some way, but I sincerely do not understand how to. Any suggestion? Thanks!

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If you are running QGIS 2.0.1, you can import the data as delimited text layer.

It offers you to select DMS Coordinates, comma as decimal separator and EPSG:4326 as CRS.

Once you have the data loaded, you can rightclick on the layer -> Save as and choose EPSG:32632 for the output file.

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