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Victor Posted - 07/02/2017 : 15:20:46
Hi everybody.
I have Excel file with coordinates , save it to csv file.
And next I do not know what input format for coordinate to use.
Excel file has coordinate format Deg Min Secs.
For example(3918'40.5756", 10217'30.4656").
Can anybody help me? Example of excel file.
Can I use another column with Excel file , like place , name etc ?
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okmap Posted - 25/09/2018 : 14:14:45
I don't remember the context of discussion.
However every time you use in OkMap a coordinates box, you can copy the coordinates (and then paste in another coordinates box) using the context manu available in itself.
The coordinates box is a panel where you can choose the format of the coordinates (it has several tabs on the top).
LinwoodK Posted - 25/09/2018 : 12:48:50
Hi Gian Paulo, what do you mean exactly by "you can paste them after conversion?" Just copy and paste?
Victor Posted - 07/02/2017 : 19:34:42
Ok,Gian.
Thanks a lot. I'll try to do so.
okmap Posted - 07/02/2017 : 18:28:32
Use different columns for degrees, minutes and seconds without special characters (first longitude then latitude); example:
102;17;30.4656;39;18;40.5756
Select "Degrees, minutes, decimal seconds" option.
Other columns will be ignored; you can paste them after conversion.

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