|How do I import UTM coordinates?||Bluebur||5/7/09 2:15 PM|
I use UTMs, not latitude / longtitude. If I have a UTM coordinate, how do I directly go to that location?
|Re: How do I import UTM coordinates?||barryhunter||5/7/09 3:50 PM|
Enter it in the box here:
|Re: How do I import UTM coordinates?||Bluebur||5/7/09 4:32 PM|
Thank-you, that is somewhat helpful. Do you know of any way to import an Excel table with a bunch of UTM points?
|Re: How do I import UTM coordinates?||barryhunter||5/8/09 12:37 PM|
I don't know of any personally.
I would be possible for someone to create a little script that did the conversion (via the nearby api or otherwise)
|Re: How do I import UTM coordinates?||ikal||5/25/09 3:03 PM|
You might be interested in Plex.Mark!, a free plug-in for Google Earth which creates a placemark or get the coordinates for any location in >2000 coordinate systems.
Take a look here:
|Re: How do I import UTM coordinates?||barryhunter||5/26/09 10:17 PM|
Adding a direct link:
ikal, if its your site please add some screenshots of the application in action. it looks interesting, but want to see how it works first.
|Re: How do I import UTM coordinates?||ikal||5/28/09 11:50 AM|
It has an almost straighforward functionallity.
I just posted a video tutorial in our web site blog:
I hope you find it useful and I would be very glad to hear your comments.
|Re: How do I import UTM coordinates?||GeorgeWagner||8/24/09 7:53 AM|
I like the Nearby.org tool. It does exactly what I need. Is there a way to put it on my Google Earth page, so that students don't have to enter coordinates on one site and see them on another?