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Educative Information on GIS File Formats SHP, KML, KMZ and GML

 
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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a standard for encoding geographical information into computer files. It is commonly used in a number of fields including agriculture, planning, surveying as well as land and community development. Software applications supporting GIS format store geospatial data in vector and XML based file formats such as SHP, KML, KMZ and GML to be used by many other applications like Google Earth. Learn more on GIS formats at – http://bit.ly/gis-file-format-blog

For latest file format news and updates, please visit – http://bit.ly/2EnLe2E

FileFormat.com – Your File Format Guide

 
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