Free online converter for GIS – CAD and Raster data

MyGeodata Converter is an online service that facilitates the data conversion between different formats.

coordenates conversion

For now, the service recognizes 22 vector input formats:

  • ESRI Shapefile
  • Arc/Info Binary Coverage
  • Arc/Info .E00 (ASCII) Coverage
  • Microstation DGN (Versión 7)
  • MapInfo File
  • Comma Separated Value (.csv)
  • GML
  • GPX
  • KML
  • GeoJSON
  • UK .NTF
  • SDTS
  • U.S. Census TIGER/Line
  • S-57 (ENC)
  • VRT – Virtual Datasource
  • EPIInfo .REC
  • Atlas BNA
  • Interlis 1
  • Interlis 2
  • GMT
  • X-Plane/Flighgear aeronautical data
  • Geoconcept

And it supports at least these 8 output formats:

  • ESRI Shapefile
  • Microstation DGN (Version 7)
  • MapInfo File
  • Comma Separated Value (.csv)
  • GML
  • GPX
  • KML
  • GeoJSON

coordinates conversionCoupled with all the possible combinations with the above formats there are more than 200 types of conversion. For items’ listings acts as

Free Coordinates Converter

The interesting thing about this service is the possibilities of making something more than the simple conversion.

  • It is possible to choose the output layer’s name,
  • Also if the input file has different layers such as dgn or ArcInfo arc-node type files, you can specify which are these layers,
  • In gis layers case, you can define what attributes will be included or removed in the conversion,
  • You can apply SQL statements or conditional filters,
  • In addition, it has detailed information of how the conversion library works.
  • In the case of Raster conversion, allows processing by bands.

As for coordinate systems, you can choose from a list with a previous checking. It is also possible to search by EPSG code or keyword:

  • WGS 84, EPSG 4326 (worldwide)
  • Google Spherical Mercator, EPSG 900913 (worldwide)
  • NAD27, EPSG 4267 (North America)
  • NAD83, EPSG 4269 (North America)
  • ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA, EPSG 3035 (Europe)
  • OSGB 1936 / British National Grid, EPSG 27700 (United Kingdom)
  • TM65 / Irish Grid, EPSG 29902 (United Kingdom)
  • ATF (Paris) / Nord de Guerre, EPSG 27500 (France)
  • ED50 / France EuroLambert, EPSG 2192 (France)
  • S-JTSK Krovak East North, EPSG 102065,102067 (CzechRepublic)
  • S-42 (Pulkovo 1942 / Gauss-Kruger zone 3), EPSG 28403 (CzechRepublic)
  • WGS 84 / UTM zone 33N, EPSG 32633 (CzechRepublic)
  • MGI / Austria lambert, EPSG 31287 (Austria)
  • Amersfoort / RD New, EPSG 28992 (Netherlands – Holland)
  • Belge 1972 / Belgian Lambert 72, EPSG 31370 (Belgium)
  • NZGD49 / New Zealand Map Grid, EPSG 27200 (New Zealand)
  • Pulkovo 1942(58) / Poland zone I, EPSG 3120 (Poland)
  • ETRS89 / Poland CS2000 zone 5, EPSG 2176 (Poland)
  • ETRS89 / Poland CS2000 zone 6, EPSG 2177 (Poland)
  • ETRS89 / Poland CS2000 zone 7, EPSG 2178 (Poland)
  • Pulkovo 1942(58) / Gauss-Kruger zone 3, EPSG 3333 (Aleanie, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia)

All in all it’s a great service that is worth keeping in mind. In the case, for Raster conversions supports 86 input formats and 41 for output.

The disadvantage is obvious, the bigger our input file is, the later it could be.

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