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A small geospatial dataset converter package

Project description


It is used to convert vector files like Shp, KML, GeoJson to one another.

How to RUN

import geoconvert as geoc
data = geoc.vector()

# Loading data
data.path_input = 'Building.shp'

# Converting data


It cannot work with multi class dataset. For example - If a KML have both point and line, then conversion will fail. [Resolved in 0.2.0]


  • [x] Multiclass dataset support (0.2.0)
  • [ ] Raster conversion support


  1. Vector

    ### Methods

    1. vector.towgs(path_towgs)

      Saves vector of any coordinate system to WGS coordinates on the given path

      [Default] - ‘Filename_wgs.format’

    2. vector.tokml(path_tokml)

      Saves vector files to KML format. KML is always stored as WGS 84 Geographic coordinate system.


      1. path_tokml = ‘Filename.kml’
    3. vector.toshp(epsg, path_toshp)

      Saves vector files to shp format in the provided epsg code to given path.

      [Default] -

      1. path_toshp = ‘Filename.shp’
      2. epsg = 4326
    4. vector.togeojson(epsg, path_togeojson)

      Saves vector files to KML format. KML is always stored as WGS 84 Geographic coordinate system.

      [Default] -

      1. path_togeojson = ‘Filename.json’
      2. epsg = 4326

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