Python library to read and convert OPUSXML files
OPUSXML is a Python library to read OPUSXML files produced by the Online Positioning User Service (OPUS) hosted by the National Geodetic Survey. It prints information from OPUSXML files and converts them to formats supported by GDAL.
To install from the Python Package Index:
$pip install opusxml
To install from Anaconda Cloud:
If you are starting from scratch the first thing to do is install the Anaconda Python distribution, add the necessary channels to obtain the dependencies and install opusxml.
$conda config --append channels conda-forge $conda install opusxml -c mrahnis
To install from the source distribution execute the setup script in the opusxml directory:
$python setup.py install
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