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Re: [nycbigapps] Accessing GDB files on DataMine

From: Philip A.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 18, 2009 12:36 PM
KML or a shapefile. KML would be preferable since it also standardizes on WGS84. For those who have access to ArcGIS, here's an exporter:

It would be great if we could start to amass a collection of the datasets that have been converted from proprietary to open formats so that others can access them too.


Jeffrey Barke wrote:
 Does anyone know if there are any utilities available to convert GDB files to something open?

What format would you like to convert the GDB to?


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