Create and edit KML files for your samples
Have you ever wanted to create KML files of your own samples or locations for use in Google Earth? IEDA EarthChem user Michael Carr of Rutgers University has contributed his KML Utility files. The tool reads latitude, longitude, name, and description from a tab-delimited text files and writes these data into a kml file. If you edit the locations in Google Earth and save them as a new kml file, the utility will return a simple tab delimited file of lat, lon, name, and description.
Download the utility here:
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