Convert GML to KML



GML is used in a geographic information system(GIS) for expressing  geographic features as well as an open interchange format for geographic transactions on the Internet. KML is a file format used to display geographic data in an Earth browser such as Google Earth. KML is an international standard maintained by the Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC).

You can convert GML to KML as well as other GIS Data Conversion using IGIS Map tool.

IGISMAP to Convert GML to KML

For GML to KML conversion go to IGIS Map Tool, after logging in with your registered email and password. If you are a new user, click the Sign Up button in the Login popup and register to IGISMAP by filling the details.

There are three main steps for using GIS Converter:

  • Upload the data
  • Choose the format to which it should be converted
  • Download the converted file.

Step one is to upload your GML file which you want to convert. You can upload your file from system or select from the Recent Files.

Converter Tool - Upload GML
Upload GML

Step two is to select choose the output format of the converted file, in this case its KML. You can also set the Coordinate Reference System of your preference. As a default CRS will set to WGS 84 (World) [EPSG:4326]. Click on the Convert File.

Converter Tool - KML as Output Format
Select KML as Output Format

Your GML file will then get converted to KML file after a few seconds and will be available for downloading.

Download and Publish KML File
Download and Publish KML File

You can also choose to style the layer or continue with further conversion process by clicking the Convert Another File button.

Converted Files section from the dashboard contains the list of the details of all the conversion done in your account, providing both input and output data available for download their corresponding formats.

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