From: C Coons <ccoonsmn@rc...> - 2005-02-22 23:15:58
Now I think I'm in the right place.
I'm not sure about "S_AND_T style". Is that in the dropdown list under
"Input file". I can't find it in mine.
My original conversion used CSV with the results below.
I tried re-arranging the columns as you suggest below and using tab
delimiters, but I didn't find a corresponding format in the dropdown list.
I can't find the /style subdirectory or the readme.style file. I'm feeling
a little slow here.
>I'm trying to convert a .txt file with comma(space) separated values to a
>.pdb file for Cetus. I'm using Windows XP and the GPSBabel GUI Frontend.
>My input file looks like this:
>N29.56092, W104.39787, Ojinaga,
>N28.82610, W105.92017, Aldama, Intersection
>N28.64047, W106.07441, Chihuahua, Downtown
>N28.40982, W106.86172, Cuauhtemoc, Restaurant
>In my palm I hoped to see the 4th field displayed, but in the "text" area
>I see the city name repeated.
>Am I expecting something that is not part of the software?
I suspect you'd get better answers if you asked on gpsbabel-misc
and told us which format you're using. Assuming you're using the
CSV style, the problem is that it doesn't support the description
Try using the S_AND_T style, which is tab-separated and should
look rather like this:
Aldama 29.56092 -105.92016 Intersection
Chihuahua 28.64047 -106.07441 Downtown
Note, too, the subtle difference in the coordinates: GPSBabel
mostly expects plain numbers unless you're using a custom style
(which isn't possible with the less full-featured GUI.)
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