[SPAM] - [UW-GIS-L] importing .e00 LiDAR files with educational
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tzackey at tulaliptribes-nsn.gov
Tue Oct 21 22:16:13 PDT 2008
If you having trouble uncompressing the gz aka gzip format you can find free compression software @ cnet.com go to their download page and search for gzip, then download whatever gzip software you need, not sure if winzip does gzip, the old version would not.
- Todd again
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In Arc Catalog there should be a toolbar you can activate that is called ArcView 8x Tools once the toolbar is open you on the conversion drop down menu select, "import from interchange file" and import you e00
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Subject: [SPAM] - [UW-GIS-L] importing .e00 LiDAR files with educational version? - Email found in subject
I'm a long-time listener, rare poster, former UW GIS Cert. student, and
first year Master of Urban Planning student.
I'm trying to import PSLC LiDAR files into a personal geodatabase on my home
machine using the educational version that we were given (ArcView 9.2 and
Extensions Student Edition).
I grabbed import71 from Geocomm.com but I'm not sure how to decompress the
files. Can I use WinZip or is there a way to unpack them in ArcView?
Christopher A. Scott
chris at scottbass.com
heyhey at u.washington.edu
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