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I suggest checking whether latitude and longitude are in a reverse order.
This is the first error I look for with geocodes are not landing in the
right place.

Max

On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 10:49 AM, Malick Faye
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> Dear list members,
> I try to locate a social network spatially on a map, but the whole time it
> lands... on the sea. I have tried with pajek2kml with a pajek file, and the
> geocodes for each network actor in a .txt file. The geocodes are generated
> under http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/geocoder/ in the following form:
> latitude,longitude,elevation,name
> 11.132.161,12.062.385,53,3wm1
> 11.213.510,12.037.945,51,2wm4
> 11.130.820,12.021.603,50,1fm22
> 11.120.952,12.022.773,51,7fm6
> ,whereas the number are changed for anonymity.
> Is this format right? Does anyone know about other free softwares that
> could *easily* solve the problem?
> Any help would be profoundly appreciated.
> Thanks in advance.
> Malick Faye
>
> Malick Faye
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