geospatial python and how to convert multilinestrings to kml

Discussion in 'Python' started by Danny Shevitz, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. Howdy,

    I need to do some geospatial work and am a complete newbie at this. I have
    access to a PostGIS database and there are lots of MultiLineString objects.
    I want to run a python algorithm that determines a group of these MultiLineString
    objects and creates a KML file of the results.

    Is there a pythonic way (some existing module) to convert PostGIS
    MultiLineStrings to a KML file format?

    thanks,
    Danny
     
    Danny Shevitz, Mar 3, 2009
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