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How can you use and convert Gauss-Krüger-Coordinates in Mathematica?
I am given geographic data in the form of Gauss-Krüger-Coordinates and would like to calculate distances with them and convert them to longitude/latitude coordinates in another system for plotting ...
May 22 '12 at 9:37
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