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All Topics | Topic "How to create Shapefile for WEAP?"
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Mr. Naeem Haider

Subject: How to create Shapefile for WEAP?   
Posted: 8/17/2018 Viewed: 3846 times
I am a new user of WEAP. I want to create a shapefile for my engineering poject. Can anybody suggest any software or website from which I can easily build the required shapefile?

Thanks in advance
Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: How to create Shapefile for WEAP?   
Posted: 9/30/2018 Viewed: 3750 times
Hi Naeem,
Depending on how complicated your shapefile is, you might be able to use https://gis.ucla.edu/apps/click2shp/. If it's more complicated, you could use QGIS.
Mr. Naeem Haider

Subject: Re: How to create Shapefile for WEAP?   
Posted: 10/18/2018 Viewed: 3426 times
Bundle of thanks Mrs. Anne, the UCLA web based creation of shapefile is very easy to work with.
Topic "How to create Shapefile for WEAP?"