At the bottom of this page you can download actual samples of a measurement done with SurveyArea.
Email (in Pocket Outlook)
Email Received in Outlook:
Click on the Google Earth KML file and it opens as follows in Google Earth (assuming Google Earth is installed):
Click on the text file and it should open in a text editor to show something like this:
The actual files that was sent by SurveyArea3 in the email attachment is available by clicking the following links:
The Google Earth KML file
20070107_1115.txt - The text file (TRK)
20070107_1115.shp - ESRI Shapefile
20070107_1115.shx - ESRI Index File
20070107_1115.dbf - Esri DBF file
Please note the name convention of the files: Example : 20070107_1115 - yyyymmdd_hhmm (where y=year m=month d=day h=hour m=minute). In this case it equates to 07 January 2007, 11h15 am
Normally if Google Earth is installed on your computer and you just click on the kml file it will open GE and dislay the kml.
However, instead of using Google Earth to view a kml file, you can also view the kml file in Google Maps in any web browser by putting it on a publicly accessible website and supplying its URL to Google Maps. For example if you cut and paste the URL "http://www.wildsoft.org/SurveyArea3/samplefiles/20070107_1115.kml" and enter it in Google Maps then you should see the track without the need for Google Earth to be installed on your computer.
It is possible to upload the shapefile that you created with SurveyArea to our website and display the track on a GoogleMap satellite image or map. The link is http://www.wildsoft.org/surveyarea/map/map.aspx