Students were tasked with collecting a publicly available dataset, and creating a tool that converts the data into a Keyhole Markup Language (KML) file. By converting the data to a KML file, it allows the data to be viewed in Google Earth.

Chosen Datasets:
– Brisbane Skate Parks
– Traffic Incidents
– QLD BusStops
– Brisbane Dog Parks
– Brisbane Loading Zones
– Tidal Data
– Rail Crossing Incidents
– Australian Public Toilets
–¬†Lead and Chromium Air Testing Modules

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