Batch Map Latitude and Longitude Coordinates

Our tool makes it easy to visualize your GPS data on Google Maps. It will only take a few seconds to map your data using our service. We support many different data formats, so you don’t need to convert the values yourself before plotting. In fact, if you only have addresses or other location descriptions, we take that data, too.

Three Really Simple Steps

In most cases, your data is ready to go, just select (Ctrl+A or Cmd+A) the data in your spreadsheet and copy (Ctrl+C or Cmd+C) it to your clipboard.

Then follow these steps:

  1. Go to our Map Coordinates Tool
  2. Paste (Ctrl+V or Cmd+V) your data into the box
  3. Click "Map Now"

We told you it was simple, right? Each section below references the different formats we support. You may need to tweak your spreadsheet slightly, but we map all of these data formats and more.

Map Coordinate Data as Decimal Degrees

This is the most common type of latitude and longitude data. If your data is in decimal degrees format, you can paste it directly into our tool. Just make sure your data contains separate latitude and longitude columns and it will map instantly.

Decimals degree look something like this: 44.4604788, -110.8281375

The coordinate pairs may be positive or negative, depending on the hemisphere of the coordinates. Typically latitude is listed first and longitude second.

Map Coordinates in Degrees Minutes Seconds and Other Formats

If your latitude and longitude coordinates do not look like the decimal degrees in the previous section, our tool can likely still accept them. Put the coordinates in a single column named location and BatchGeo will take care of the rest.

The coordinate pairs may be positive or negative, depending on the hemisphere of the coordinates. Typically latitude is listed first and longitude second.

Some example data formats:

You may have other data formats, but the solution is the same: use a single column (rather than two) and let BatchGeo worry about the converting and mapping.