Convert spreadsheets to GDB tables and display XY

I’m sick today, so I decided to choose one of the simpler scripts for today’s post. This one automates a common task of the GIS professional: converting a spreadsheet of coordinates to GIS. The script assumes you’ve formatted each sheet appropriately.

For each sheet in the workbook, the script creates a file geodatabase table, and displays the coordinates as a layer in ArcMap using the WGS 1984 spatial reference. The script is very basic, and therefore will be easy to change to suit your own data.

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