## Converting geographic coordinates from degrees to decimal format

This online service will convert geographic coordinates from degrees to decimal format.

The format of notation is as follows: a letter (N, S, E or W), then, after a space, degrees, then after a space, minutes, and finally, after a space, seconds. Symbols for degrees, minutes, and seconds are allowed. If there are fractional numbers among the numbers, then the separator of the decimal part must be a period.

You can read more about coordinates and their transformation in the article “Guide to GPS Metadata in Photos (Part 2): How to understand, extract and convert geographic coordinates”

Examples:

- N 12 27 34
- S 12 27 34
- N 41°24'12.2"
- N 12 27' 34.00"
- E 99 58' 43.00"