What is an EMBR file?
An EMBR file is a GIS file that was developed and used by the GEOREID Pty Ltd. It contains geospatial data such as calculated length and volumes at any specific point. EMBR file format stores this statistical data in plain text format that can be opened in a text editor for viewing and editing. GIS systems store geological information with reference to any lat-long point which represents the absolution position on earth.
Other popular GIS file formats used to store geospatial data include gpx, geojson, kml, and kmz.
EMBR File Format - More Information
EMBR files are text files that stores statistical data of a set point in time. The data can be used to carry out different calculations such as calculating projections and comparing data. If you have an EMBR file, you can open it in a text editor such as Notepad, Notepad++, or Apple TextEdit to view its contents and update the information.
- Google Earth for Web
- gpx, geojson, kml, and kmz