The python package simplekml was created to generate kml (or kmz). It was designed to alleviate the burden of having to study KML in order to achieve anything worthwhile with it. If you have a simple understanding of the structure of KML, then simplekml is easy to run with and create usable KML.
Simplekml is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License.
- Download the latest version from PyPi.
- Source Code is hosted on BitBucket.
- Bug Reporting and feature requests are welcome.
- Google Group for discussions, questions, comments or requests
- Samples File (right-click > Save link as...) for example code with corresponding KML. This file is simply a network link. When examples and tutorials are updated the updates will reflect in the sample file (needs to be redownloaded if it was downloaded prior to 1.2.8).
- KML Reference as published by Google for a good understanding of what KML is capable of.
- Polycircles is a Python package that uses simplekml to create Polygonal circle approximation KMLs (because KML does not support circle geometry).
Table of Contents¶
- Getting Started
- Release History
- simplekml 1.3.0 - 18 March 2016
- simplekml 1.2.8 - 07 June 2015
- simplekml 1.2.7 - 08 February 2015
- simplekml 1.2.6 - 08 February 2015
- simplekml 1.2.5 - 07 December 2014
- simplekml 1.2.4 - 28 November 2014
- simplekml 1.2.3 - 26 October 2013
- simplekml 1.2.2 - 07 June 2013
- simplekml 1.2.1 - 16 December 2012
- simplekml 1.2.0 - 03 December 2012
- simplekml 1.1.2 - 17 September 2012
- simplekml 1.1.1 - 16 September 2012
- simplekml 1.1.0 - 09 August 2012
- simplekml 1.0.0 - 24 July 2012