And Great Circles
This page describes how to work with Latitude and Longitude in Excel and how to compute Great Circle Distances.
You can use Excel’s trigonometric and time functions to work with Latitude and Longitude values. There are two different ways express geographical coordinates. The first is to use a time format of degrees:minutes:seconds. This is the same format as an Excel time value. The other method is to use decimal degrees, representing values as the number of degrees as a real number. For example, the location 20 degrees, 30 minutes, 40 seconds can be represented as the time 20:30:40 or in decimal degrees as 20.51111.
|You can download the file with all the example formulas and code on this page.|