Create Shapefile or KML file with an attribute

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Aaron Goodman
Aaron Goodman on 21 Feb 2022
Answered: Anshika Chourasia on 25 Feb 2022
I have a variable in matlab that is [Lat, Long, VALUE].
Using kmlwritepoint I can create a KML file with the latitudes and longitudes. However I am unable to maintain the third column of data. Is there a way to create either a shapefile or kml file while keeping the third column as an attribute?
Thanks!

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Anshika Chourasia
Anshika Chourasia on 25 Feb 2022
Hi Aaron,
As per my understanding you can have additional column in a KML file by specifying a Name-Value pair argument.
Please refer this link for writing geographic point data to KML file.

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