9.4 Exploring KML further (optional)
This page expands on issues discussed in section 5.2.
If you are interested in exploring KML further, you can use the KML Interactive Sampler to see how KML files are structured, as well as how they are then rendered in Google Earth:
Please note that your browser may need to install a plug-in in order to use this application.
A wide collection of KML files can also be found on the Google Earth Outreach site:
See if you can find a KML file that contains a list of UK TV and radio transmitters, and then visualise it using an online map.