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This is Parvaz from Bangladesh. Recently I bought on echo sounder (HOOK 5).I'm trying to export Data on a .sl2 file to the .csv format using Sonar Log Viewer from Lowrance. The data was collected using Lowrance Hook 5. 
I can't find any other software wich is capable of converting .sl2 to .csv. I only need to get all the depth data and coordinates out of the .sl2 files.

Any help would be much appreciated!

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  • If you can output your Lowrance data as an LCM (MapCreate format), SLG (Sonar View/Log format), or USR (waypoint format) then you can use Global Mapper (www.GlobalMapper.com) to open them.  It can also create the DTM, contour, shaded maps etc.

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    You may need to share the file. So I can create a coordinate extractor for your file.
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    Dear Parvez Hasan

    If you do not have any objection please attach the file to try to help you.

    Thanks & best wishes 

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