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Scyland3D is a Python tool for converting 3D raw landmark and semilandmark coordinates exported from landmark acquisition software to a CSV best suited for geometric morphometric analyses. Processing schemes to mirror and reorder these points are provided to address further symmetry issues. This is useful when working on left-right differences in a given species. This tool is designed to pre-process the raw extracted landmarks and to generate a database-like CSV for statistical analyses. The main targeted audience are biologists looking for an easy and quick parser for raw landmarks.