The minimum or smallest bounding or enclosing box is a term used in geometry. For a point set in N dimensions, it refers to the box with the smallest measure (area, volume, or hypervolume in higher dimensions) within which all the points lie. When other kinds of measure are used, the minimum box is ...
I need to show a marker for each user that falls within the visible portion of google map. To do so, I get the bounding box from google map, and send it down to the database and I receive a list of ...
I'm getting consistent, weird results from using Minimum Bounding Geometry to make circle polygons. I'm not sure if a datum issue, but I'm leaning more towards something wrong with Minimum Bounding ...
Given a Spatial object in R, how do I clip all of its elements to lie within a bounding box? There are two things I'd like to do (ideally I'd know how to do both, but either is an acceptable solution ...
Not 100% sure if this is the correct place to ask my question so I apologise if it isn't. Also, I have very limited experience with GIS systems, so please pardon my ignorance if some of my terminology ...
What formula could I use to calculate the size in Kilometres of a bounding box based on a given Southwest latitude/longitude and a Northeast latitude/longitude points? The bounding box format is ...
I have some images (raster charts in RNC format) which give me a series of reference points within the image which relate the pixel position to the geographic coordinates. The charts are Mercator ...