A reference framework consisting of a set of points, lines, and/or surfaces, and a set of rules, used to define the positions of points in space in either two or three dimensions.

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WFS: How to specify input coordinate reference system

Geeoserver allows to specify output CRS by parameter srsName in WFS GetFeature. Is there a way to specify the input CRS? I am displaying layers of different CRSs in my map - all reprojected to EPSG:...
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Map Spatial Reference

I was having some trouble when trying to zoom to certain point in ESRI base map. So basically I got an ESRI base map and added a map overlay on top of it: function setMap() { function init() { ...
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What do I define the coordinate system of this data set to?

I have an excel spreadsheet with lat and lon columns, and 5 additional columns with associated data. I want to open the data points in ArcMap 10.2. I was told that the data was: based on a Lambert ...
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QGIS “ERROR 6: No translation for Lambert_Conformal_Conic to PROJ.4 format is known.”

I am trying to clip a county DEM file using the PLSS Section shape files as mask layers... that is, I want it clipped to sections so that I can load my DEM into QGIS one section at a time, without ...
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Leaflet CRS.Simple or CRS.EPSG3857 conversion Problem

I'm using v-leaflet (0.61) , a vaadin plugin, to visualize some layers over a map. Clicking on the map, I create a wms query to geoserver. The query needs some parameters and one of them is the bbox. ...
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Unknown Coordinates

I'm new at gis. I'm using Arcgis 10.2.2 and trying to geocode some addresses. I used a geocoding service which gave the coordinates in this format: POINT(102778.307715144 105888.168842117) I don't ...
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conversion differences going from 4326 to 26710?

there are two coordinate systems in question: "CRS 1" = EPSG:4326 (good ol WGS84) "CRS 2" = EPSG:26710 (UTM NAD27 Zone 10 (specifically, zone 10S but they don't seem to differentiate) For the ...
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mosaic dem with multiple coordinate systems

I'm sure this is a basic question, but I'm struggling to mosaic multiple DEMs (~40) into one large raster. The DEMs are 30m NED rasters from the NRCS data gateway, for the New England region. They are ...
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How to shift a CRS by an observed offset

I have a drone image is which is geo-referenced over a Google Sat. image. These align well, and both use WGS84-Pseudo Mercator (EPSG:3857). I have a set of data points in a shape file which are ...
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Generic term for CRS axes?

We're making a light web front to a database, and I saw this in a test screenshot: Despite those coordinates being nowhere near North America, the "latitude/longitude" label for those coordinates ...
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Spatial Reference Conversion

I am currently having some problem with the spatial reference projection on the map in Android. Basically I have a base map which is OneMap and all the coordinates stored in database is in SVY21 ...
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How to inverse Y axis

I have a SQLlite database containing cached tiles with X,Y,Z fields and I want to use it in MapCache. My Y field is appearing upside down in Google tile index but I want to inverse it like this: ...
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Aligning data in GCS_North_American_1983 and GCS_North_American_1927 using ArcGIS for Desktop?

I have tried everything that I have found on this site so far and nothing has worked! I have used ArcGIS for 3 years but had never had to mess with coordinate systems as the 1st company I worked for ...
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Projection problems when importing .kml from Google Earth to QGIS

I want to open several points that I exported from Google Earth as a .kml in QGIS for further use. I can import the data and the points are displayed but something must be wrong with the projection as ...
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Proper transformation file to go from NAD83 CSRS UTM 17 to NAD83 UTM 17

Looking to determine which transformation file to select when using the Project tool in ArcMap 10.2.2 to go from NAD83 CSRS UTM 17 and NAD 83 UTM 17. The data I am working with is from Geogratis and ...
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ITRF2008 to WGS84 Datum Transformation in ArcMap?

If I have data in IRTF2008 as shapefile is it possible to change this to WGS84 and how? The need for this comes when trying to display the data in a third party program that doesn't recognize the ....
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Custom CRS in Qgis web - client

Hello I'm abit new here and I hope I'll even set the question right. Recently I've started to work on a project that will include displaying maps in qgis-web-client. At the moment I've set up the ...
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Coordinate Not Match - Convert Shapefile to Geojson

I'm a newbie at GIS programming and I have a problem with file conversion. I've tried to convert shp file to geojson, and the coordinates do not match. But when I try to convert it to kml, it goes ...
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What coordinate system is this netCDF raster?

I obtained a netCDF raster file, but I couldn't get any metadata to get the name of the coordinate system the raster has been built on. The raster itself doesn't have any coordinate system embedded. I ...
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How to set the spatial reference to a OGR layer using the Python API?

I create new a Ogr Layer with the Datasource.GetLayer() method: driver = ogr.Open(input_file).GetDriver() datasource = driver.Open(input_file, 0) input_layer = datasource.GetLayer() If the input ...
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Overlaying two shapefiles and projecting one of them from Geographic to Projected Coordinate System? [duplicate]

I am trying to project a shapefile which is in Geographic Coordinate System i.e. Geocentric Datum of Australia 1994 to a Projected coordinate system i.e. Map Grid of Australia Zone 55 using GDA 94 ...
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I am looking for a direct long. to X lat to Y map of earth

Occasionally I like to drop raw coordinate data into excel and do a scatterplot. It comes out quite a bit like cylindrical projection but not quite. The distortion near the poles is a bit more ...
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Import Google Maps locations to ArcMap

I have a problem with importing a list of coordinates to ArcMap. I have a shape file of regions of Chile and I would like to add a list of locations with coordinates I got from Google Maps. The shape ...
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SRS in GeoServer and OpenLayers

I have a shape file with projection WGS84,when I added it to GeoServer,the Native SRS is Unknown and for Declared SRS I wrote EPSG:4326. However, the shape file became a mass if opened in Layer ...
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US Geological Survey Standard Projection?

Is there a standard or default projection on maps created by the US Geological Survey (USGS)?
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What is the level of error I should expect when using a NAD StatePlane CRS from an adjacent state?

I am adding Georgia data to my GIS database and, unlike the California data I've added, have decided to use my existing EPSG:3361 (South Carolina StatePlane) coordinate reference system for ...
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Create Archimedean spiral with geographic coordinates

I don't know if this is the right place to ask but here it his. I want to create an Archimedean spiral based in some location. Lets say I have this set of geographic coordinates (48.860770, 2.337655)....
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Is there a way to expose Spherical Mercator Lat Lon in Google Map API?

The map tiles in the Google Maps are in Spherical Mercator projection (srid 900913), but in the API the methods report coordinates in Lat/Lon WGS84, e.g. map.getCenter(). Is there a way to return the ...
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Statistically comparing two sets of coordinates [closed]

I have been given a task to compare two sets of points, one set being a set of predetermined points, on the other being a set of actual points that were taken in the field. I have to compare these ...
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Problem when converting to LCC projection

I am very much so a beginner.. but here goes. I have two maps that should line up with each other, but their projections are different. I've tried to use the gdalwarp utility to match them up, but ...
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How to get the Parameters for a Lambert conformal conic projection CRS in QGIS 2.6

I am currently having some trouble adding the CRS to a vector file that I want to re project to WGS84/UTM. The shapefile is using Lambert Conformal Conic Projection; ITRF92 horizontal datum and GRS ...
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Adding geometry to QgsVectorLayer with lon/lat coordinates

I'm creating a custom Qt app that uses pyqgis for showing data on maps. I have successfully created a map canvas that shows a world map from a WMS server. Now I'd like to overlay data on this map. ...
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Which equal-area projection to use for UK?

I have a bunch of UK polygons that are saved in my PostGIS database as WGS84 projection. I would like to calculate the area of these polygons using st_area. According to this answer I can save these ...
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Openlayers2 checking coordinate system of WKT or KML file

In my Openlayers2 based project I give the possibility for users to upload their own features in KML file or with a WKT string. I only want to accept features with ESPG:4326 coordinates. Otherwise a ...
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Where are the elements of an ArcGIS SpatialReference as a string representation defined?

This seems absurd, but I cannot find any documentation on what the various elements mean in the string representation of an ArcGIS SpatialReference object. The first part is obviously the Well Known ...
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Adding * .prj file to output via Python script tool that creates fishnet?

I'm a new python user. I wanted to make a tool box like fishnet in ArcGIS 10.2. Everything, works fine. However, at output there is no .prj file, although spatial reference was defined at the tool. ...
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proj.4 definition for (obsolete) UK War Office “Italy South” grid

I'm helping a friend convert his late father's war diary coordinates to WGS84. I have a proj.4 definition that appears to work in QGIS, but if I transform a scanned map with gdalwarp, it's not even ...
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PostGIS GML round trip confusion

I've investigated the issue of coordinate order in GML and each time I think I've got it but I find my self confused once again. I think some of my confusion may be to do with PostGIS. Doing a ...
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Compensating lat/long offsets after conversions

In my application I am doing conversions between two different formats of data. First format is a simple one containing NE and SW coordinates for a given rectangular area: area = { "sw": { ...
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Points in Polygon Query but having CRS issues (QGIS)

I have two files: A csv file that has lat longs listed for points. A shapefile that contains England NHS CCG boundaries (which usually uses the British National Grid). When I 'add a delimited ...
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Why do I get unexpected coordinates after converting EPSG 102014 to EPSG 4326?

I have this Europe map (EPSG 102014) and I am trying to convert it to EPSG 4326 using geoconverter.hsr.ch After the conversion is done, I expect that coordinates are in the range of -180,180 and -90,...
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Unknown Coordinate System Cadastral?

I have point data from a proprietary source that came in a coordinate system I do not recognize. Here is an example: Lat: 35205357 Long: -11.15933 It looks like a combination of UTMs and ...
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How to specify a map units line wider than 100000 units

Sorry if this is a very beginner question, but I can't seem to find an answer online by searching. Is there a way to increase the size of the "map units"? I'm trying to draw lines attached to my ...
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Reprojecting between NAD27 and WGS 84 part III

I am trying to perform a reprojection for data with datum Nad27 to WGS84 datum. According to AndreJ in some previous questions in Stackexchange (CRS reprojection for instance) QGIS uses internally by ...
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CRS reprojection

I am trying to change the CRS of one shapefile that is originally in NAD27 to WGS84 in Qgis 2.6. When I proceed to make the change, I still continue to see the file in UTM coordinates... I've tried to ...
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problem changing CRS of a shapefile [duplicate]

I am trying to change the CRS of one shapefile that is originally in NAD27 to WGS84. When I proceed to make the change, I still continue to see the file in UTM coordinates... I've tried to save the ...
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Is there an EPSG code to specify WGS84 in (lon,lat) order instead of (lat,lon)?

Is there an EPSG code like EPSG:4326 or EPSG:4329, but that specifies (lon,lat) order instead of (lat,lon)? I've tried exploring the websites http://spatialreference.org and http://epsg-registry....
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Points In Attribute Table Will Not Display In Data View

I am using ArcMap 10.2.2 and opening a shapefile of points. My issues is this: the points do not appear in the data view. In other words, I cannot view the points in the display where they usually ...
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Grids not originating from 2D parameter spaces

Is there any specific name for grids on sphere (or geoid, or any other manifold/surface) that do not originate from 2D parameter space? For example generating a grid on a sphere using icosahedron ...
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Copy Feature Class to Feature Dataset

On trying to copy a feature class to a feature dataset, I get this error message (see the screen shot). Any ideas how this is happening? error copying from FeatureClass to Feature Dataset