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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Reprojecting raster from one CRS to another?

I have a .tif raster file which is based on some projected coordinate system (for example: NAD 1983 State Plane California). I would like to export this raster as a .xyz file, but also reprojecting it ...
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projected coordinate system and transformation

I'm a beginner with GIS and I'm currently working on ArcGIS 10.3. I have two distinct shapfiles : one within the projected coordinate system "NTF_Paris_Lambert_Sud_France" and the second one within "...
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Shape files are not lining up [duplicate]

I have two shapefiles, with the same projection but they can not overlay. I understand that the extent is different, but i can not figure out how to change it? Here are the tow layers properties :
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How to find a datasets spatial reference and apply it to another dataset?

I'm struggling to use the describe function to find the spatial reference of a given shapefile and then apply it to another shapefile which has been copied to a projected folder. I'm relatively new ...
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I want to have two raster data sets overlay

I am using ArcGIS 10.3 I have 2 raster datasets with different coordinate systems, but they are the same county (just different databases). When I add them to the same map layer they are far away ...
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How to create a QGIS map of unprojected data?

I am attempting to display data generated by Ubisense technology. The data contains non-geographic x y coordinates. I would like to load this data into a QGIS project to perform analysis. Is it ...
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Geotools produces different GEOGCS value for ESRI WKT

ArcMap creates following contents in .prj file for WGS 84. GEOGCS["GCS_WGS_1984",DATUM["D_WGS_1984",SPHEROID["WGS_1984",6378137.0,298.257223563]],PRIMEM["Greenwich",0.0],UNIT["Degree",0....
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Problem with reference system

I've imported in QGIS two vectors and setted the same reference system. First is a shape file, second is a csv file. The problem is that they are in different places, but they should be one over the ...
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orthogonal projection of a point onto linestring in PostGIS

I am trying to find the orthogonal projection of a Point (in 4326 SRID) onto a LineString (in 4326). The picture shows the objective. I have tried to use ST_Distance function, but in this case the ...
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watershed delineation using ArcSWAT

I want to delineate a watershed using ArcSWAT tool. Upon uploading the DEM from disk a window pops up & says: Dataset must have a projected coordinate system. The current coordinate system is ...
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Proj4 WKT - Cartesian with origin to EPSG900913

I'm converting wgs84 to cartesian with origin using simple function in c# public static double[] LL_TO_XY(double latitude, double longitude, double originLatitude, double originLongitude) { ...
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Error using gdalwarp in EPSG:4326

I tried to change the projection of AMSR-2 in Python using: 'gdalwarp -geoloc -t_srs EPSG:4326 C:\GW1AM2_201301311114_050A_L1SGBTBR_1110110.vrt C:\test100.tif' It said there are something wrong ...
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metes and bounds from historic plans

I have an historic map from 1912 in feet and has metes and bounds displayed. I am going assume one point on the map (a lot boundary intersection) is the same as it is now and then use the metes and ...
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Do different RDMS use different SRID's to identify the coordinate system of a spatial object?

I'm looking for a reference that lists a standard SRID for a given CRS. Do RDMS's utilize a standardized SRID, such as OGC? Or is it unique to the RDMS?
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Guessing unknown projection in Malaysia

I have a database of northings and eastings of boundary markers of land parcels that are in a form that I cannot pin on any format. I would like to perform some conversions on them so that they can be ...
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Basemap (Matlibplot) not plotting GPS WGS84 coordinates accurately

I have a list of lat,lon coordinates from Flickr pictures taken in Sydney (see here) When I plot these points on google maps, the locations are correct. However when I use my Basemap the results are ...
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Equal area world QGIS

when I use ArcGIS I normally use CRS: Cylindrical Equal Area (World) WKID: 54034 In QGIS I cannot find the same projection. When I re-project my file in ArcGIS and open it in QGIS it says I am using ...
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Convert EGM96 gps elevation to WGS84 ellipsoid elevation.

I have GPS elevation data (300k points) in EGM96. These points are located on the East US coast. I realise i need to work out the difference between the EGM96 and WGS84 ellipsoid in this region to ...
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How do i identify unknown coordinates reference system for my data [duplicate]

I have several shapesfiles which perfectly overlay but the coordinates reference system is unknown. I need to overly these with other data in a different coordinate system. I tried initially to ...
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Can I assume that ENU Coordinate are already projected?

I have an application where I need to track a vehicle position in range of max 50km. I implemented the ENU coordinate system so my future calclutaion would become easier to impelement (e.g. generating ...
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How does the offset values of LAS files relate to their coordinate system?

I have a conundrum concerning LiDAR data, the stored point offset, and the coordinate system. I process large amounts of LAS data in TerraScan (TS), which sits on top of Microstation (MS). I receive ...
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Datum shift issue between OSGB1936 and WGS84

I have to work between OSGB1936 and WGS84 and BOTH of these data sets started out life as OSBG1936 BounaryLine data. I thought I was just at the end of a full revision of my master mapping until I ...
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Digitized GIS Data - Wrong Coordinate System, Right Location

I (correctly) georeferenced a JPEG to an existing shapefile that was in the correct coordinate system. I then proceeded to create line feature classes by manually tracing some of the features (roads)...
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Difference between CRS(Coordinate Reference System) and SRS(Spatial Reference System)

I could see that CRS and SRS are referred as different components in this question Is WGS84 itself a Coordinate Reference System? Could anyone please explain whether CRS and SRS are same or different?...
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Importing USGS ned30m (NAD83) into Project (NAD83/Conus Albers, OTF on): coords still Lat/Long

I apologize for posting yet-another-gis-novice's confusion about CRSs, but I have researched the issue and am surprised by what I'm seeing. In simplest form, I open a new project set On-the-fly (...
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Conversion of Sirgas2000 projection system to wgs84

I am having a bunch of .csv files containing "x" and "y" of some locations (to be specific, Brazil and the coordinate system is SIRGAS 2000). I want to convert them into wgs84 i.e, lat/long using ...
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Converting between coordinate systems for LAS file using LASPY

I am trying to convert a .las file from WGS84 to UTM17. I have some drone imagery that was used to generate a 3d point cloud/ .las file, but it is in latitude/ longitude instead of easting/ northing. ...
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Pacific-wide Projection for distance?

I have a data set of ~3500 points located across the Pacific Ocean, and am looking to measure the distance from each point to it's nearest coastline to identify the "host" country. I had originally ...
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QGIS CRS Coordinate Reference System — Generated vs. Specified — error levels?

Below image appears to indicate that the vector layer data was identified as NAD_1983_HARN_StatePlane_Florida_North_FIPS_0903_Feet, which is a well known (to QGIS) CRS. However when the layer was ...
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Inconsistent coordinates of centroid were found using the given value of radius of curvature in the prime vertical and in the meridian

I am currently writing a function on geodetic datum transformation in Hong Kong by referring to the Explanatory Notes on Geodetic Datums in Hong Kong by the Survey & Mapping Office of the Lands ...
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Why is grid north so offset? [closed]

I am not a GIS professional, only a casual orienteering enthusiast seeking an explanation from experts. The plat of my property gives bearings and distances for each of the lines, as does the deed, ...
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Transformation from EPSG 31983 to EPSG 4326 change only one axis (R + ggmap)

I'm trying to convert my shape file with spTransform(), but it's not successful. I don't know why it's changing only one axis. I want to change the axis into decimal degree. # Libraries --------------...
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Using Postgis spatial index in st_distance operation based upon explicit SRID column

I have two large tables with data that spans over multiple regions of the U.S and needs a defined SRID column in atleast one the tables to denote which coordinate system should be used for area/...
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Grid clipping issue in Layout

I'm having an issue making a figure for a poster with ArcMap. I'm trying to make a grid that follows the map boundary in a Lambert Conical projection, and it's not coming out right. The map boundary ...
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Why do my XY cordinates not make sense / show up in ArcGIS 9.3?

In the Add XY Data menu I selected to add a table containing UTME and UTMN coordinates. I selected a WGS84 projection b/c that's what the GPS device that meade the readings was set to use. However, my ...
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Convert longitude/latitude to pixels on the map

I have a map from here. I want to be able to simply convert arbitrary lon/lat pair to pixels on the map (also the ability to do reverse conversion). The maps come with .tfw file and projection info, ...
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Converting shapefile CRS from WGS to UTM in QGIS

I want to calculate point distance but the result is null, and apparently it is because the point and the raster file have different CRS. The raster is UTM, and the point is WGS84 I follow the ...
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Intersect two same extent shapefiles, but got error 000117

I have used intersect(Analysis Tool) to intersect two polygon layers. But I got error 000117 after ran intersect tool. Same error message happened when I use clip (Analysis Tool). The answer and two ...
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Bent raster after Build Overviews for mosaic dataset using ArcMap?

I created a mosaic dataset from a set of 12 tiff's spanning the united states. Before running Build Overviews, the images all join together nicely. But after, they look like this: Any idea what ...
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Coordinate transformation differences in ArcGIS, QGIS and Google Earth Pro

I have a shapefile with points in Adindan UTM 37N coordinates. Now there seem to be roughly two ways of converting those coordinates to WGS84. When loaded in Google Earth Pro the points are about ...
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DEM / Basemap Alignment

The image below shows the problem I'm facing. I'm trying to align a DEM with the ArcMap Imagery Basemap. Unfortunately, I can't make them to perfectly align. I tried changing the coordinate system to ...
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confused about distances on the wgs-84 ellipsoid

As far as I understand given a certain latitude the length of a degree of longitude is constant. So using any distance calculator (I use Mathematica here) this equals: (circumference of the earth) ...
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CRS and QGIS georeferencing for Cassini projection

I have scans of OS 6" series maps which I understand are Cassini projection. According to an article my Mugnier, Photographic & remote sensing, Oct 2003 they had the typical scale factor equal ...
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CRS transform from EPSG 4326 (WGS 84) ? to EPSG 27700 (OSGB 1936 / British National Grid)

I have a table which is an import of a shp file from www.geofabrik.de/ England > Roads. I've tried to change the CRS to EPSG 27700 but when I add this back to QGIS along side other layers which are ...
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My point shape file having missing spatial reference information

I am using ArcGIS 10.2.2. I got a shape file with points representing spot elevations in my study area. This file has been provided by a third party institution. The coordinate system is missing ...
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Unknown set of coordinates Northing Westing

I've been given a list of sites of vegetation with a "Northing/Westing" location e.g 52 43.569 - 001 44.833 I want to convert them to Easting Northing so I can load them into ArcMap. I've tried to ...
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Find coordinates of point on map

I have scanned map I know it scale and dpi. Is it possible if i know lon-lat cords of some point(X,Y) calculate lon-lat of another point (clicked) on this map? I have read some about georeferencing ...
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MySQL database layers invisible in QGIS

I'm encoutering a problem when connecting a MySQL database to QGIS. When the connection is established and a layer is imported, the layer itself will not render and thus isn't visible. The layer ...
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Unknown coordinate system produced in 1980 by Japanese company in North Philippines

I am having the same difficulty with one of the report produced in 1980 by Japanese company. The grids format also N 38,578, E 41,400. The project is 390 kilometers north of Manila. I would like to ...
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Is WGS 84 datum, coordinate reference system, or both?

The background to this question is in Understanding difference between Coordinate System and Projection? There @mdsumner commented: WGS84 is not a cs, it's a datum. On a couple of places online ...