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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What should this projection be in OpenLayers?

This is esri rest prj, "spatialReference": {"wkt": ...
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How can I define projections for multiple shape files in ArcMap 10 at once?

I have over 100 shape files that don't have .prj file and thus when I bring them into ArcMap they show the coordinate system as unknown. I know all of the shape files coordinate system is GCS WGS ...
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What is the projection of WGS84 in GIS software?

WGS84 is a reference ellipsoid that determines coordinates of every point on Earth using latitude, longitude and height about the its surface. This ellipsoid is often used as a base to make maps. ...
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Converting custom grid to OS grid

I have two sets of data, one is in OS coords, no problem there, but the other was set out in about 50 off 10x10 metre grids aligned to a 'feature' on the ground. I do have the OS coordinates of their ...
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Rhombus shaped pixels when viewing an image referenced in WGS84

Following the Question What is the projection of WGS84 in GIS software?, in the comments section of the answer http://gis.stackexchange.com/a/73578/5256, Jake very well explains that Because the ...
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How Can I change the projection of shapefile in Qgis?

I have a probleme with Qgis. I would like to change the projection of my shapefile, it's about caves in my country. The default projection is set to EPSG:3003, I want to change it to wgs84 EPSG:32632. ...
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How to delete coordinate system from raster file with prj.adf?

How can I delete the coordinate system from a raster file like .adf which is multiple files? I found a file with tha name "prj.adf" so if I delete this file is it enough? In shapefiles usually Ι ...
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Using ArcGIS COGO (Coordinate Geometry)

I have used COGO to create two polygons in a proposed outgrant file for some land parcels. The polygons are correctly shaped and in the correct area but they are spatially skewed and oversized. ...
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How does ArcGIS determine which transformation to use when projecting on the fly?

How does ArcGIS determine which transformation to use when projecting on the fly? Where this would come in would be going from NAD 83 to WGS 84. Multiple transformations could be considered so how is ...
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How to fix Raster Dataset with numbers in Extent that look like latitude/longuitude but say metres?

In ArcGIS for Desktop 10.1, the Spatial Reference of my Raster Dataset reports that its units are metres (well meters) but the values look like decimal degrees e.g. -33 degrees is highly plausible but ...
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Canvas Units to Degrees, Minutes, Seconds

I am using the WGS 84/UTM coordinate sysytem. When I go to > Project Properties / General / Canvas Units to Degrees, Minutes, Seconds my coordinates are wrong. I am using QGIS 2.0.1
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Azimuth, Inclination [closed]

I work on a software and I want to compute Dx Dy with Azimuth, Inclination. MD TVD Azimuth Inclination Relative X Increment Relative Y Increment X Coordinate Y Coordinate 0.000000 ...
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PHP MGRS Conversion Formula/Library

Currently, the formula I'm using to convert MGRS to Lat/Long and vice versa is giving me slightly different results than most other conversion utilities. It's usually between 10 to 30 feet off. This ...
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Gauss-Krueger coordinates in Openlayers

I want to show the coordinates of my map in gauss-krüger coordinates, but nothing works. I tried another projection, displayProjection, lonLat.transform but the answers are the same. my source ...
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Why does same image in two ArcGIS ArcMap configurations show different extent numbers?

I would like to get hear from you about the situation I am seeing here. What It got my eye was that when I download an ASTER from Reverb/ Echo from USGS website. At work, I load my ASTER file to my ...
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GCS_WGS_1984 and 900913. What is the difference?

I use WMS Service with mymapproxy/mapproxy.yaml : services: demo: kml: tms: wmts: wms: srs: ['EPSG:4326', 'EPSG:900913'] md: title: MapProxy OSM WMS Proxy abstract: This ...
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How to convert Lat & Long from Onemap.sg to Google Maps

I have a set of address for Singapore, I would like to take the Lat & Long from onemap.sg (SYV21: X, Y / Easting, Northing) and then store it in my databse , convert into (WGS84: Longitude, ...
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Can I create a table showing all the Srid values for all the tables in my DB?

Hi I can identify the current SRID of one table (at a time) in my database, but I was wondering if there was a way to bring back a single table that would tell me all the datasets that do not ...
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IL East 1201 coordinate system

What is the difference between NAD CORS96 (Illinois East 1201) and the "normal NAD1983? We have data that was GPS'ed in CORS96, but data was imported into ArcMap using the "normal" NAD1983? What ...
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RFE raster images datum conflict

Im using ArcGIS 9.3. I've downloaded RFE images from FEWSNET. And im trying to load them on ArcMap, to clip them using Mozambique's shape. But as the RFE images related to Southern Africa come with ...
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which is the suitable Geographical Coordinate System and Projected Coordinate System for India

I want to create a spatial data for entire India, usually I use WGS84 as GCS and UTM zones for PCS in the places in India, but when I have to create the spatial data for entire India, I get confuse ...
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Batch tool to identify coordinate system in dwg files

I am trying to ingest 1000's of DWG files into ArcGis. Some of them are clearly georeferenced (that is, if I view them in ArcMap I can see that there are in the right place relative to my other GIS ...
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Why is there an offset between reprojection results of ArcGIS and QGIS from PSAD56 to WGS84?

I did a comparison of file system PSAD 56 to WGS 84 with arcgis and qgis and the difference is 8 m, why is the difference? This is a points file (shape) and it is in UTM Zone 19S.
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New Zealand Projection System

I have a database with Easting and Northing points of New Zealand. The data structure is as follows Easting | Northing 2595425 | 6622565 2594585 | 6622595 2595000 | 6622085 2594500 | ...
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will ogr get coordinates in geographic coordinate system or projected coordinate system when using getPoint(int,OGRPoint*)

Consider the code that I have written in the stackoverflow question How to extract vertexes of geometries in ESRI shapefiles using ogr library with c++, I have used the code to show shapefiles on an ...
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How to use projection of a shapefile in order to have a better view in OpenGL

As you see here, this is the code that I have used to extract vertices of ESRI shapefiles in order to show them with OpenGL. I have also uploaded my project here, if you want to give it a try and see ...
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Need to convert from ISpatialReference to SpatialReference

I am attempting to write a method in C# that will accept as input, an ESRI.ArcGIS.Geometry.ISpatialReference object and convert it to an ESRI.ArcGIS.Client.Geometry.SpatialReference object. I need ...
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What's the difference between CRS 4326, CRS 4978, and CRS 4979?

CRS 4326, 4978, and 4979 are all based on WGS84. 4326 is called "geographic 2D" 4978 is called "geocentric" 4979 is called "geographic 3D" What are the differences between these three? And why ...
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What's the correct transformation for Lambert Conformal Conic for Mexico?

I have a shp archive without the .prj file. I don´t know the proyection of this shp, but I think it is in lambert conformal conic. Can anybody helpme to proyect this shp? i´ve tried to proyect it in ...
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Convert Gauss-Kruger to UTM

How to covert Gauss-Kruger coordinates to UTM coordinates with GeoTools java library? As I have figured out the location (zone, country) is important. I need the calculation for Slovenia.
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Lon/lat transformation

First I should clarify I don't have previous experience with the field, so I don't know the technical terminology. My question is as follows: I have two weather datasets: The first one has the ...
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Reference to Basemap instance's coordinate system

I use the matplotlib basemap toolkit (mpl_basemap.Basemap) to plot GeoTIFF images on a map background using pcolor() or pcolormesh(). For this purpose, I need to transform a meshgrid of x and y ...
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Help me convert this US Lambert Conformal Conic Google Maps Projection to Australia

Following on from this question: Identify what projection this Australian map uses? <- this is the sort of map i want to load in I need help changing the bits necessary in this example of Lambert ...
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Is there a way to erase GeoTIFF header?

I've got some GeoTIFF files that have wrong bounding box extent and wrong CRS associated to. Fortunately I know the right CRS, but even associating it to the files (I've tried both with QGIS and ...
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How do I change from lat/long to a metric coordinate system in GRASS?

Yes, it's yet another transformation question. I am working with ASTER DEM data, which is LatLong WGS84. I want to process the DEM map into an STL file for use in a CFD simulation. The script I am ...
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Identify what projection this Australian map uses?

Im looking to put this map into google maps as custom tiles, but i now learn what projection is and that this map does not use the same format as google's default. You can create custom projections i ...
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Are these two OGC WKT projections the same? And if so, why are their reference strings different?

So here is the .prj text of a federal shapefile dataset of all public airports in its native OGC WKT format: ...
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Height of the geoid in ECEF coordinates

I know that the relationship of geoid height N and ellipsoid height h to orthometric height H is defined by H = h - N, but what if I have some position in Earth-Centered-Earth-Fixed (ECEF) ...
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Problems with scale bar units in qgis composer

I apologize in advance for again bringing the topic up, I've searched for answers in other posts but couldn't find anything helpful. I fight a personal little war with the scale bar of the QGIS ...
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Equal Area SRID for Australia

This has been bothering me for some time so I figured I would put it out there. Does anyone know the SRID for an equal area projection that is suitable for the whole of Australia? I realize that I ...
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How to get spatial reference of a shapefile using python?

I always use arcpy.GetParameterAsText to get the spatial reference from the user. There should be a way to decide what is the spatial reference of a shapefile but I can't find it. Something like ...
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finding the correct transformation (from EPSG:31300 to EPSG:4326) or how to store two srid in one table

I have a very specific problem. I have data crossing two coordinate-systems, more specifically: the Netherlands and Belgium. Previously the data was stored in one table in Oracle, using the RD ...
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Can't get CRS transformations to work with scalie

No matter what I do I can,t seem to be able to transform several shape files (all vector) to a CRS that works. What is recommended for British Columbia for forestry purposes is NAD83 BC Albers. ...
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Shapefile projection issue - layers not lining up [closed]

See below for screenshot. The purple rectangle should line up with the green rectangle in the top right (OpenLayers Google Physical layer) and the tan points. I was sent this shp and given the ...
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OGR: How to control the spatial reference of a layer?

I want to use a subset of a shape for a spatial filter. The filter returns 0 features which is unexpected. So I was checking the spatial references of the layers and one of them seems to have none. ...
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eVis-Plugin centers mapwindow on coordinate origin

I have a QGIS-project with layers loaded from a postgis-database and also some shapefiles. I use the eVis-Plugin to display pictures. The displaying is working fine but after clicking on the geometry ...
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Images displaced in UTM

I recently received a collection of satellite images (GeoTiffs) and their indice. Originally, the indice came in a geographic projection (GCS WGS 1984) and the Geotiffs projected to the appropriate ...
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Is there a way to determine the datum used when all you have is a lon and lat?

I have a dataset of US intersections from 2011 that I'm going to be using in a project together with data based in WGS84. Included in the CSV file is a variety of fields two of which are the lat and ...
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Trying to convert coordinates from WGS84 Web Mercator Auxiliary Sphere to WGS84

I've been struggling with this for way too long now. I've got some data that was georeferenced in the WGS84 Web Mercator Auxiliary Sphere that should have been done just in WGS84. The Auxiliary ...
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Is it possible to change CRS without the .prj file?

I'm working with QGIS and trying to change the CRS of some maps. Is is possible to do it without the .prj file? Please let me know. Thanks.