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Projecting OpenStreetMap raster base in other projections

I know that OSM WMS service works with EPSG:4326 and EPSG:900913 I need to have an OSM base layer projected in another Projection, for example EPSG:32632 Do you know some way to do this? Even ...
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cannot get EPSG of bounding box

I use openlayers 2.12. I created a form where the user can insert a bounding box, to insert to the database a new borough. To check the EPSG of the borough I tried the following //ba bb bc bd came ...
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Problem with projection in layer

I'm having problems with visualizing a layer which is in EPSG:4326 Apparently the geometry looks perfect, but I don't know why, it's not in real coordinates. I have projected it to 4326 with QGIS, ...
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why is there a difference between using EPSG and using basic code

I have the OSgeo4w installed on my PC and I am trying to upload ITM(israel transverse mercator) landmarks to google earth. To do this I am using the cs2cs command.I noticed that i get a deviation ...
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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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Projection system differs

There is a problem . I want to define projection for a Shape file. The projection system is: "NAD_1983_StatePlane_Montana_FIPS_2500" which is refered in Qgis 1.9 as EPSG:102700 .The same projection ...
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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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Converting .kml to different projection in qgis not working

I have run into a slight problem it would seem. Yesterday I downloaded qgis in the hope that it could convert a .kml overlay of some administrative boundaries from EPSG:3857 (Google maps) to ...
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EPSG:4326, EPSG:3857, JOSM and unprojections

It is said here that EPSG:4326 is not a projection. In my mind, a projection is a transformation of the surface of the Earth producing a flat image, notably a bitmap. We know that WGS84 (World ...
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Changing the projection of the output to my OpenLayers click event handler

I've been playing around with the OpenLayers click event handler example, which you can see here. It tell you the coordinates where you have clicked but I am trying to change this to be in decimal ...
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PostGIS spatial reference ID (SRID) for regular cartesian coordinate system?

I would like to store a polygon as a set of 2D points represented as x, y coordinates of a Cartesian coordinate system. Which spatial reference can I use? Looking at my spatial_ref_sys table, all the ...
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Why the layer can be loaded to Google Map not OpenStreet Map using MapServer?

Updates: Problem Solved !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Replace "wms_srs" "EPSG:3857" to "wms_srs" "EPSG:900913" in Mapfile !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am using ...
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“could not get any sources: no image returned from source WMS” error in mapproxy demo

I am trying to connect my mapserver to MapProxy. First part of the map file is shown below MAP FONTSET "fonts.lst" IMAGETYPE png MAXSIZE 4000 SIZE 800 800 EXTENT -20000000 -20000000 20000000 20000000 ...
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EPSG 4267 (NAD27) boundaries

I need the bounding box coordinates for NAD27 (EPSG/SRID 4267) to check the user's coordinate input. http://spatialreference.org/ref/epsg/4267/ shows the area that doesn't cover North America at ...
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How to set GDAL/cs2cs/proj to use NTv2 grid shift file when using EPSG codes?

I am using the GDAL API for Python for a script that takes only EPSG codes for inputs to specify source and target coordinate systems. While the cs2cs command seems to handle quite well ...
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Getting: org.opengis.referencing.NoSuchIdentifierException: No transform for classification “Transverse Mercator Zoned Grid System” with geotools

Using geotools I've been trying to create a referenced envelope after converting/reprojecting from WGS 84 to UTM with specific zones and it seems that either I need to do something with authority ...
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How to convert EPSG:2163 coordinates to wgs84 in javascript

I'm currently testing a web app that calculates EPSG:2163 coordinates based on user interaction with a map created through d3.js. I wish to convert these coordinates to WGS84 in order to use various ...
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What does 'projected bounds' and 'WGS84 bounds' mean in the definition of a CRS (on spatialreference.org)?

The site http://spatialreference.org gives 'Projected Bounds' and 'WGS84 Bounds' for each Coordinate System. What does these 'bounds' mean? e.g. for ETRS89 / UTM zone 32 N this is given: I know what ...
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Is it possible to change a Geotiffs CRS?

Hi I have created a Geotiff from the Bing Aerial photography. As it is automatically in WGS 84 it inserts perfectly into QGIS, however this image is of no use to me outside of QGIS. I need to ...
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Which BC Albers should I use and is there any difference?

I was about to calculate the area of some polygons and before I did I did some research. I found that the area of the polygon will be represented in the units of the projection used. So I did some ...
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Arcgis shape file and EPSG code

Why a shape file with CRS WGS_1984_UTM_Zone_22N en Arcgis has a differrent prj file than the EPSG:32622:WGS 84 / UTM zone 22N WKT ? Can I replace Arcgis .prj file with EPSG:32622 WKT ...
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ESRI State Plane Coordinates as EPSG

I am working with some State Plane projections from Colorado. I have looked them up on spatialreference.org and they are the following: ESRI:102254: NAD 1983 HARN StatePlane Colorado Central FIPS ...
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How to use bbox in long/lat with google/bing/etc… using mapserver‏

The bbox of OpenLayers.Control.GetFeature works in utm when the baselayer is 900913 ie. google/bing/etc) and in long/lat when the baselayer is 4326 (ie. my postgis layers served by mapserver), no ...
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PROJ4 Library error in combination with MapServer 6 and CentOS 6

I have recently compiled MapServer 6.2 on a CentOS 6.3 machine. Since I compiled it --with-proj=/usr, all the PROJ4 related stuff resides in /usr/share/proj. I've also installed proj4 with yum ...
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Why is Spatialite delivering “Invalid SRID” error message

Qspatialite in QGIS 1.8 (and also Spatialite-gui) delivers an "Invalid SRID" error message when I try to load shapefiles with a SRID value of 3814 (Mississippi Transverse Mercatur). The SRID is ...
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how to add a custom SRID to Spatialite

I'd like to create a spatialite database and load it with shapefiles using the Mississippi Transverse Mercator (MSTM) projection, but it doesn't have an EPSG definition in the spatialite library of ...
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Requesting map tiles from a wms server in epsg:900913 fails

I'm trying to figure out how to query a WMS server by using latitude/longitude coordinates. The reason is I'm trying to create an iPhone application and overlay custom tiles with data from the WMS ...
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How to convert NAV4 coordinate system to WGS84?

I would like to know whether it is possible to convert the coordinates given in a NAV4 coordinates system into WGS84. I could not find out what NAV4 is and if it is actually a standardized CRS. Here ...
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What is the difference between EPSG:900913 and EPSG:3857?

I'm using the QGIS google layers plugin to digitize a parcel as a shapefile. Later I want to import it to PostGIS. I know that google maps use a special 'google mercator' projection. What is the ...
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How to convert a geotiff from WGS84 to 3857 with gdalwarp?

I'm trying to convert images with WGS84 projection to 3857 but warp is not giving me a output I would expect. This is my command: gdalwarp -s_srs "+proj=merc +datum=WGS84" -t_srs "EPSG:3857" ...
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Proper gdaltrasform syntax to transform a list of coordinates?

this is probably a very simple question, but I'm very new to GIS so I just need one last nudge. I've got a sense of the Linux utility gdaltransform and I am feeding it coordinate pairs in ...
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How do I convert EPSG:26986 coordinate pairs to EPSG:4326 from the MassGIS web service, the Linux command-line, or PHP?

I'm a GIS newbie, normally a PHP web applications developer. I am trying to map all boundaries of the MA state representative districts. So I just need to convert polygon coordinates from the ...
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What's the difference between EPSG:4326 and EPSG:900913?

I am a bit confused on EPSG:4326 and EPSG:900913. I thought that they were both same. Though as I am placing my features over GMaps, which is EPSG:4326, I need to define the srsname of the WFS layer ...
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Convert Lambert png images to Mercator projection [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How should I use GDAL to perform a transformation? Is there any way of converting the output .png images of a WRF system which are in Lambert projection to Mercator? I ...
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Error occured decoding the epsg code - 3857 (Web Mercator) [closed]

I'm trying to add the following wms service to QGIS using EPSG:3857 and get the following error: Service (running on L/A/P/P geoserver): http://66.228.57.208/geoserver/wms?tiled=true or non-cached ...
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Is there no EPSG code to use for Behrmann equal-area projection in ogr2ogr?

I'm trying to use ogr2ogr to reproject some shapefiles. The projection I wish to use is Behrmann equal-area. I cannot find an EPSG code to use for the '-t_srs' part of the syntax. Is there any way ...
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How can I convert geomagnetic coordinates to geographic coordinates without doing the math myself?

I have some data which are in geomagnetic coordinates; that is, they are latitude and longitude, but in reference to the magnetic north pole in Canada rather than the geographic north pole. As you ...
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How to add EPSG:5235 to QGIS?

First of all I should say I am new to EPSG and QGIS world.Then I want to Georeferced Raster image to EPSG:5235 in QGIS. But in Qgis I can't found above EPSG. How I add this EPSG to Qgis ? Pls help ...
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convert wgs84 coordinate to Google Map coordinate system(EPSG 3785) with geotools and java

Could you please point me out where can I make such a transformation: convert wgs84(EPSG 4326) coordinate to Google Map coordinate system(EPSG 3785), and vise versa. Thank you.
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Error transforming EPSG:4326 to EPSG:90013

When I'm trying to run a map on geomajas an error has occurred: o.g.internal.service.GeoServiceImpl - Problem during transformation EPSG:4326->EPSG:900913 of MULTIPOLYGON The multipolygon ...
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Distances in {Plate Carrée projection - EPSG:4326 - WGS84}

So, "4326 is just the EPSG identifier of WGS84" [3], indeed http://spatialreference.org/ref/epsg/4326/html/ says it is a GEOGraphic Coordinate System: GEOGCS["WGS 84", DATUM["WGS_1984", ...
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Is there an arcpy boolean check for whether an EPSG or prj is supported by arcmap?

I'm writing a tool and essentially I found out that arcmap defaults an epsg to 0 if it sees that the projection is not supported against the predefined projections.
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EPSG operations and operation methods

Querying through the EPSG database, I can see the tables epsg_coordoperation where transforms and conversions between different CRS are stored, and epsg_coordoperationmethod which stores the ...
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How to make QGIS recognize EPSG:31468?

I have Shapefiles without a CRS (e.g. without .prj file). I would like to set the CRS (EPSG:31468) before I pass the Shapefiles. I tried the following: Setting a .prj file manually with the string ...
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how to set WMS reprojection config in mapserver if I creating virtual map (e.g. star map)

all, I want to use openlayers with mapserver to create map of stars. but I dont know how to setting up the WMS config in mapserver , especially the EPSG re-projection things. In fact, I didnt ...
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How do I automatically export a release of the EPSG registry?

I am trying to use the EPSG Registry API to export a release of the registry for offline use but am receiving a registry error. After following the Developer Guide I am HTTP POSTing the following XML ...
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Generate a random 100x100 m bounding box in any projection in pure Python?

I'm given: Extend of WMS Layer SRS Now I want to, in standard 2.6 Python (no OGR or C lib dependencies), to generate a 100x100m random bounding box within that extent (assuming it is more than ...
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Adding EPSG:3857 / 900913 to Oracle's mdsys.cs_srs

I am working with an Oracle Standard database at version 11.2.0.1.0. I also have access to XE version 11.2.0.2.0. The later version has both SRIDs 900913 (Google Mercator) and 3857 (official Web ...
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OpenLayers transform EPSG 27700 coordinate to Google 900913

Community, I'm currelty capturing my mouse click event and trying to transform the coordinates into Long Lat. I need to get at the Long Lat as strings so I can build a url and throw it at Google ...
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Do ArcGIS SpatialReference object factory codes correspond with EPSG numbers?

I've got a project where I'm reading in geometry objects from text files to put them in ArcSDE. These geometry objects have an associated EPSG code, and I'm looking for a way to ensure they're in the ...