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Is publishing geodata in unprojected latlon coordinates better than a local UTM projection?

This is meant as some kind of reference Q&A. Unless I am working with truly global data, I always prefer projected, local, metric coordinates so that calculations like area or distances are ...
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How to convert distance in meters(EPSG:28406) to EPSG:900913 with OpenLayers?

For point I use OpenLayers and transform(): numZona = Math.ceil(parseFloat(lon)/6)); Proj4js.defs["EPSG:28406"] = '+proj=tmerc +lat_0=0 +lon_0='(parseInt(numZona)*6-3)+' +k=1.000000 ...
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Transforming between epsg:3857 and Google Maps Tile coordinates

Hio, I used to use a simple python project (https://github.com/hrldcpr/mercator.py) to convert between wgs84 and google maps tile coordinates. This project doesn't have a license, and looks like it ...
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GeoTools, convert CRS for Google Maps

I'm trying to use GeoTools to convert coordinates from EPSG:3857 to various CRS, in order to display WMS layers on a Google Map. For example, I want to display a layer in the EPSG:4326 CRS. I have ...
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GeoTools CRS.getAxisOrder(CRS.getAxisOrder(“EPSG:4326”)) returns EAST_NORTH (LON_LAT)

All is in the title, with GeoTools if I do : AxisOrder order = CRS.getAxisOrder(CRS.getAxisOrder("EPSG:4326")); It returns EAST_NORTH (= LON_LAT), but EPSG:4326 is defined as ordering latitude ...
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How to transform EPSG:3857 to tile pixel coordinates at zoom factor 0?

I'm creating a Leaflet map with an WebGL overlay (using L.CanvasOverlay) which renders a street network on the GPU. Let's assume I have a point (1497143.62, 6896952.18) in EPSG:3857 and want to ...
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How to access Leaflet EPSG:3857 coordinates?

I read everywhere that Leaflet is internally using a spherical web mercator (EPSG:3857), but whatever I try I get either Lat/Lon (EPSG:4326) or strange coordinates I dont understand: ...
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WGS84 conversion to EPSG:3067

I'm trying to convert coordinates from WGS84 to EPSG:3067 with proj4js and Openlayers, but can't get the conversion right. When I run proj4('EPSG:3067',[-24.9993393, -60.184716]); it gives ...
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Using proj to convert EPSG:2263 to WGS84

I have input data in EPSG:2263 with X and Y coordinates such as: X,Y 987043,206407 982441,212359 990907,209020 (these locations are within NYC). I need to convert these to WGS84. Using QGIS if I ...
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Renderd outputs “failed to initialize projection 4326”

I'm setting up a tile server using the guide provided here. I have everything set up. proj4 is installed in version 4.8.0. The espg file is existant, I ran an xmllint over my xml style file without ...
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Heatmap on globe - distortion problems

I want to display a heatmap (png) on a globe in an android app. The heatmap is generated programmatically. The heatmap consists of colored circles. I upload the png to geosserver and display it as ...
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Why can I publish a layer in Geoserver using these two different projections?

I have a shapefile with this projection in the .prj file GEOGCS["GCS_WGS_1984", DATUM["D_WGS_1984", SPHEROID["WGS_1984",6378137.0,298.257223563]], PRIMEM["Greenwich",0.0], ...
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projection for high accuracy small areas

I need to convert (lat,long,height)points into a cartesian system for an area as small as 40kmx40km or even 10kmx10km. I'm currently using the UTM projection, but there are some issues regarding ...
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Proper gdaltransform 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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EPSG:3575 projected bounds

I've been trying to find out what the projected bounds are for EPSG:3575 but have not been able to find a definitive answer. Normally, I'd just use the values from EPSG.io but when I tried these in ...
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Local Ortho projection to Proj4

We are trying to use proj4 to project a local coordinate system to EPSG4326. We believe we have most of the string created correctly in QGIS and as follows; +proj=ortho +datum=WGS84 ...
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ArcGIS Desktop, shapefile 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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GDAL does not recognize EPSG code of a shapefilefile regrojected by ogr2ogr

I am using ogr2ogr to reproject shapefiles. For example: ogr2ogr -s_srs EPSG:1234 -t_srs EPSG:3857 dest.shp srs.shp ogr2ogr then creates dest.shp, dest.shx, dest.dbf and dest.prj as expected. The ...
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Using Cassini-Soldner projection in QGIS?

I have a shapefile in a Cassini Soldner reference system centered in Monte Mario (Italian cadastre map). I want to insert these data inside QGIS in order to compare data with aerial images. When ...
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Why prj2epsg cannot resolve PostGIS SRText?

In many places I have seen people referring to http://prj2epsg.org (here, here). I have used this service too, however, the service cannot uniquely identify an EPSG code alway. I understand that it ...
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calculate real meters in epgs 3857

I use ol3 as a map service. I have made a linestring with tow points [[0,0],[0,1000]] and calculated the distence using vincenty formula it was 1000 meter which is accurate. But when i made another ...
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Misalignment of EPSG:4326 and EPSG:3399 coordinates

I'm having a QGIS project in local coordinates (Gauss-Kruger, EPSG:3399) with some layers in the same reference system. On top of that, I want to display point coordinates, which I digitized using ...
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Guessing unknown projection of Webapp

I have a series of points around the greater london area (may be also around 100-200kms away from it) like those here in the format Lon, Lat: 43032.1,32681 95816.5,34473.8 15439.3,-13987 The ...
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Ogr2ogr trying to import and convert shapefile to EPSG:3857

I'm attempting to import a shapefile (along with .prj file) to MySQL using Ogr2ogr and using the t_srs option set to EPSG:3857 (the default for Leaflet and Google Maps) but I'm getting odd results, ...
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Why does projection WKT differ between osr.SpatialReference and gdalinfo

I am writing a simple geotiff using the GDAL python bindings, but the projection WKT reported by gdalinfo differs from the source. The script from osgeo import gdal, osr import numpy # Create ...
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Coordinate Transformation in Gdal/Ogr (EPSG:4326 to EPSG:3068)

I think gdal/ogr(/proj4) doesn't recognize epsg:3068 right? Here is what I tried: public static void transformSRS(){ // creating EPSG:4326 SpatialReference sourceSRS = new ...
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Geowebcache alias for custom projections

Is there a way to configure a projection alias in geowebcache? E.g. if I would like to advertise projection EPSG:25833 and EPSG:32633 to the client, while requesting tiles from the backend using ...
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Rotation matrix in the EPSG

I use Proj4j for a WebGIS and I have to create a new ESPG. I tried on QGIS to convert coordinates from a local system (in Greece) to a world coordinates system. First, I have to do a 2D ...
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Find unit of EPSG-Code

I need a way to find out the unit of an EPSG-Code (e.g: meter) from java (ogr, gdal, osgeo?) but any other approach would be fine as well. I want to do something like: if(epsg.unit==meter){ do ...
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Change OpenLayers 3 view center

I'm using OpenLayers 3 to interact with some maps. I first declare my map: map = new ol.Map({ target: 'map', layers: [ new ol.layer.Tile({ ...
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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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Show a kml (which uses longitude and latitude EPSG:4326) in “google/OSM” projection (EPSG:3857) in open street map

I am showing a kml layer, over OSM. The points in the kml are latitude/longitude (EPSG:4326). I don't have to convert any points or anything, it all just works. Great! Now, the client also wants to ...
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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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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 ...
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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 ...
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How to change Axis Order when transfering data from WFS to Postgis DB

I am using GeoKettle to transfer data from a WFS service to a Postgis DB. The projection of the geometries is WGS 84 : GEOGCS["WGS 84", DATUM["World Geodetic System 1984", SPHEROID["WGS 84", ...
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Convert EPSG:3068 to WGS84

So I have a GeoJSON with EPSG:3068 and I would like to convert the coordinates to WGS84(EPSG:4326). I could also convert them before I write them to GeoJSON. I could not find an algorithm for the ...
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Using customized Coordinate System for Archaeological site data

I don't know so much about coordinate systems... In my office we use to deal with spatial data coming from archaeological sites. Each site has its own x-y-z coordinate system (GCS). Three simple ...
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math formula for transforming from EPSG:4326 to EPSG:3857

is there any math formula for transforming from EPSG:4326 to EPSG:3857 ? i want to implement it in php code
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Which EPSG for UTM with 8 digits in QGIS

I have a UTM datasets with 8 digits, so the first digits are 32 (for UTM Zone 32N), but which EPSG should I use to get the data at the right spot in QGIS in a 6 digits system. If I want to transfer ...
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Definitive list of Proj4 supported coordinate systems

I need to determine the minimum set of coordinate systems supported by all tiers of my project's stack. I have a list of EPSG codes supported by Oracle and GeoServer but I'm having trouble finding a ...
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Equivalence of EPSG:3857 for MapInfo 9.5

I have a raster projected on EPSG:3857 with QGIS. I have image registration in Mapinfo but there is no projection for EPSG:3857. Do you know the projection that I need to use?
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Layer missing Native SRS in geoserver

I'm currently trying to get a couple of layers uploaded to a geoserver and I'm having trouble getting the projection recognized. The result of the curl command is that the two layers are both missing ...
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WFS with EPSG:3301 projection using Leaflet

I am adding WFS points to Leaflet map, but don't see them on the map, however in console I see that all points I wanted is here with all properties and geometries. But the problem here is in ...
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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 add an unknown CRS to QGIS? [duplicate]

I wonder if there is an option to add a CRS to QGIS which is not listed in the internal database of the program. I read that PostGIS allows adding a custom CRS.
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How to define custom projection EPSG:5714 in QGIS

I have a series of raster files with the CRS EPSG:5714. I need to define this CRS in QGIS but I'm fairly new to this and have no idea how to define the proj4 CRS for this. I searched at ...
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Can't save map with different projection in QGIS

I'm using QGIS 2.4 and am opening a shapefile I downloaded (specifically from: http://www.naturalearthdata.com/http//www.naturalearthdata.com/download/110m/physical/ne_110m_coastline.zip). What I ...
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The ratio Pixel distance to geographical distance?

I have had this problem for several days and I have no idea to solve it. The problem is that I am trying to find out the length and width of ships from a Bing map. I got the location point (lon, ...
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Guessing a map projection by its values [duplicate]

This is more a theoretical question and not an actual problem that I have. Is it possible to identify or classify projections by their numerical coordinates? Or alternatively rule out in some sort of ...