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What's the meaning of numbers before an EPSG code, e.g. the 6.9 in EPSG:6.9:4326?

A WFS server I was using offered boundaries data in the following EPSG codes: EPSG:6.9:27700 EPSG:6.9:4326 ...defined in the XML giveCapabilities spec like this: <DefaultCRS>urn:ogc:def:crs:...
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Transform coordinates from EPSG to GOOGLE by Proj4 library

i searched a lot but i doesn't get the correct answer. Maybe someone can help me. I want to transform from epsg 25833 to google coordinates for use it in my android application. The transformation ...
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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 +x_0='+numZona+'...
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Projection: conversion of coordinate pairs in Python

Google Translated I am using QGIS and wish to automate the export of a map (an existing project) to which I add a vector layer (representing a construction zone) in pdf format. The problem is: The ...
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How to create a new datum transformation within the ArcGIS REST API?

I'm trying to get a new (EPSG) datum transformation parameter added to the ArcGIS REST API so that I can then get a WKID code for use in ArcGIS Online applications. Does anyone know how to get a new ...
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Converting UTM coordinates to WGS 84

I know the coordinates below are in UTM 36N (due to the EPSG code), and I can convert them with several websites online to wgs 84 and see them in Google Maps. However, been helplessly looking the ...
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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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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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Leaflet Tiling with epsg4326?

i'm using leaflet to render a map on my site. The problem is, i use mongoDB to perform some geospatial queries serverside, which use as standard the infamous epsg4326. It appears that on leaflet ...
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Leaflet, changing base map CRS

So i am using leaflet in order to create my project, which is a world map that certain layers would be add on top of it. I am wondering whether I should change the CRS property of the map object, ...
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Openlayer3: projection to Map.view coordinate system

I have an ol.layer.Tile with ol.source.BingMaps in epsg:3857 and I want add it to my ol.Map with projection 4258. The code below does that but when I display the layer it is rendered in the original ...
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projection from epsg:4326 to epsg:4258

I'm looking for projection functions to convert coordinates in 4326 to coordinates in 4258 and viceversa. Any suggestions?
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Description CRS EPSG:6372

does someone know where could I find a description of CRS EPSG:6372. I searched in the EPSG page but seem not to find something that quick..
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Differences in the longitude and latitude between a LiDAR DSM and an optical image

I've downloaded the UK's LiDAR elevation data (see below) in laz format for a specific region (Tewkesbury) from: http://environment.data.gov.uk/ds/survey#/download From that, a DSM (Digital Surface ...
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Why distance calculated via pixel size in GeoTiff (EPSG:3857) not equal to Google map or ::skyglyph distance?

I need to understand what's wrong with distance calculated via pixel size. I try to calculate vertical size of GeoTIFF with EPSG:3857. Vertical size in pixels is 4001 pixels and in map units is 2654....
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how to transform DB stored EPSG data to Geography data type in sql server

I have a 3 GB database in SQL Server, with certain points stored in float values. The points are stored in EPSG 3765. I would prefer to have them saved in the Geography datatype. I can not store them ...
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GeoServer WMS transformation causing problems!

I am displaying the population density as wms layer with geoserver 2.8 in tomcat8. As you can see in the screenshot, there are some strange borders where are no values in the tiff file. Can anyone ...
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Default transformation for a EPSG CRS

Is there any way to know which transformation, from available, is the default transformation for a CRS in the EPSG database? For example, EPSG:4230 has more than 30 transformation available and ...
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Get projection/datum from GeoTIFF in C/C++

I am trying to create a GeoTiff importer for an application I'm developing, but for now I am kind of lost. I am using libgeotiff in C/C++, and for now, what I have done is projection points using ...
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Projection system differs

I want to define projection for a Shape file. The projection system is: "NAD_1983_StatePlane_Montana_FIPS_2500" which is referred in Qgis 1.9 as EPSG:102700. The same projection system is not ...
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Why isn't QGIS detecting CRS from .prj file?

I have a number of 1 km hexagonal grids that cover various counties in the United States in a postgreSQL/postGIS database. Each grid has the CRS EPSG:3857, and the counties layer has EPSG:3857. When ...
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Corners of GeoTiff's not lining up after doing gdalwarp EPSG:3006 -> EPSG:4326

I have some GeoTiff's that are in EPSG:3006 (SWEREF99 TM) atm, and I'm trying to convert them to EPSG:4326 (WGS84) because some other software needs it in this projection. But after doing the ...
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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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Geoserver projection recognize problem

I'm publishing shape files in geoserver through curl,my problem is that geoserver didn't recognizing the projection which is in ESRI WKT format(layer was publishing).I searched for this problem i ...
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Foreign Key error, creating new splite db?

Attempting to use a plugin in QGIS (midvatten) that utilizes splite. I am attempting to create a db in a different EPSG than the plug in defaults to, im getting "foreign key constraint failed" as my ...
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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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Projection Issues - OpenLayers / MapServer / NAD83 State Plane FT

I am having projection issues with OpenLayers version 2.13 with MapServer and the Proj4 library. Pulling layers in NAD83 State Plane Feet projections on top of an OSM or MapQuest Base Map in Google ...
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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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Determining EPSG code for coordinate transformation using ArcPy? [closed]

I am trying to write a Python script which will identify the EPSG code for the coordinate transformation. I am familiar with the dataFrame.geographicTransformations function, however this returns a ...
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How to know what is the correct ESPG code for clipping Landsat imagery?

This is somewhat related to a previous question of mine. My goal here is to clip Landsat imagery to a rectangle that I've defined by four points of latitude and longitude in WGS84. To do this, I've ...
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What is the epsg code of eurostat maps?

Shape files of Europe maps are available on the Eurostat website. I downloaded NUTS_2013_60M_SH. The tool (readOGR from the R package Rgdal) I use to load the map shows the following proj4string: "+...
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What is the proj4string of the Lambert azimuthal equal-area projection?

Shapefiles of European data are available on the Eurostat website. I have loaded the NUTS_2013_60M_SH Shapefile in R with the command; europeRG <- readOGR(dsn = patheurope, layer = "...
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How to choose the EPSG projection?

Up until now for reprojection of my WGS84 vector (.shp) and raster files (.tif), I have been using EPSG projections based on vector/raster central point's UTM zone. But what happens if the envelope-...
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proj4js with geocentric CRS

I am developing a little web app to transform coordinates between CRSs. To do that I am using proj4js, but I notice that proj4js can't work with geocentric CRSs. Is there another tool similar to ...
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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 line-by-...
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OpenLayers WMS to Leaflet with EPSG:2170 projection

This is the original code for OpenLayers 2 var res = [ 1000.0 / 4.0, 1000.0 / 8.0, 1000.0 / 16.0, 1000.0 / 32.0, 1000.0 / 64.0, ...
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How to quickly change EPSG in QGIS (Openlayers; 4326 vs. 3857)

I'm using Qgis 2.12.2-Lyon on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. With the OpenLayers plugin I added some OpenLayers to my Canvas. I usually use the WGS 84 (EPSG:4326) projection for my project, but I have to switch ...
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Saving shapefile using GeoTools?

This is my first time dealing with the GeoTools library and not sure how to troubleshoot the issue. I am trying to save a shape file using the library but I get the following stack trace: java.lang....
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Reprojecting WGS 1984 Web Mercator (EPSG:3857) in Python with GDAL

I am reprojecting rasters in python using GDAL. I need to project several tiffs from geographic WGS 84 coordinates to WGS 1984 Web Mercator (Auxiliary Sphere), in order to use them later in Openlayers ...
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In OpenLayers 3, transformExtent to EPSG:8155 produces error

I'm trying to get the extent of a map using OpenLayers 3, so that I can use it in a CQL filter to limit the area of the WMS request to the area currently shown in the map extent. To do this, I have 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: map.getBounds()....
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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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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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wrong coordinates for wfs MultiLineString from geoserver

I have a leaflet application and I want to display some WFS layers coming from Geoserver. In Geoserver, I declare my layer with a "native SRC" EPSG:2154, and with a "declared SRC" EPSG:4326 and set "...
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OpenLayers 3 display wfs EPSG:4326 on EPSG:3857 map

Is it possible in OpenLayers 3 to project an EPSG:4326 wfs vector layer on to say a MapQuest EPSG:3857 map? I've tried the following code (modifying this example Open Layers 3 wfs example, but the ...
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Transforming from EPSG:2154 to EPSG:3857 using ProjNet4GeoApi/Proj.net, C#

I don't have much experience with GIS. Here's are my projections defintion: private Dictionary<CoordinateSystemStrings, string> CoordinateSystemStringDictionary = new Dictionary<...
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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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What is the difference between spatialreference.org catalogs: EPSG, ESRI, and User-defined?

I'm trying to understand EPSG codes. I've been to the spatialreference.org site, and in its "about" link, it states: "There are currently three distinct catalogs of spatial reference systems on this ...
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Is it possible to visualize EPSG:102020 and EPSG:3857 at same time in QGIS?

Is it possible to visualize EPSG:102020 and EPSG:3857 at same time in QGIS? If is possible, how? Why some EPSG permit on the fly transformation and visualization and other don`t?
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Get pixel geo info according projection and map extent

I would like to know if it is possible to calculate the geographic coordinates (lat, lon) for a pixel specified by its x/y (top-left) cartesian coordinates in a map image/raster? The datum and ...