I have two pairs of lat/long coordinates that represent the top left and bottom right corners of a bounding box. I have a third pair of lat/long coordinates representing a point within this bounding ...
I have a feature data which is based on lat/long. To show on the map, I convert them to east/nort. When dealing with Bounding box, I am getting co-ords is east/north, so I am converting from ...
I checked the twitter API here. I know how to get tweets in United States within a bounding box such as: [-124.47,24.0,-66.56,49.3843]. How can I easily get all the tweets NOT in this bounding ...
I have bounding box coordinates of my shapefile (fetched from layer.GetExtent() Python with GDAL/OGR): (-38.6102467739459, -38.017601026186576, 33.01563382506067, 33.624945228091406) So I assume ...
Not 100% sure if this is the correct place to ask my question so I apologise if it isn't. Also, I have very limited experience with GIS systems, so please pardon my ignorance if some of my terminology ...
What formula could I use to calculate the size in Kilometres of a bounding box based on a given Southwest latitude/longitude and a Northeast latitude/longitude points? The bounding box format is ...