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 ...
I have to work with a shapefile defined in an unusual projection, which my GIS software does not know about. How can I get the proj4 definition or the EPSG code for the projection?
Check out this depth-to-rock soil data. It is linked from here. The spatial reference system is a latlon, but the units are arcseconds. I could not reason out how to override the SRS even after ...
I'm working on raster files and their spatial reference system is: PROJCS["Geostationary_Satellite", GEOGCS["GCS_Unknown datum based upon the custom ellipsoid", DATUM["D_Not specified ...
I've installed gdal using the brew utility on OS X so the proj and geos dependencies were also installed. I'm now trying to warp a GeoTIFF so that I can import it into Google Earth. I am getting a ...
I have a radar image with the following information: The projection is Mercator (Mercator_1SP in GDAL) The projection origin is 0º lat 0º lon At a given geographic coordinates (e.g. lon=10º ...
I have a geotiff raster image that has a coordinate system with longtitudes from 0 to 360. The horizontal center of the image is 180 longtitude. See image below: I want to transform it to EPSG:4326 ...