The process of translating a map or spatial data from one geographic projection to another

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gdaldem hillshade stop working with new projection?

Parallel to gdalwarp `-te -5.8 41 10 51.5 -ts 1980 0` not working with mercator? , my hillshade works with lat/long input : gdaldem hillshade input.tmp.tif shadedrelief.tmp.tif -s 111120 -z 5 -az ...
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gdalwarp `-te -5.8 41 10 51.5 -ts 1980 0` not working with mercator?

I was working with native lat/log projection on etopo1: #donwload: curl -L -C - ...
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ArcGIS. Coordinates conversion from WGS84 to Stereo70 is not precise

So I want to convert coordinates from WGS84 to Stereo 70 and it is not working precise. For example, I have the coordinates (20.2600, 43.6200) and in Stereo 70 should look like (448469.26,325966.67) ...
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Reprojecting: Different results in OGR and PROJ.4 for EPSG24373 (India) [duplicate]

I need to convert EPSG4326 lon/lat tuples to EPSG24373 (Kalianpur 1880 / India zone III). However, when using the Python bindings of OGR and PROJ.4 (pyproj), I get different results. I wrote the ...
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How can I make the UTMs of different datasets uniform?

I have wind datasets for every U.S. state and want to merge them. I found out that these datasets use different UTMs. So I want to make the UTMs uniform. How can I do that? This can not simply be done ...
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Openlayers how to display wfs with another projection than EPSG:4326

Here is some OpenLayers code: var projection = "EPSG:3009"; map = new OpenLayers.Map('map', { // projection: "EPSG:900913", // displayProjection: projection, // displayProjection: ...
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Reprojecting vector layer from EPSG 3857 to 4326

based on examples from: http://acanimal.github.io/thebookofopenlayers3/chapter03_10_reading_writing_features.html http://acanimal.github.io/thebookofopenlayers3/chapter07_07_editing_features.html I ...
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Error when Projecting Rasters using ArcPy?

Using ArcGIS 10.3 I'm receiving the dreaded 'ERROR 999999' when attempting to project a geodatabase full of rasters from WGS84_UTM_zone_10N to Nad83_BC_Environment_Albers import arcpy InRasterGDB = ...
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How to generate a tiled map from a spherical mercator SVG?

I'm not a GIS person; this is really just a side task, so I probably have terminology/strategy incorrect; I would ask that you please bear with me. I have the following requirements for a Qt-based C++ ...
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How to project a GeoJSON on the fly in OpenLayers 3?

I have been trying to load a GeoJSON without success. I have a map with a background layer from OSM. I have some data in 4326 I want to overlay on that map. I do not want to transform coordinates one ...
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How to match a raster NetCDF data with a vector layer in QGIS?

When I load a raster layer with humidity data from NOAA database (for instance rhum.2m.2014.nc at ftp://ftp.cdc.noaa.gov/Datasets/NARR/Dailies/monolevel/) I am not able to match it with a simple map ...
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Unknown coordinates in Shapefile, projecting doesn't give expected results

I'm reading a Shape file (four files actually, .dbf, .prj, .shp and .shx) containing polygons representing certain areas in my neighborhood. For this I use C# and a library called DotSpatial. I can ...
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PROJ.4 cs2cs is too slow. Alternative?

I use PROJ.4 cs2cs to convert data from a Lambert Conformal Conic to a geodetic coordinate (NAD83) or vice versa. In my application, sometimes I need to convert a lot of data. Because I call cs2cs ...
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Converting between wgs84 and nad83

This is a newbie question that is about converting between wgs84 and nad83. I have aerial photos that I am trying to compute lat long coordinates for as closely as possible. There are several factors ...
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Range of values in slope and aspect changes when I try to unproject my projected rasters

I use the SRTM DEM and I have used the "Project Rater" tool in ArcGIS10.2 in order to project it from GCS_WGS_84 to a certain UTM zone in WGS84. With my projected elevation raster, I have calculated ...
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Reprojection error

I have a lidar file (file.las) with the following spatial reference: Spatial Reference: PROJCS["NAD83 / UTM zone 11N", GEOGCS["NAD83", DATUM["North_American_Datum_1983", ...
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Project house on WGS84

I have imported a DXF file of my house in QGIS. I also included an openstreetmap layer in WGS84 which also displays my house as a square. Naturally, my house from the DXF file is placed in the ocean ...
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How to resample a DEM from GCS to UTM with respect to reprojection bounds parameter?

When reprojecting a DEM (e.g., SRTM-derived 1-arc DEM) using PCI Geomatica for example, to constrain pixel size and maintain a square pixel you can either change the image extent or the number of ...
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Converting SWEREF99TM coordinates to the “standard” coordinate system (longitude and latitude)

I recently asked a question about a coordinate system in a file, and found out that it used SWEREF99TM, but I can't figure out how to convert those coordinates to the "geographic coordinate system". ...
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GCS transformation

I have a shape POSGAR 1994, I tested several reprojections and I cannot delete a displacement of about 100 meters with google earth. These are the shape data: PROJCS["POSGAR_1994_Argentina_Zone_5", ...
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QGIS batch shp transform

I have a large number of shape files in OSGB (EPSG:7405), with no .prj file that I would like to convert to WGS84 (EPSG:4326). Can you let me know if this is possible in Qgis and, if so, how, and, if ...
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Error in Measuring distance using QGIS?

I am using the current Qgis 2.6.1 and having problems using the measuring distance function. The 'Measure Line' is giving me distances which is completely wrong and the scale shown was too big also. ...
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Batch Re-projection script syntax error

import arcpy sourceWorkspace = "C:\\Users\\tx8p90\\Desktop\\Lesson2" targetProjection = "C:\\Users\\tx8p90\\Desktop\\python excercise data\\Lesson1\\contourlines.shp" listDataSet = ...
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Reprojecting a population raster from LAEA to lonlat

I have a population density raster from the EEA which is based on the CORINE land cover 2000 data. ...
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Reprojecting a CSV file using ogr2ogr?

I am trying to convert a CSV with fields in one projection system (EPSG:27700) to fields in another (EPSG:4326). I have made a VRT file called landfill.vrt, in the same directory as my CSV file, ...
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How to re-project graphics returned from a geoprocessing service on the fly? [duplicate]

I have a geoprocessing service returning a feature-set in WGS_84. I want to show that graphics on the map using Arcgis JS api. As I can see my geometries are not re-projected on the fly, since my ...
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How are ESRI WKT projections different from OGC WKT projections?

Does anyone know the precise list of differences between esri wkt and ogc wkt projection format strings? I know there are various tools to help convert from esri wkt to ogc wkt, incl gdal utilities ...
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Unknown Coordinates

I'm new at gis. I'm using Arcgis 10.2.2 and trying to geocode some addresses. I used a geocoding service which gave the coordinates in this format: POINT(102778.307715144 105888.168842117) I don't ...
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QGIS Dissolve tool re-projects and rotates layer

I'm trying to use QGIS (2.6.1-Brighton) to aggregate polygons according to an ID attribute. I'm using the shapefile of school district polygons in Michigan found here: ...
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conversion differences going from 4326 to 26710?

there are two coordinate systems in question: "CRS 1" = EPSG:4326 (good ol WGS84) "CRS 2" = EPSG:26710 (UTM NAD27 Zone 10 (specifically, zone 10S but they don't seem to differentiate) For the ...
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How to shift a CRS by an observed offset

I have a drone image is which is geo-referenced over a Google Sat. image. These align well, and both use WGS84-Pseudo Mercator (EPSG:3857). I have a set of data points in a shape file which are ...
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Reproject xy tiles from mercator to Gauß-Krueger in ubuntu terminal

I´ve exported a map from tilemill as mbtiles and converted them to xyz tiles with help of mbutil. The tiles should be used (for learning purpose) with mod_tile or geoserver and displayed in ...
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Coordinate transformation/reprojection using DotSpatial

need some help. The following piece og code worked with an older version of DotSpatial. public static Geometry Project_EPSG25832_To_EPSG3857(byte[] wkb, int SRID) { ...
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More accurate way to calculate area of rasters

In my daily work, I am constantly asked to calculate areas of global raster datasets in geographic projection at 30 arc second resolution. These datasets are normally the result of a Combine operation ...
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Help with Python/GDAL documentation

The instructions from the url http://gdal.org/gdal_tutorial.html give the following example: dataset = gdal.Open( filename, GA_ReadOnly) with the following description: It's interpretation is ...
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projection differences in R

I am trying to reproject some climate data that I downloaded from http://gdo-dcp.ucllnl.org/downscaled_cmip_projections/dcpInterface.html#Welcomein The BCSD-CMIP5 data is found under the tab ...
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Overlaying two shapefiles and projecting one of them from Geographic to Projected Coordinate System? [duplicate]

I am trying to project a shapefile which is in Geographic Coordinate System i.e. Geocentric Datum of Australia 1994 to a Projected coordinate system i.e. Map Grid of Australia Zone 55 using GDA 94 ...
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OpenLayers 2: Transform the geometries for a list of feature objects

I am trying to export GeoJSON for a list of feature objects. The features are in EPSG:3857 projection and I would like to convert all geometries to EPSG:4326. I am perfectly capable of doing this by ...
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Coordinates freeze when I give a projection

I have recently begun to use arcmap and needed some guidance on a problem that I am facing. I have a district shape file with 200 districts with geographic coordinate system: GCS_WGS_1984. I need to ...
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Unknown Coordinate System Cadastral?

I have point data from a proprietary source that came in a coordinate system I do not recognize. Here is an example: Lat: 35205357 Long: -11.15933 It looks like a combination of UTMs and ...
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Convert coordinates from readShapePoly in R to long-lat coordinates

I'm trying to find some centroids of a shapefile for Danish municipalities and afterwards find the driving time between them. I use R's readShapePoly function from maptools combined with the ...
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Why does this Geotools Java reprojection to WGS-84/4326 cause offset?

I am using the block of code below. I am reading in a geotif with a UTM zone projection and converting it to 4326. I am pulling out certain multiband values and creating a new raster, when I plot the ...
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Assign CRS to shapefile in R

I imported my shapefile dat to R with readOGR, coordinates are given in easting and northing, I'd like to change it to latlon and tried: dat_latlon <- spTransform(dat, CRS("+proj=longlat ...
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gdalwarp with NETCDF files

I have been looking for it for a while but couldn't find what exactly I need. I have WRF outputs in NETCDF format and I want to convert them to Geotiffs with gdalwarp. I think my -s_srs should be ...
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How to export projected layers with relative cartesian (x,y) coordinates in ArcGIS

I've got several GIS datasets for a national park in South Africa (elevation map, water points, elephant density and such). I have access to the full ArcGIS Desktop Advanced suite, but am no GIS ...
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QGIS Problem with extract and warp modules in model builder

I have problems using the gdal modules extract and warp in the model builder. They run correctly when started without the modelbuilder, but when I integrate them in the modelbuilder they won't work. ...
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ArcGIS Desktop:Transformations: Geographic vs Projected?

Arc10. I have two data sets (both CSV files w/ lat and long columns) and I am working on standardizing them to the same projection. File1: NAD27; File2: NAD27, WGS84, and NAD83. I would like all of ...
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Projection of COSMO-EU?

I have data points of COSMO-EU data stored in WGS84 coordinates. Now I try to transform them into coordinate system where the points becomming arranged to a regular grid. Does anybody knows the Proj4- ...
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Using GDAL's GetProjection information to make a coordinate conversion in pyproj

I'm opening a geoTIFF file in Python using gdal. Upon reading with the GetProjection() method, I find the following information ...
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Reprojecting from Wagner VII using QGIS

I have a shapefile in Wagner VII projection (well, the proj4 string really only is: "+proj=wag7 +datum=WGS84 +units=m"). I'd like to reproject it to WGS84 (EPSG:4326) using QGIS 2.6. However, when I ...