I'm using Shapely's wkt.dumps function to get WKT from geometry objects. I can't seem to find a way to limit the precision of the coordinates. Any help is appreciated.
I would like to be able to convert a single feature (or potentially many features) in an ArcGIS layer into Well Known Text (WKT) format during a geoprocessing operation using Python and ArcPy (no ...
I am trying to get a KML-file (wijken.kml) into Shapely. The KML-file is validated against the proper XML schema, so I guess the input is correct. Routes I have tried: 1) Converting to WKT or WKB ...
I have a problem with converting from WKT to shapefile in pygdal. In wkt I have fields with precision (for example real 7.2). When I create a shapefile I have field numeric with no precision (numeric ...
I've picked up a copy of the super-wicked book 'Python Geospatial Development' by Erik Westra (Amazon link), and I'm working through it. Currently, it's teaching me to load GSHHS coastline data from a ...
I was quite unsatisfied with Calculating Length of Linestrings in WGS84 in Miles. It kept me wondering if there is a more convenient, Pythonic way to calculate the length of a WKT linestring according ...