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The first step is ensure which data have the proper information, for this matter I would try to get the coordinates from other resources (google maps, OSM, geographic services in your country),if you can identify a geodesic vertex will much better. When you compare with your data you can identify the wrong information. In case of your DGN file have the ...


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As mentioned in the comment, a possible problem is the precision of your dataset, which could eplain that the data do not align. However, 20 m seems to be quite large especially in Kentucky where I would expect bing map to be at least below 5 m. The more likely issue is the absence of transformation between WGS 84 and NAD83 when you use "on the fly" ...


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DGNLib is a small C/C++ library.



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