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In fact ArcGIS is geo(spatial) data processing software. By the way, overlaying one over another depends on the image dimension of the images(s) is being imported in arc map.If images with same dimensions are imported then these images overlay one over another.In this case arc map creates two files (.xml and .ovr)for each image. You need to just drag and ...
You could assign a projection to your map in the platform you are working in. For example, you could first try to assign a UTM Zone 11 North projection and overlay the map with a base map (e.g. Google Layer) and see whether the features of your map align with the features of the base layer. If not, assign UTM Zone 12, and so on.
The central meridian of the UTM systems is at 93°W +/- 6° and has a value of 500000m in the local system. So you have to look up those central meridians and see which aligns with your UTM grid. The next central meridian will be about 300 km away, and appear bended in the chosen UTM projection.
It looks like GDAL is describing the outer edge of the 'origin pixel' and Arcmap is refering to the center of the origin pixel. If you add half the resolution of a pixel they'll match fine. This definition is often different with different software, it doesnt really matter, though you should know what you're looking at so you can take it into account. One ...
How to get Shapefile point coordinates into .xls? Following the directions in the above post, merely @vector layer containing the (NDVI, these may be different) values of the selected pixels go to Vector>Geometry Tools>Export/Add Geometry columns enter the vector layer containing, the attribute table where the coordinates are to be added. click OK. ...
Instead of trying to zoom to layer you need to use the georeferencing toolbar to display your .jpg Once you have the .jpg in your table of contents, navigate to where your image will be georeferenced (assuming you have a basemap) you can then open the drop-down and select fit to display: This will center the image on your screen allowing you to start the ...
Another - more interactive - option is the Vector Bender plugin. It does to vectors what georefencers does to raster. This feature is also known as "rubber sheeting". There is even a video showcasing how it works: https://vimeo.com/96142479
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