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Yes, always anticipate coordinates to fluctuate. Though the building is not likely to shift on the earth's surface, using coordinates as identifiers/keys for addresses is a bad idea because the data set is going to move from underneath you: Accuracy a matter of definition. Is an address most accurately pinned at its mailbox, or its largest structure, or ...


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Add Glasgow to the search before entering G1. Search would be for example: "Glasgow G1"


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Ok finally I found the solution with postGIS st_translate select id, st_translate(geom, -0.00045, -0.00073) from tmp_che_adm3 The most important part is to find the correct offset in degrees. I think, for simply move geometries in XY is faster than qgsaffine


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Since all the other countries seem to match, the problem seems to be with the swisserland data. Check again if u have set the right coordinate system for the layer. If it checks out, its probably a faulty dataset. If u know the offset, you could try to reproject the layer with the qgsaffine plugin. Martin Update on how to use it: -Install the plugin, you ...



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