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I'm a PhD student at the Institute for Complex Systems Simulation at the University of Southampton, UK studying complexity in Remote Sensing.

As part of my work I am heavily involved in Remote Sensing and GIS technologies - particularly ENVI/IDL programming and ArcGIS scripting using Python.

My academic website shows some examples of my work, and links to some of the software I have written.


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answered Writing shapefile with projection defined crashes fiona
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comment Writing shapefile with projection defined crashes fiona
Same error, unfortunately.
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comment Writing shapefile with projection defined crashes fiona
I've just checked and it fails with both of the CRS you suggested. I assumed it wouldn't check the co-ordinates - I actually found this bug when working on a far more complex bit of code, but just simplified it down for this question.
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comment How to use the same ROI for multiple LANDSAT images in ENVI?
Yeah, it's quite common to find that the georeferencing that comes with Landsat images isn't quite good enough, and so you have to do some co-registration yourself. It's a pain, but unfortunately it has to be done.
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comment How to shrink polygon on two sides?
Good question. The red section should always be more vertical. I was wondering if there was a way round this that didn't involve iterating through all of the polygons and changing vertices manually - I can imagine that being a pain to get properly right (particularly for polygons that go across the equator/greenwich meridian).