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Aug
28
answered ST_Area of a buffer differs by coordinate
Aug
23
comment Extracting the pixelwise proportion of classes of a finer raster in a coarser one
@JEquihua updated to align to the 1km raster, and copy the NODATA locations, multiply the values to percent
Aug
23
revised Extracting the pixelwise proportion of classes of a finer raster in a coarser one
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Aug
20
comment Extracting the pixelwise proportion of classes of a finer raster in a coarser one
@JEquihua you actually have 27 unique classes (not 7) between 1 and 31. You can make a 31-band analysis instead, which works fine.
Aug
20
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Aug
19
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Aug
19
answered Major bug in ArcGIS Zonal statistics?
Aug
19
revised Understanding min and max values with Mosaic to New Raster?
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Aug
19
revised Understanding min and max values with Mosaic to New Raster?
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Aug
19
answered Understanding min and max values with Mosaic to New Raster?
Aug
17
answered Extracting the pixelwise proportion of classes of a finer raster in a coarser one
Aug
14
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Aug
14
revised How can I convert points in EPSG:2956 to EPSG:4326 with pyproj?
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Aug
14
answered How can I convert points in EPSG:2956 to EPSG:4326 with pyproj?
Aug
13
comment How can I convert points in EPSG:2956 to EPSG:4326 with pyproj?
How did you determine your corresponding points in EPSG:2956?
Aug
13
revised How can I convert points in EPSG:2956 to EPSG:4326 with pyproj?
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Aug
12
comment Parsing geocoded data using python
Put your full error message in the question, in particular what line it occurs.
Aug
11
comment What format is lat/long stored in OSM PostGIS?
This is integer division, which truncates '448545276'/100 to 4485452. Use ST_SetSRID(ST_MakePoint(lon / 100.0, lat / 100.0), 3785) to properly construct the geometry.
Aug
10
comment Converting a CSV with a WKT column to a Shapefile
Don't cross-post
Aug
9
comment Very Large Coordinates when Reading Shapefile using Python
It is EPSG:26986 — NAD83 / Massachusetts Mainland