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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
19
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
12
comment Command line tools to generate elevation profile from DEM + GPX/GeoJSON
I've since discovered the Mapbox Surface API. I believe the source is open but I don't know how to deploy it locally.
Jul
6
answered GeoJSON Styling information
Jul
5
awarded  Necromancer
Jul
4
revised How to Export Feature GeoJSON from PostGIS
added 174 characters in body
Jul
3
comment Converting multilayer KML files to GeoJSON using ogr2ogr
Great. I found it necessary to add -q to avoid an annoying 'INFO: ' string.
Jun
26
awarded  Yearling
Jun
23
comment Different kinds of time+spatial data
Thanks - good addition.
Jun
21
asked Different kinds of time+spatial data
Jun
17
accepted Join line segments sharing a common attribute, using GDAL
Jun
17
comment Join line segments sharing a common attribute, using GDAL
Great answer, thanks. I hadn't heard of OpenJUMP. (You might want to link to it in your answer, openjump.org )
Jun
17
revised merge shapefile using ogr2ogr and retrieve the attribute of both
fix link and formatting
Jun
17
asked Join line segments sharing a common attribute, using GDAL
Jun
17
suggested approved edit on merge shapefile using ogr2ogr and retrieve the attribute of both
Jun
15
comment What would a map of the world look like if lat/longs were treated as projected coordinates?
And "equirectangular, equidistant cylindrical, simple cylindrical, or rectangular" apparently!
Jun
15
asked What would a map of the world look like if lat/longs were treated as projected coordinates?
Jun
15
answered What would a map of the world look like if lat/longs were treated as projected coordinates?
May
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comment Standard for geospatial CSV with either lat/lon or region encoding
Yeah, my intention is very much requiring EPSG:4326 for all. The great majority of CSVs seem to use that anyway.
May
4
comment Standard for geospatial CSV with either lat/lon or region encoding
Projected coordinates are definitely forbidden, if that's what you mean. (And yes, currently some datasets are in UTM etc, and yes, they're a pain.)