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Apr
27
comment Polygons (world countries) over 180 degrees gets broken in rendering
Maybe the answers to this questions can help you: gis.stackexchange.com/questions/72621/…
Apr
27
comment How to overlay a Lat/Long CSV and NAD83 Shapefile in QGIS?
If you filter for "WGS84" in QGIS, you get EPSG:4326 at the top under geographical CRS (with degrees as units), while all others in the list are projected CRS (with meters as units) based on the same ellipsoid WGS84, but with an addition in the name to distinguish them.
Apr
27
comment How to overlay a Lat/Long CSV and NAD83 Shapefile in QGIS?
@Alex what made you think that EPSG:4037 would be the right CRS?
Apr
26
answered How to overlay a Lat/Long CSV and NAD83 Shapefile in QGIS?
Apr
25
answered How to transfer large amount of OSM data to postgis using osm2pgsql?
Apr
24
comment Why are all tiles white when using the OpenLayers plugin?
I can't help you on the proxy, because I don't have one ...
Apr
24
answered Why are all tiles white when using the OpenLayers plugin?
Apr
24
answered Why QGIS Raster clipper does not work on reprojected layers?
Apr
23
awarded  Revival
Apr
23
comment Convert WGS 84 cartesian 3D coordinates(x,y,z) to geographic coordinate (lat/long)
Should z be the height above elliposid, or is the origin of XYZ supposed to be the Earths center?
Apr
23
revised QGIS error when importing .asc LIDAR data
added 323 characters in body
Apr
23
answered QGIS GPS not editing offline database
Apr
22
answered Facing a problem when re-projecting a file?
Apr
22
comment Georgia (USA) data issues in OSM?
it is not tagged as forest, but natural=wood. You can test it using the JOSM editor.
Apr
22
comment QGIS error when importing .asc LIDAR data
I am not sure if notepad++ can sort on two columns in one step (which I had in mind using LibreOfficeCalc). With the two sortings your result would look the same as in your question?
Apr
21
answered Is EPSG:3857 the correct projection for my PDF in Lambert Conformal Conic projection?
Apr
21
comment Is EPSG:3857 the correct projection for my PDF in Lambert Conformal Conic projection?
SRID 102024 is defined as +proj=lcc +lat_1=20 +lat_2=-23 +lat_0=0 +lon_0=25 +x_0=0 +y_0=0 +datum=WGS84 +units=m +no_defs which has slightly different parallels than your PDF. If possible, use the proj.4 string in your code.
Apr
21
comment Is EPSG:3857 the correct projection for my PDF in Lambert Conformal Conic projection?
I assume that the neatline has the same projection as the PDF. The proj.4 string would be +proj=lcc +lat_1=7.66666666 +lat_2=38.3333333 +lat_0=0 +lon_0=25 +x_0=0 +y_0=0 +ellps=WGS84 +towgs84=0,0,0,0,0,0,0 +units=m +no_defs. There does not have to be an EPSG code for it.
Apr
21
comment Is EPSG:3857 the correct projection for my PDF in Lambert Conformal Conic projection?
Why do you think that your neatline is in EPSG:3857, and not Lambert Conformal Conical?
Apr
21
answered How to preserve formulas in XLS cells when working in QGIS?