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awarded  Notable Question
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asked Precise aligning of two web layer
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Sep
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accepted Migrating data from Python to PostGIS
Sep
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comment Find correct SRID
Right, good catch... I didn't noticed that UNIT isn't closed. Thanks for confirmation.
Sep
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comment Find correct SRID
I did what was most obvious to me and added new record for SRID 9001 to spatial_ref_sys column, afterwhich all seem to work as expected.
Sep
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asked Find correct SRID
Sep
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revised Migrating data from Python to PostGIS
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revised Migrating data from Python to PostGIS
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answered Migrating data from Python to PostGIS
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asked Migrating data from Python to PostGIS
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comment How to correctly import GeoJSON in PostGIS?
@user30184 ring errors are because I have many geometries where two separate rings create single feature and they are treated by ogr2ogr as polygons. If I convert these to multipolygon, errors are gone.
Sep
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revised How to correctly import GeoJSON in PostGIS?
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reviewed Approve How to correctly import GeoJSON in PostGIS?
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revised How to correctly import GeoJSON in PostGIS?
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asked How to correctly import GeoJSON in PostGIS?
Aug
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comment Crop and reproject shapefile based on GeoTIFF sample
Nice tip. I tried to reproject and clip at the same time, but I put -clipdst before the filenames, so it didn't work, and I didn't read the error message carefully about partial reprojection possiblity with OGR_ENABLE_PARTIAL_REPROJECTION nor I would have known how to define that option ;)
Aug
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accepted Crop and reproject shapefile based on GeoTIFF sample
Aug
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comment Crop and reproject shapefile based on GeoTIFF sample
Thanks, it was countries shapefile, but I managed to get correct output by first cropping to outer rectangle of GeoTIFF file, then reprojecting and then clipping to projected coordinates. I was just hoping that straightforward approach of using georeferenced file as reference exists in gdal/org system.
Aug
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comment Crop and reproject shapefile based on GeoTIFF sample
Projecting whole globe to destination projection is not possible, so I have to crop the source first, and that is where I stopped in the first place as corner coordinates are not forming rectangle in Natural Earth shapefile source projection. Any suggestions?