Table to Ellipse allows the user to create ellipses according to self-defined parameters. One of those parameters is azimuth. As written in the tool help the azimuth refers to the angle 0°-360° clockwise starting with 0° in North. I derived the parameters (coordinate of centre, widths and azimuth) from a projected map (UTM_34N) and used the corresponding projection information (*.prj) as the optional parameter Spatial Reference. As output I got a slightly rotated Ellipse see picture below.
After playing around with the tool I realised that the slight rotation corresponds to the difference between geodetic and projected North.
Do you see a possibility to create (not draw) an ellipse with the azimuth according to the projected North not to the geodetic North?
ArcGIS solutions are preferred but QGIS or other are very welcome too.
In the picture below you can see an ellipse, created as described above with the azimuth = 0°.