I have worked on some continental scale raster and vector datasets and all rasters are saved as Netcdf´s.
This was done by converting rasters with different timestamps and variables to a Netcdf file.
When working on Ubuntu (QGIS 2.14) all vectors and rasters are in the right place but when loading the same data in windows (QGIS 2.16) the rasters get flipped and move out of place.
I have been using EPSG:4326. Below follows and example of the metadata for a file with one raster layer (Which also displays wrongly).
Driver GDAL provider HDF5Image HDF5 Dataset Dataset Description HDF5:"G:/Aquaspace/Final/Raster/BATH/BATH3.nc"://BATH Conventions=CF-1.5 GDAL=GDAL 1.11.3, released 2015/09/16 GDAL_AREA_OR_POINT=Area history=Fri Aug 26 17:48:12 2016: ncatted -O -a long_name,BATH,o,c,bathymetry BATH.nc Fri Aug 26 17:47:44 2016: ncrename -v Band1,BATH BATH.nc Fri Aug 26 17:46:35 2016: GDAL CreateCopy( BATH.nc, ... ) Band 1 BATH_grid_mapping=crs BATH_long_name=bathymetry BATH__FillValue=-32767 STATISTICS_MAXIMUM=3800 STATISTICS_MEAN=-28506.247088649 STATISTICS_MINIMUM=-32767 STATISTICS_STDDEV=10787.572663429 Dimensions X: 21601 Y: 10801 Bands: 1 No Data Value *NoDataValue not set* Data Type Float32 - Thirty two bit floating point Pyramid overviews Layer Spatial Reference System +proj=longlat +datum=WGS84 +no_defs Layer Extent (layer original source projection) 0.0000000000000000,-10801.0000000000000000 : 21601.0000000000000000,0.0000000000000000 Band Band 1 Band No 1 No Stats No stats collected yet
Does anyone know what could cause this problem?