I wonder if there is any way to calculate a buffer on a spatial data set with basic command line
GDAL or the
To specify the Q: I have a lot of points around the globe. For these points I have to calculate (multiring) buffers. Since this should take place in an automated framework implemented in a mix of
bash, I wonder if there is any way to use the power of
I found this geometry class during my research on this problem. However, I am not sure if this can be part of the solution.
For test purposes, let's assume the point is
lon/lat (EPSG:4326): 0, 0.