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I get the coordinates of objects in the UTM format:

"coordinates": [
                [
                    4631430.35,
                    396976.54
                ],
                [
                    4631428.01,
                    396972.19
                ],
                [
                    4631430.24,
                    396970.98
                ],
                [
                    4631432.59,
                    396975.33
                ]
            ]

Also, I have the UTM reference => 32N.

How can I transform these coordinates to the Euclidean coordinate system? Which additional data may I need to do it? I am looking for open-source Python libraries that can do such transformation.

  • 1
    Welcome to GIS SE. As a new user, please take the Tour. Since all projected coordinate systems are Euclidean, your question is unclear. Please Edit the question to specify what you are trying to accomplish. – Vince Jun 27 '18 at 11:12
  • The coordinates appear to be listed in northing, easting order, which is unusual. – mkennedy Jun 27 '18 at 16:27

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