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I have a GeoJSON file. It loads properly in QGIS but not in JSON viewer (http://geojson.io). I have select EPSG:4326 as the CRS.

When I open the GeoJSON file in notepad++ and check the coordinates they look like "coordinates": [ [ [ [ 735162.3406, 1403154.0408 ]...."

I think these are not valid.

Let me explain briefly:

Snapshot: When GeoJSON file load in QGIS - when GeoJSON load in QGIS

Snapshot: When same GeoJSON file load in geojson.io

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GeoJSON file link - https://drive.google.com/open?id=15iuoKcyHPU7rsJ6VtHMT7ojhKAfHU057

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    That is not EPSG:4326 coordinates. When you export from QGIS to geojson select EPSG 4326. – Anton vBR Nov 2 '18 at 11:42
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    @Anton vBR you should submit that as an answer - it's totally valid, doesn't matter it's short - it will improve the tally of unanswered questions which = bad – Stev_k Nov 2 '18 at 14:01
  • Thanks for the review it... I have update the question with more description – Saurabh Yadav Nov 3 '18 at 6:17
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UPDATED


Short answer: Those are not EPSG:4326 coordinates.


Long answer (and possible workaround):

I downloaded your file and posted it on geojsonlint.com. Which resulted in:

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Ok, so you say you can import this to QGIS and it displays? This is most likely due to the fact QGIS can validate and correct GEOJSON. The GEOJSON-lint indicated we have an old-style crs member.

Ok, looking at your coordinates you have most likely the Pseudo-Mercator (3857). By right-clicking in QGIS on your layer you have a Set CRS --> Set Layer CRS option. Go in there and change it.

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Now we can export the data to GEOJSON again. And this time make sure you select the WGS84 (4326). The resulting geojson (map.geojson) now looks like this:

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Looking at the map this might be wrong. But now you have a tool to work your way to correct your data.

  • It looks like spherical mercator (3857). Also, four [ brackets doesn't seem right] unless it is a multipolygon? – John Powell Nov 2 '18 at 15:39
  • @JohnPowell MultiPolygon are 4 bracketed. – Anton vBR Nov 2 '18 at 17:50
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    Yes, I did say, unless it is a multipolygon. Hard to know since OP didn't post a very complete snippet, but, if geojson.io doesn't load it, there is likely to be something else wrong. – John Powell Nov 2 '18 at 18:05
  • Thanks guys for review! I have update the question with more description also a Geojson file is attached – Saurabh Yadav Nov 3 '18 at 6:34
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    @Saurabh Hope it helped you! – Anton vBR Nov 4 '18 at 8:54

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