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I was formerly working on ArcGIS but now I'm working on QGIS 2.14.7 and Python 3.8 so I'm a bit confused with the QGIS script.

I have to extract coordinate of point layer (CRS:Lambert 93 and WGS84) and put them into Excel, the problem is that there are a lot of points, so I want to make it easier by automating it.

Is it possible to create a code that:

  • Takes point layer in entry
  • Adds coordinate X and Y (CRS Lambert 93) in the attributes table
  • Adds coordinate °, m, s (CRS WGS 84) in the attributes table
  • Exports the attribute table to Excel
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    to start with switch to a modern version of QGIS (there is no upgrade fee) as QGIS 2.x won't work with Python 3.x – Ian Turton Jun 25 at 8:49
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    It is very much possible to create that code. But add some kind of code attempt to prevent your question from being closed (as it is very likely to be now). – BERA Jun 25 at 9:13
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    Can't you just export as csv (with the coordinates), and then load into excel? – gvanhavre Jun 25 at 9:49
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    @gvanhavre - does sound as if field calculator and export to csv is the way to go - why not make that an answer – Ian Turton Jun 25 at 9:51
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Just an example to get you started. I have QGIS3, dont know if this will work in QGIS2:

lyr = iface.activeLayer() #Click layer in tree
gs = [f.geometry() for f in lyr.getFeatures()]

#From: https://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/163645/transforming-single-qgsgeometry-object-from-one-crs-to-another-using-pyqgis
sourceCrs = QgsCoordinateReferenceSystem(int(lyr.crs().authid().split(':')[1]))

destCrs1 = QgsCoordinateReferenceSystem(2154)
tr1 = QgsCoordinateTransform(sourceCrs, destCrs1, QgsProject.instance())

destCrs2 = QgsCoordinateReferenceSystem(4326)
tr2 = QgsCoordinateTransform(destCrs1, destCrs2, QgsProject.instance())

#(You would write results to fields instead)
for p in gs:
    print(p)
    p.transform(tr1)
    print(p)
    p.transform(tr2)
    print(p)
    break #To just print out first Point

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You can use Virtual Layers e.g

from qgis.core import QgsVectorLayer, QgsProject

query = 'SELECT *, x(st_transform(geometry, 2154)) AS x_l93, y(st_transform(geometry, 2154)) AS y_l93, LongLatToDMS(x(geometry), y(geometry)) AS dms FROM "Your Layer name"'
vlayer = QgsVectorLayer( "?query={}".format(query), "vlayer", "virtual" )
# Good way to confirm it's fine
QgsProject.instance().addMapLayer(vlayer)

# Export to layer
QgsVectorFileWriter.writeAsVectorFormat(vlayer, '/tmp/out.csv', "utf-8", vlayer.crs(), "CSV")
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