I'm attempting to reproject a coordinate in EPSG:3857 to EPSG:28992. The problem I'm running into is as follows:
When I use GeoPandas (ie.
df.to_crs(epsg=28992)) to reproject my coordinates I get a value similar to this for my coordinate: (-587791.60, -5732776.63)
But when I go to the same coordinates (manually) in QGIS (with CRS set to 28992), and right click to get coordinates, the coordinates provided (in CRS 28992) are similar to this: (172839.93,442692.96)
How can I reproject in GeoPandas (or in any other Python library) to get (172839.93,442692.96) instead of (-587791.60, -5732776.63).
When converting a Polygon in GeoPandas and putting it into QGIS all measure of distance is lost (ie, a polygon that was a few km2, becomes a few mm2), but I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. I've been googling for a few hours and I think it might have something to do with how the Datum is transformed, but I'm not sure what exactly that is nor how I can do it properly.
When I change the CRS to 28992 (I drag in OpenStreetMaps), I get the following prompt, which might have something to do with why the coordinates in QGIS are different from GeoPandas (again supporting my Datum transformation theory):