I am an environmental engineer and the aim of my QGIS 2.0 project is to visualize the results of a sewage water system inspection. In a first step I included the hoppers from a csv file and added a google streets layer.
As you can see in the picture the hoppers don't overlay with the base map. I compared to the coordinate calculation of a mountain climber page (http://www.deine-berge.de/Rechner/Koordinaten/Sandersdorf,-06792-Sandersdorf-Brehna,-Deutschland), which confirms the on the fly crs transformation of qgis 2.0.
So the coordinates of the hoppers are may wrong. However it is the only csv data I have and in the GIS system of our branch office it fits to the base map.
Is there a possibility to move the base map by hand in order to achieve an overlaying?
For my purpose I don't need an exact fitting, but a difference of 500 m is too much.