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Convert Coordinate Notation warning, empty output

Your three lines of sample data worked for me with Input coordinate system: WGS_1984_UTM_Zone_10N Input coordinate format: UTM bands X Field (where the data is) UTM If the warning is being cause by ...
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GeoJSON to SVG, keeping properties (mapshaper)

If (on the web app) you add id-field=FOO then you'll get SVG with field FOO from your data in the id attribute. You can also add svg-data=BAR to get field BAR written to a data attribute. Using a test ...
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Converting from esoteric coordinate systems to EPSG:4326 WGS 84

The EPSG:3081 NAD83 / Texas State Mapping System is supported by MyGeodata Cloud Converter so you can upload your Shapefile there, set EPSG:3081 as input coordinate system (if it is not recognized ...
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QGIS Raster Convert Negative Values to NULL

You can use raster calculator and warp: Reclassify raster values below 0 to some value, I use -99. ("yourrastername@1"<0)*-99 + ("yourrastername@1">=0)*"yourrastername@1&...
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Convert TIF file to CSV/ASCII format using QGIS v. 3.24.1-Tisler

If you export the raster file to XYZ format in QGIS, it is in fact the CSV (ASCII Gridded - see: https://gdal.org/drivers/raster/xyz.html) - each line contains X, Y and the Z value separated by space (...
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