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Reprojecting rasters is usually a bad thing to do. It involves a non-reversible transformation from one grid system to another grid system that can have a non-linear relationship to the first. Hence the value in a cell of the new system can end up being some average of whichever grid cells in the source raster it overlapped. If you have a raster and points ...


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Lambert equal-area projection laea_centered <- "+proj=laea +lat_0=-70.30744 +lon_0=43.15268" call me crazy, but don't you have the lat and long switched around?


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here's a solution using proj4js: Demo I put some transparency to check the alignment, you can remove it in the options of the WMTS layer (set opacity to 1). Code : var map = new ol.Map({ target: 'map', layers: [ new ol.layer.Tile({ source: new ol.source.OSM() }) ], view: new ol.View({ ...


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In the output, I expect the "y" parts of the two coordinates are the same, because these two points are on the central line of projected coordinates. However, they are not (14191389.18 != 3987778.87). Your expected result is only true in the "unrectified" uv plane. Some academicians view the Hotine Oblique Mercator to be a triple-projector, i.e., (1) from ...


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