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In case one wants to do algorithmically, here is a python snippet: #!/usr/bin/env python from json import load, JSONEncoder from argparse import ArgumentParser, FileType from re import compile import sys from shapely.geometry import Polygon, mapping from shapely.ops import cascaded_union parser = ArgumentParser(description="Group (merge) the GeoJSON ...


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Or is this the intended behavior of QGIS upon export to GeoJSON and I'm thinking about this wrong? I don't know what the intended behaviour of QGIS is, but if the intention is to write GeoJSON according its specification (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7946) or just RFC7946 for short. Then yes. Section 4 of RFC7946 tells us that The coordinate ...


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Your coordinates look like they could be in WGS 1984 - Pseudo Mercator (Web Mercator, EPSG 3857. Web maps often use Web Mercator, so it is a likely candidate), or World Mercator (EPSG 3395). In both cases, your example point would fall near the UAE - Oman border. Check to see if one of these fit your data correctly. Some tools like projfinder and epsg.io ...


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I would recommend using rioxarray. An example of reprojecting a raster is here. ECEF - https://epsg.io/4978 import rioxarray rds = rioxarray.open_rasterio("path_to_raster.tif") crs = "EPSG:4978" # this depends on the exact projection you want to use projected = rds.rio.reproject(crs) projected.rio.to_raster("path_to_enu_raster.tif")


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