[Proj] Re: Trouble with a projection
spencer.cox at tesera.com
Tue Aug 29 18:19:19 EDT 2006
Please disregard that email.
I found an old post which listed:
I still don't know what a few of those are, but I was able to get my
case to work using lat_1 lat_2 and lat_0. It would be a nice reference
to know exactly what each of those entries stands for and what
constitutes a valid variable for each parameter. It probably exists but
I couldn't find it... Just for configuring mapserver anyways...
Spencer Cox wrote:
> Good afternoon,
> Total newbie to proj... warning...danger...etc.
> I am trying to use the following projection file in a MS4W mapfile.
> To do so I have added it to the espg file in the proj libraries. This
> seems to almost be working as below but I the reference latitute isn't
> included. How would I modify that ESPG file entry to include a
> reference parallel. Alternatively is there a resource would outlines
> all the variables you can use in such a file? I don't even
> necessarily need to use the fake ESPG number in ESPG file combo. Is
> there a resource that specifies all the parameters you can use to
> define a projection in a map file?
> #<ESPG Entry>
> <20851> +proj=lcc +lat_0=9.930000 +lon_0=-84.333333 +k_0=1
> +x_0=499784.42 +y_0=271970.62 +ellps=clrk66 +units=m +no_defs no_defs <>
> #</ESPG Entry>
> *Lambert Norte*
> Projection: Lambert Conic Conformal
> Spheroid: Clarke 1866
> Central Meridian: -84.33333...
> Reference Latitude: 10.466666...
> Standard Parallel1: 9.93
> Standard Parallel2: 11
> False Easting: 499784.42
> False Northing: 271970.62
> From Esri File:
> PROJCS["Cost Rica
> Thanks for your help.
Spencer Cox - GIS Specialist
Tesera Systems Inc.
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