[Proj] Having all projection inverses was Re: Why
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Wed Oct 29 16:54:30 EDT 2008
On Oct 29, 2008, at 2:39 PM, Melita Kennedy wrote:
>> But Aitoff or Winkel Tripel. What source information is in either
>> Are people now going to digitize NGS maps? Certainly nobody uses
>> Tripel for cadastral application---do they?
>> Just very curious.
> At least how we used to do it, you also must have an inverse to
> project imagery
> (once the output cells are defined, unproject to figure out the cell
Ah, there's a point - GRASS uses inverse-projecting to project rasters
(for speed, I think). I once had to revert to Arc to project the
GLOBE data to Winkel Tripel to generate shaded relief for a client.
Bleh. (the gdalwarp tool didn't work at the time on this huge
dataset, I haven't tried since)
William Kyngesburye <kyngchaos*at*kyngchaos*dot*com>
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