How to use the fiona.transform.transform_geom function in fiona

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github Toblerity / Fiona / tests / View on Github external
def test_transform_geom_with_z(geom):
    """Transforming a geom with Z succeeds"""
    g2 = transform.transform_geom("epsg:4326", "epsg:3857", geom, precision=3)
github Toblerity / Fiona / fiona / fio / View on Github external
for i in range(1, len(files) + 1):
        if str(i) not in layer.keys():
            layer[str(i)] = [0]

        if bbox:
                bbox = tuple(map(float, bbox.split(',')))
            except ValueError:
                bbox = json.loads(bbox)
        for i, path in enumerate(files, 1):
            for lyr in layer[str(i)]:
                with, layer=lyr) as src:
                    for i, feat in src.items(bbox=bbox):
                        if dst_crs or precision >= 0:
                            g = transform_geom(
                      , dst_crs, feat['geometry'],
                            feat['geometry'] = g
                            feat['bbox'] = fiona.bounds(g)
                        if use_rs:
                            click.echo(u'\u001e', nl=False)
                        click.echo(json.dumps(feat, **dump_kwds))

    except Exception:
        logger.exception("Exception caught during processing")
        raise click.Abort()
github GeographicaGS / GeodesicLinesToGIS / geodesiclinestogis / View on Github external
def __antiMeridianCut(self, geom):
        Solving antimeridian problem.


        src_crs = '+proj=longlat +datum=WGS84 +no_defs'
        dst_crs = '+proj=longlat +datum=WGS84 +no_defs'

        am_offset = 360.0

        line_t = transform_geom(src_crs, dst_crs, geom,

        return line_t
github Toblerity / Fiona / fiona / fio / View on Github external
def transformer(crs, feat):
        tg = partial(transform_geom, crs, 'EPSG:4326',
                     antimeridian_cutting=True, precision=precision)
        feat['geometry'] = tg(feat['geometry'])
        return feat
github ungarj / mapchete / mapchete / io / View on Github external
def _reproject_geom(geometry, src_crs, dst_crs):
        if geometry.is_empty:
            return geometry
            out_geom = to_shape(
            return _repair(out_geom) if validity_check else out_geom
github Toblerity / Fiona / fiona / fio / View on Github external
def load(ctx, output, driver, src_crs, dst_crs, features, layer):
    """Load features from JSON to a file in another format.

    The input is a GeoJSON feature collection or optionally a sequence of
    GeoJSON feature objects.
    logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

    dst_crs = dst_crs or src_crs

    if src_crs and dst_crs and src_crs != dst_crs:
        transformer = partial(transform_geom, src_crs, dst_crs,
                              antimeridian_cutting=True, precision=-1)
        def transformer(x):
            return x

    def feature_gen():
        for feat in features:
            feat['geometry'] = transformer(feat['geometry'])
            yield feat

        source = feature_gen()

        # Use schema of first feature as a template.
        # TODO: schema specified on command line?
        first = next(source)