In this video, coordinate reference system (CRS) within the QGIS maps are modified.
- [Narrator] In this video, … we're going to set the coordinate system, … of our current project. … First, let's open up the Python file under Python. … We're going to set CRS dot PY. … That's going to be the name of the Python file we open. … It's quite simple. … We set a variable called CRS, … which gets a coordinate reference system, … which is two, six, nine, 10. … That's a UTM zone 10, … NAD 83. … So that's what that code is. … I happen to know that's the code … and because I know that, then I can say, … get the instance of the current project and set the CRS … to that one up there. … So if we hit run right now, … you'll see in the bottom corner of your project … that it says EPSG four three two six that's lat-long 84. … But if I hit run, … you'll see immediately it changes the two, six, nine, 10. … I know that's the code … for that particular coordinate system. … You may not always know what the code is. … So if we actually open up the folder, … where our shape files are held, …
- Creating your first Python script
- Saving scripts
- Managing QGIS projects and layers programmatically
- Exporting geometry
- Drawing new geometry
- Importing DWG and DXF files
- Creating plugins
Skill Level Intermediate
Esri ArcGIS Maps for Creative Cloud Extensionwith Tony Harmer1h 17m Intermediate
1. Beginning Python
2. Managing Layers and Projects with Python
3. Geometry Handling
4. Importing DWG and DXF
5. Creating Plugins
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