[UW-GIS-L] Changing projection of a shape file?
cek at u.washington.edu
Tue Mar 7 13:06:25 PST 2006
One way is:
ArcToolbox > Data Management Tools > Projections and Transformations >
Feature > Project
You can select an output coord. system from a list, or just import it
from an existing dataset that is already in the coord. system you want
to convert to.
Charles Kiblinger http://staff.washington.edu/cek
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Thus spake Jaya Ramaprasad on 3/7/2006 12:42 PM:
> Hi- I have a shape file in
> and would like to change it to NAD1927. What is the simplest way to do
> Harvey Greenberg wrote:
>> The header of a geotiff file can be dumped to ascii with the utility
>> listgeo. See
>> http://gis.ess.washington.edu/data/raster/geotiff/listgeo.exe or
>> It's a verbose format (17 lines), but it's standard and complete.
>> And the ascii header can be inserted into a geotiff file with
>> Kate Edwards wrote:
>>> I just installed ArcMap and am learning to use it, so this is a newbie
>>> I have a tif image that is in Washington State Plane North (feet).
>>> It is
>>> a USGS digital orthoquad from the UW GIS library. I would like to
>>> this image to 1) UTM zone 10 NAD83 as well as 2) latitude/longitude.
>>> Once I do these 2 conversions, I would like to export the new position
>>> information to an output file which can be read by a non-ESRI
>>> namely Matlab. For example, I could create an ascii file whose lines
>>> the latitude, longitude, UTM northing, and UTM easting location of each
>>> pixel in the image.
>>> How do I do that in ArcMap? Also, is there a good manual or book to
>>> answers to these sorts of questions?
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