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Title: How to change or transform a coordinate system for a map layer? The answer in a ArcMap
Authors: Grifo, Anabela
Ferreira, Albertina
Editors: Sequeira (ESDRM, Pedro IPS)
Henriques (ESAS, Marília IPS)
Keywords: Geographic Information Systems
Coordinate Systems
Issue Date: Mar-2014
Publisher: Revista da UIIPS, N2, Vol2, Março 2014 / ISSN 2182-9608
Citation: Grifo, A. & Ferreira, A. (2014). How to change or transform a coordinate system for a map layer? The answer in a ArcMap. Congresso “Investigação, inovação e tecnologias: novos desafios”. Escola Superior de Saúde – Instituto Politécnico de Santarém, 6 e 7 de Fevereiro de 2014.
Abstract: The application of new technologies to agricultural activity, associated with the Global Positioning System, generates high amount of georeferenced information. Thus, we are often confronted with different assignments of coordinate systems. The transformation of data from one source of information into the data coordinate system from another source is a prior and fundamental step to any analysis of georeferenced information. This study aims to know and understand the transformation process of geographical coordinates into rectangular ones and vice versa, as well as the transformation between different coordinate systems, through the ArcMap software tools because it is a question often asked by students and others who try to use the GIS (Geographic Information Systems) tools
Type: article
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