I'm working with datasets where latitudes and longitudes are sometimes mislabeled and I need to flip the longitudes and the latitudes. The best solution I could

I'm trying to understand how Shapely works. I can draw a simple line with the following code: import matplotlib.pyplot as plt A = Point(0,0) B = Point(1,1)

I'm currently using this code to convert a raster file to a geodataframe: import rasterio from rasterio.features import shapes mask = None with rasterio.open

I have a LineString defined by two points, so essentially a straight line segment, and I wanted to project a point on to it. I am aware of .project and .interpo

I found the envelope class in Java's JTS library very handy. An envelope holds the minimal and maximal coordinates of a geometry and is also called bounding box