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accepted How to convert from and to UTM coordinates in Mathematica?
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comment How to convert from and to UTM coordinates in Mathematica?
@Tuku that works flawlessly. Thanks.
Jan
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comment How to convert from and to UTM coordinates in Mathematica?
@kale: the short version of the function would therefore be: ll2utm[coord_] := GeoGridPosition[ GeoPosition[coord, "WGS84Original"], {"UTMZone33", "CentralScaleFactor" -> 0.9996, "GridOrigin" -> {500000, 0}}] [[1, {1, 2}]] and then ll2utm[{45, 15}] // Round gives {500000, 4982950}.
Jan
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comment How to convert from and to UTM coordinates in Mathematica?
Thank you, this works. But to convert back, the simple GeoPosition on previous output should work, but I get errors. Looks like the GeoPosition is not happy with {"UTMZone33",...}.
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answered Load Mathematica packages from the network
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comment Load Mathematica packages from the network
So in the case of loading .m files Import is just the same as Get, except the Get reads local while the Import can read remotely?
Oct
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comment Load Mathematica packages from the network
Thank you for the comment. Yes I would like the users to pull the file from the depository but for some reasons I should not install additional tools to their system. So, only plain Mathematica functions. After being unlucky with Needs[], it now looks that simple Import["https://.../package.m"] loads the file and namespace just OK. Can anyone explain me the difference between the Needs[] and Import[] of .m files?
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comment Load Mathematica packages from the network
Could also be ftp. I would however prefer http to transfer .m file as it is and be loaded as a package. The goal is to have a package used by several users during a development when the package changes very frequently without using synchronization tools like Dropbox, wget or Mathematica URL tools.
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