That's what I think also. The data are probably within a locally defined system. If not, the EPSG code would have been named during export. Any chance to get more information's from the author of the data?
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Am 20.07.2016, 08:28, Andre Joost <> schrieb:
Am 19.07.2016 um 21:05 schrieb Bernd Vogelgesang:
> Hi,
> we just received some shapes accompanied by an xml and no prj.
> So far I was out of luck finding the proper projection for this, but I'm
> guessing that this stuff is from Manifold (my first contact with that)
> Can anyone tell me from the xml what would be the related EPSG code for
> this data?
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
> <data>
> <coordinateSystem>
> <name>Orthographic</name>
> <datum>World Geodetic 1984 (WGS84)</datum>
> <system>Orthographic</system>

I have not much experience with Manifold, but I guess it should be an
orthographic projection. In that case, looking in the EPSG database may
be useless. You would have to create a custom CRS for it.

André Joost

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