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Off-by-one in Robinson projection? #1172

QuLogic opened this issue Nov 13, 2018 · 1 comment

Off-by-one in Robinson projection? #1172

QuLogic opened this issue Nov 13, 2018 · 1 comment


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QuLogic commented Nov 13, 2018

In Robinson, i is limited by:
to 0 <= i <= NODES - 1 and i + 1 is never used in s_forward. Here, NODES is set to 18, but there are 19 entries in X and Y. In s_inverse, i + 1 is used.

So, is the last entry in the X and Y tables supposed to be applied in s_forward (and accidentally not), or is it only there for s_inverse? If this is intentional, I guess a comment would be helpful to make this clear. Of am I just misreading something here?

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kbevers commented Nov 13, 2018

I have no idea, to be honest. It does seem plausible that there's been made a mistake here. Usually when these types of problems show up I have a look in the original papers that describe the projection. I haven't got the time for that at the moment so I would suggest you do that yourself if you need a quick answer to this :-)

rouault added a commit to rouault/PROJ that referenced this issue Feb 24, 2019
kbevers added a commit that referenced this issue Feb 24, 2019
Robinson: fix wrong values for forward path for latitudes >= 87.5 (fixes #1172), and fix inaccurace inverse method
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