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Geopoint type specification and validation #486

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Stephen-Gates opened this Issue Jul 5, 2017 · 3 comments

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Stephen-Gates commented Jul 5, 2017

Not sure if this is the right place but are values with type Geopoint limited to:

  • Longitude ± 180
  • Latitude ± 90

without specifying any Min/Max Constraint?

Related to #345 and frictionlessdata/website#130

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@Stephen-Gates should they be? I don't know much about geo data but I assume that, yes, they should be.

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pwalsh commented Jul 24, 2017

@Stephen-Gates should they be? I don't know much about geo data but I assume that, yes, they should be.

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FWIW, "laps around the planet" isn't necessarily a bad thing. It's one of the easier solutions for dealing with data near the meridian (180 longitude), where lots of stuff breaks down.

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stevage commented Nov 13, 2017

FWIW, "laps around the planet" isn't necessarily a bad thing. It's one of the easier solutions for dealing with data near the meridian (180 longitude), where lots of stuff breaks down.

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