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transform

Transforms from one geometry to another geometry using a strategy.

Synopsis

template<typename Geometry1, typename Geometry2>
bool transform(Geometry1 const & geometry1, Geometry2 & geometry2)

Parameters

Type

Concept

Name

Description

Geometry1 const &

Any type fulfilling a Geometry Concept

geometry1

A model of the specified concept

Geometry2 &

Any type fulfilling a Geometry Concept

geometry2

A model of the specified concept

Returns

True if the transformation could be done

Header

Either

#include <boost/geometry/geometry.hpp>

Or

#include <boost/geometry/algorithms/transform.hpp>

Behavior

Case

Behavior

Spherical (degree) / Spherical (radian)

Transforms coordinates from degree to radian, or vice versa

Spherical / Cartesian (3D)

Transforms coordinates from spherical coordinates to X,Y,Z, or vice versa, on a unit sphere

Spherical (degree, with radius) / Spherical (radian, with radius)

Transforms coordinates from degree to radian, or vice versa. Third coordinate (radius) is untouched

Spherical (with radius) / Cartesian (3D)

Transforms coordinates from spherical coordinates to X,Y,Z, or vice versa, on a unit sphere. Third coordinate (radius) is taken into account

Complexity

Linear

Example

Shows how points can be transformed using the default strategy

#include <iostream>
#include <boost/geometry.hpp>


int main()
{
    namespace bg = boost::geometry;

    // Select a point near the pole (theta=5.0, phi=15.0)
    bg::model::point<long double, 2, bg::cs::spherical<bg::degree> > p1(15.0, 5.0);
    
    // Transform from degree to radian. Default strategy is automatically selected,
    // it will convert from degree to radian
    bg::model::point<long double, 2, bg::cs::spherical<bg::radian> > p2;
    bg::transform(p1, p2);
    
    // Transform from degree (lon-lat) to 3D (x,y,z). Default strategy is automatically selected, 
    // it will consider points on a unit sphere
    bg::model::point<long double, 3, bg::cs::cartesian> p3;
    bg::transform(p1, p3);
    
    std::cout 
        << "p1: " << bg::dsv(p1) << std::endl
        << "p2: " << bg::dsv(p2) << std::endl
        << "p3: " << bg::dsv(p3) << std::endl;

    return 0;
}

Output:

p1: (15, 5)
p2: (0.261799, 0.0872665)
p3: (0.084186, 0.0225576, 0.996195)

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