I have some six polygons recieved as a WKT comma separated file from a company. When I import them to QGIS the Polygons end up in the ocean south of Sudan, and I’m pretty sure that I live in the north of Sweden. At least that’s the language spoken on the radio…
The first two lines in the CSV look like this:
POLYGON ((20.7821821402714 67.1745210694852,20.785150685553 67.1745408268809,20.7850051686274 67.1761044322888,20.7821894161176 67.1760959653845,20.7821821402714 67.1745210694852)),1 (Three commas not visible here…)
… and the rest of the lines look pretty much the same as above.
I’ve tried to swap the Lat-Long in the file without success. I have the same Coord system (WGS 84 / Pseudo Mercator EPSG 3857) in the base map as well as in the layer.
But still South of Sudan.
Everything is going to end up in a capture and a volume measurement.