A Julia Package for handling Spherical Geometry. Spherical geometry is the geometry of the two-dimensional surface of a sphere. This package only handles geometries generated using great circle sections (arcs).
Angles are specified in [deg].
- Point: specified by latitude ϕ [deg] and longitude λ [deg]
- Arc: specified as the shortest great circle between two points.
- Line: is a great circle line specified by a point and azimuth [deg]
- Arcs: is a string of continuous line sections defined by a set of points.
- Polygon: is a spherical polygon defined by a set of points.
It includes the calculation of:
- The angular distance to a point, line, arc, multi-arc, or polygon border
- The along line angular distance between a point and a line.
- The intersection points between lines, arcs, multi-arcs, and polygon borders.
- The self intersection points of multi-arcs and polygon borders
- The bounding box of a given polygon or set of arcs.
- The convexhull of a given polygon.
- The normalized point
- The (final) azimuth [deg] between two points
- The spherical angle [deg] and spherical excess [deg] between three points
- The midpoint between two points, of an arc, of an arcs
- The intermediate point at a given fraction between two points, of an arc, of an arcs
- The destination point given a start point, a direction and distance.
- The intersection points of arcs, and polygons
- The self intersection points of arcs or a polygon
- The highest/lowest latitude (point) of a great circle
- The area of a polygon/spherical triangle given a radius
And testing if:
- a point, arc, arcs or polygon is inside a polygon
- a point is on a line, arc, arcs or polygon border (within tolerance)
- a polygon/arcs is self-isselfintersecting
- a polygon is simple, complex, convex or concave