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    Maik Riechert
    @letmaik
    This is the CoverageJSON channel, have fun!
    Maik Riechert
    @letmaik
    small test to check notifications
    Jon Blower
    @jonblower
    ok that worked!
    jelpatte
    @jelpatte
    I was just introduced to covJSON and have been testing out the CLI and covJSON-leaflet plugin. I am excited about the use of this tool to bridge the gap between our science data and the web UI I will be building. Selfishly, I would like for the covJSON format to be supported by Proj4Leaflet. Has someone in your group reached out to them to see about future compatibility? They support geojson now. http://kartena.github.io/Proj4Leaflet/
    Maik Riechert
    @letmaik
    @jelpatte Sorry for the delayed response, no we haven't reached out to proj4leaflet yet. Since CovJSON is quite a specialist format I'm not sure they would include support for it. Also, there are different ways to handle grids, for example, you could reproject them to a regular grid in the map projection (but then you couldn't see the original grid cell shape anymore and would loose some detail), or you draw grids as they are directly on a map in arbitrary projections, which is what leaflet-coverage supports (see the BNG example in the covjson playground). So, I guess for point-type data, it would be a no-brainer, but for more complex types, it's not as simple as for geojson
    ghansham
    @ghansham
    Do we have a domainType defined in specs for Transect Data Type. I mean z and t values are fixed but x and y values are varying. This is used for plotting variation of variable along a set of points.
    Jon Blower
    @jonblower
    @ghansham - The Section type (https://covjson.org/domain-types/#section) is close to what you need, although it allows t to vary. I guess you could use a Section but keep t the same for all points?
    ghansham
    @ghansham
    I was thinking about multipoint. There we
    I was thinking about multipoint (refer to point no 2.6), it allows to give t as fixed value. I will hv a look on section and let you know.
    Jon Blower
    @jonblower
    Right - multipoint could be a good option too.
    ghansham
    @ghansham
    I am trying. I will inform you if some good news is there