I am brand new to epanet and any related software.
I read in the inp documentation that coordinate values are only relative to each other and do not represent any real world measures.
However rather than being between zero and one, I see in some files various high values. Is there another part of the file that indicates the coordinate boundaries? E.g. x lowest 7, highest 22, y… or do you just iterate to find?
Additionally it’s been mentioned that the coordinates can also be British ordinance survey values. I didn’t see this option in the format documents. Is there some kind of formal header data that indicates how to read different parts of the file such as coordinates, how can I identify which type, assuming coordinates can be different?
Is inp solely British, like os (I think)? Or can the coordinates be what ever you want and how does the format show which?
I am aiming at lat/long for my particular presentational needs and this would of course be possible with ordinance survey.
I tried to search for an answer first. Apologies if I missed something or if my question belies some fundamental misunderstanding, it’s early days for me.