This JavaScript library covers a range of geodesic calculations, coordinate system conversions, and mapping functions. It started out as a collection of ‘latitude/longitude’ code fragments covering distances and bearings, and has grown steadily since.
 Geodesic calculations (distances, bearings, etc) covering both spherical earth and ellipsoidal earth models, and both trigonometrybased and vectorbased approaches.
 Ellipsoidalearth coordinate systems covering both historical datums and modern terrestrial reference frames (TRFs).
 Mapping functions including UTM/MGRS and UK OS Grid References.
Many of these functions involve complex interdependencies; ES modules are used to organise these interdependencies in a clear robust way within JavaScript, so this library runs in relatively recent browsers/Node.js.
This page summarises all methods available in the library, with links to the more detailed complete documentation. Full source code is available on GitHub (github.com/chrisveness/geodesy), and tests in the browser and Travis CI.
Further information is available on the Movable Type scripts pages for spherical, ellipsoidal/Vincenty, and vectorbased geodesy scripts, and UK OS grid references & UTM/MGRS mapping functions.
module  functions  trig.  vector  spherical  ellipsoidal 

dms.js  formatting / parsing of degrees, minutes, seconds  ✓  ✓  ✓  ✓ 
latlonellipsoidal.js  core ellipsoidal methods & ellipsoid / cartesian conversion  ✓  ✓  ✓  
latlonellipsoidaldatum.js  ellipsoid parameters / datum conversions for historical/OSGB datums  ✓  ✓  
latlonellipsoidalreferenceframe.js  ellipsoid parameters / datum conversions for modern TRFs  ✓  ✓  
latlonellipsoidalvincenty.js  geodesics on the ellipsoid  ✓  ✓  
latlonnvectorellipsoidal.js  delta vectors between points and various conversions  ✓  ✓  
latlonnvectorspherical.js  distances, bearings, and other functions  ✓  ✓  
latlonspherical.js  distances, bearings, and other functions  ✓  ✓  
mgrs.js  MGRS grid references  ✓  ✓  
osgridref.js  Ordnance Survey grid references  ✓  ✓  
utm.js  UTM / WGS84 conversions  ✓  ✓  
vector3d.js  general 3d vector operations  ✓  ✓  ✓ 
The library is available for browsers from jsDelivr – e.g.:
<script type="module">
import LatLon from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2.2.1/latlonspherical.min.js';
const d = new LatLon(52.205, 0.119).distanceTo(new LatLon(48.857, 2.351));
</script>
Or for Node.js from npm – e.g.:
$ npm install geodesy
$ node
> import LatLon from 'geodesy/latlonspherical.js';
> const d = new LatLon(52.205, 0.119).distanceTo(new LatLon(48.857, 2.351));
Note Node.js has native ESModule support from v13.2.0; the library can be used in v8.0.0–v12.15.0^{*} with the esm package
Module dms.js  Latitude/longitude points may be represented as decimal degrees, or subdivided into sexagesimal minutes and seconds. This module provides methods for parsing and representing degrees / minutes / seconds. 
import Dms from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/dms.js'; // browser 

Class Dms  Functions for parsing and representing degrees / minutes / seconds. 
Property  Description 
Dms.separator 
Separator character to be used to separate degrees, minutes, seconds, and cardinal directions. Default separator is U+202F ‘narrow nobreak space’. To change this (e.g. to empty string or full space), set Dms.separator prior to invoking formatting. 
Method  Description 
Dms.parse 
Parses string representing degrees/minutes/seconds into numeric degrees. This is very flexible on formats, allowing signed decimal degrees, or degminsec optionally suffixed by compass direction (NSEW); a variety of separators are accepted. Examples 3.62, '3 37 12W', '3°37′12″W'. 
Dms.toLat 
Converts numeric degrees to deg/min/sec latitude (2digit degrees, suffixed with N/S). 
Dms.toLon 
Convert numeric degrees to deg/min/sec longitude (3digit degrees, suffixed with E/W). 
Dms.toBrng 
Converts numeric degrees to deg/min/sec as a bearing (0°..360°). 
Dms.fromLocale 
Converts DMS string from locale thousands/decimal separators to JavaScript comma/dot separators for subsequent parsing. 
Dms.toLocale 
Converts DMS string from JavaScript comma/dot thousands/decimal separators to locale separators. 
Dms.compassPoint 
Returns compass point (to given precision) for supplied bearing. 
Module latlonellipsoidal.js  A latitude/longitude point defines a geographic location on or above/below the earth’s surface, measured in degrees from the equator & the International Reference Meridian and in metres above the ellipsoid, and based on a given datum As so much modern geodesy is based on WGS84 (as used by GPS), this module includes WGS84 ellipsoid parameters, and it has methods for converting geodetic (latitude/longitude) points to/from geocentric cartesian points; the latlonellipsoidaldatum and latlonellipsoidalreferenceframe modules provide transformation parameters for converting between historical datums and between modern reference frames. This module is used for both trigonometric geodesy and n‑vector geodesy, and for UTM/MGRS mapping. 
import LatLon, { Cartesian, Vector3d, Dms } from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/latlonellipsoidal.js'; // browser 

Class LatLonEllipsoidal  Latitude/longitude points on an ellipsoidal model earth, with ellipsoid parameters and methods for converting points to/from cartesian (ECEF) coordinates. This is the core class, which will usually be used via other modules. 
Constructor  Description 
LatLon(latitude, longitude, height=0) 
Creates a geodetic latitude/longitude point on a (WGS84) ellipsoidal model earth. 
Property  Description 
this.lat
this.latitude 
Latitude in degrees north from equator: can be set as numeric or hexagesimal (degminsec); returned as numeric. 
this.lon
this.lng
this.longitude 
Longitude in degrees east from international reference meridian: can be set as numeric or hexagesimal (degminsec); returned as numeric. 
this.height 
Height in metres above ellipsoid. 
LatLon.ellipsoids 
Ellipsoids with their parameters; this module only defines WGS84 parameters a = 6378137, b = 6356752.314245, f = 1/298.257223563. 
LatLon.datums 
Datums; this module only defines WGS84 datum, hence no datum transformations. 
Method  Description 
LatLon.parse
LatLon.parse 
Parses a latitude/longitude point from a variety of formats. Latitude & longitude (in degrees) can be supplied as two separate parameters, as a single commaseparated lat/lon string, or as a single object with { lat, lon } or GeoJSON properties. The latitude/longitude values may be numeric or strings; they may be signed decimal or
degminsec (hexagesimal) suffixed by compass direction (NSEW); a variety of separators are
accepted. Examples: 
this.toCartesian 
Converts this point from (geodetic) latitude/longitude coordinates to (geocentric) cartesian (x/y/z) coordinates. 
this.equals 
Checks if another point is equal to this point. 
this.toString 
Returns a string representation of this point, formatted as degrees, degrees+minutes, or degrees+minutes+seconds. 
Class Cartesian (extends Vector3d) 
Converts ECEF (earthcentered earthfixed) geocentric cartesian coordinates to latitude/longitude points, applies Helmert transformations. 
Constructor  Description 
Cartesian(x, y, z) 
Creates cartesian coordinate representing ECEF (earthcentred earthfixed) point. 
Method (extra to Vector3d)  Description 
this.toLatLon 
Converts this (geocentric) cartesian (x/y/z) coordinate to (geodetic) latitude/longitude point on specified ellipsoid using Bowring’s (1985) formulation. 
this.toString 
Returns a string representation of this cartesian point. 
Module latlonellipsoidaldatum.js  Historical geodetic datums: a latitude/longitude point defines a geographic location on (or above/below) the earth’s surface, measured in degrees from the equator and the International Reference Meridian and metres above the ellipsoid, and based on a given datum. The datum is based on a reference ellipsoid and tied to geodetic survey reference points. Modern geodesy is generally based on the WGS84 datum (as used for instance by GPS systems), but previously various reference ellipsoids and datum references were used. This module extends the core latlonellipsoidal module to include ellipsoid parameters and datum transformation parameters, and methods for converting between different (generally historical) datums. It can be used for UK Ordnance Survey mapping (OS National Grid References are still based on the otherwise historical OSGB36 datum), as well as for historical purposes. 
import LatLon, { Cartesian, Dms } from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/latlonellipsoidaldatum.js'; // browser 

Class LatLonEllipsoidal_Datum (extends LatLonEllipsoidal) 
Latitude/longitude points on an ellipsoidal model earth, with ellipsoid parameters and methods for converting between datums and to geocentric (ECEF) cartesian coordinates. 
Constructor  Description 
LatLon(latitude, longitude, height=0, datum=LatLon.datums. 
Creates a geodetic latitude/longitude point on an ellipsoidal model earth using a specified datum. 
Property (extra to LatLonEllipsoidal)  Description 
this.datum 
Datum this point is defined within. 
LatLon.ellipsoids 
Ellipsoids with their parameters; semimajor axis (a), semiminor axis (b), and flattening (f). 
LatLon.datums 
Datums; with associated ellipsoid, and Helmert transform parameters to convert from WGS84 into given datum. Note that precision of various datums will vary, and WGS84 (original) is not defined to be accurate to better than ±1 metre. No transformation should be assumed to be accurate to better than a metre, for many datums somewhat less. This is a small sample of commoner datums from a large set of historical datums. I will add new datums on request. 
Method (extra to LatLonEllipsoidal)  Description 
LatLon.parse
LatLon.parse 
Parses various representations of latitude/longitude coordinate as per LatLonEllipsoidal.parse(). 
this.convertDatum 
Converts this lat/lon coordinate to new coordinate system. 
this.toCartesian() 
Converts this point from (geodetic) latitude/longitude coordinates to (geocentric) cartesian (x/y/z) coordinates. 
Class Cartesian_Datum (extends Cartesian) 
Converts geocentric ECEF (earthcentered earthfixed) cartesian coordinates to latitude/longitude points, applies Helmert transformations. 
Property (extra to Cartesian)  Description 
this.datum 
Datum this point is defined within. 
Method (extra to Cartesian)  Description 
this.toLatLon 
Converts this (geocentric) cartesian (x/y/z) coordinate to (geodetic) latitude/longitude point. 
this.convertDatum 
Converts this cartesian coordinate to new datum (using Helmert 7parameter transformation). 
Module latlonellipsoidalreferenceframe.js  Modern geodetic reference frames: a latitude/longitude point defines a geographic location on or above/below the earth’s surface, measured in degrees from the equator and the International Reference Meridian and metres above the ellipsoid within a given terrestrial reference frame at a given epoch. This module extends the core latlonellipsoidal module to include methods for converting between different reference frames. This is scratching the surface of complexities involved in high precision geodesy, but may be of interest and/or value to those with less demanding requirements. 
import LatLon, { Cartesian, Dms } from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/latlonellipsoidalreferenceframe.js'; // browser 

Class LatLonEllipsoidal extends LatLonEllipsoidal 
Latitude/longitude points on an ellipsoidal model earth, with ellipsoid parameters and methods for converting between reference frames and to geocentric (ECEF) cartesian coordinates. 
Constructor  Description 
LatLon(latitude, longitude, height=0, referenceFrame=ITRF2014, epoch=referenceFrame.epoch) 
Creates geodetic latitude/longitude point on an ellipsoidal model earth using using a specified reference frame. Note that while the epoch defaults to the frame reference epoch, the accuracy of ITRF realisations is meaningless without knowing the observation epoch. 
Property (extra to LatLonEllipsoidal)  Description 
this.referenceFrame 
Reference frame this point is defined within. 
this.epoch 
Point’s observed epoch t₀. 
LatLon.ellipsoids 
Ellipsoid parameters; semimajor axis (a), semiminor axis (b), and flattening (f). The only ellipsoids used in modern geodesy are WGS84 and GRS80 (while based on differing defining parameters, the only effective difference is a 0.1mm variation in the semiminor axis b). 
LatLon.referenceFrames 
Reference frames, with their base ellipsoids and reference epochs. 
LatLon.transformParameters 
14parameter Helmert transformation parameters between (dynamic) ITRS frames, and from ITRS frames to (static) regional TRFs NAD83, ETRF2000, and GDA94. This is a limited set of transformations; e.g. ITRF frames prior to ITRF2000 are not included. More transformations could be added on request. 
Method (extra to LatLonEllipsoidal)  Description 
LatLon.parse
LatLon.parse 
Parses various representations of latitude/longitude coordinate as per LatLonEllipsoidal.parse(). 
this.convert 
Converts this lat/lon coordinate to new coordinate system. 
this.toCartesian() 
Converts this point from (geodetic) latitude/longitude coordinates to (geocentric) cartesian (x/y/z) coordinates. 
this.toString 
Returns a string representation of this point, formatted as degrees, degrees+minutes, or degrees+minutes+seconds. 
Class Cartesian_ReferenceFrame extends Cartesian 
Augments Cartesian with reference frame and observation epoch the cooordinate is based on, and methods to convert between reference frames (using Helmert 14parameter transforms), and to convert to geodetic latitude/longitude points. 
Constructor  Description 
Cartesian(x, y, z, referenceFrame, epoch=referenceFrame.epoch) 
Creates cartesian coordinate representing ECEF (earthcentric earthfixed) point on a given reference frame. 
Property (extra to Cartesian)  Description 
this.referenceFrame 
Reference frame this point is defined within. 
this.epoch 
Point’s observed epoch t₀. 
Method (extra to Cartesian)  Description 
this.toLatLon() 
Converts this (geocentric) cartesian (x/y/z) coordinate to (geodetic) latitude/longitude point. 
this.convert 
Converts this cartesian coordinate to new reference frame (using Helmert 14parameter transformation), leaving observation epoch unchanged. 
Module latlonellipsoidalvincenty.js  Distances & bearings between points, and destination points given start points & initial bearings, calculated on an ellipsoidal earth model using ‘direct and inverse solutions of geodesics on the ellipsoid’ devised by Thaddeus Vincenty. 
import LatLon, { Dms } from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/latlonellipsoidalvincenty.js'; // browser 

Class LatLonEllipsoidal_Vincenty extends LatLonEllipsoidal 
Extends LatLonEllipsoidal with methods for calculating distances and bearings between points, and destination points given distances and initial bearings, accurate to within 0.5mm distance, 0.000015″ bearing. By default, these calculations are made on a WGS84 ellipsoid. Geodesic calculations on other ellipsoids can be done by setting the datum of this point to make it appear as a LatLonEllipsoidal_Datum point. 
Method (extra to LatLonEllipsoidal)  Description 
this.distanceTo 
Returns the distance between this point and destination point along a geodesic, using Vincenty inverse solution. 
this.initial 
Returns the initial bearing (forward azimuth) to travel along a geodesic from this point to the given point, using Vincenty inverse solution. 
this.final 
Returns the final bearing (reverse azimuth) having travelled along a geodesic from this point to the given point, using Vincenty inverse solution. 
this.destinationPoint 
Returns the destination point having travelled the given distance along a geodesic given by initial bearing from this point, using Vincenty direct solution. 
this.finalBearingOn 
TODO: arg order? Returns the final bearing (reverse azimuth) having travelled along a geodesic given by initial bearing for a given distance from this point, using Vincenty direct solution. 
Module latlonnvectorellipsoidal.js  Tools for working with points on (ellipsoidal models of) the earth’s surface using a vectorbased approach using ‘n‑vectors’ (rather than the more common spherical trigonometry). 
import LatLon, { Nvector, Cartesian, Ned, Dms } from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/latlonnvectorellipsoidal.js'; // browser 

Class LatLonNvectorEllipsoidal extends LatLonEllipsoidal 
Latitude/longitude points on an ellipsoidal model earth augmented with methods for calculating delta vectors between points, and converting to n‑vectors. 
Method (extra to LatLonEllipsoidal)  Description 
this.deltaTo 
Calculates delta (northeastdown NED vector) from this point to supplied point. 
this.destinationPoint 
Calculates destination point using supplied delta (northeastdown NED vector) from this point. 
this.toNvector() 
Converts this lat/lon point to n‑vector (normal to the earth's surface). 
this.toCartesian() 
Converts this point from (geodetic) latitude/longitude coordinates to (geocentric) cartesian (x/y/z) coordinates. 
Class NvectorEllipsoidal extends Vector3d 
An nvector is a position representation using a (unit) vector normal to the Earth ellipsoid. Unlike latitude/longitude points, nvectors have no singularities or discontinuities. For many applications, nvectors are more convenient to work with than other position representations such as latitude/longitude, earthcentred earthfixed (ECEF) vectors, UTM coordinates, etc. 
Constructor  Description 
Nvector(x, y, z, h=0, datum=LatLon.datums. 
Creates a 3d n‑vector normal to the Earth's surface. 
Method (extra to Vector3d)  Description 
this.toLatLon() 
Converts this n‑vector to latitude/longitude point. 
this.toCartesian() 
Converts this n‑vector to cartesian coordinate. 
this.toString 
Returns a string representation of this (unit) n‑vector. Height component is only shown if dpHeight is specified. 
Class Cartesian_Nvector extends Cartesian 
Cartesian_Nvector extends Cartesian with method to convert cartesian coordinates to n‑vectors. 
Method (extra to Cartesian)  Description 
this.toNvector 
Converts this cartesian coordinate to an n‑vector. 
Class Ned  Northeastdown (NED), also known as local tangent plane (LTP), is a vector in the local coordinate frame of a body. 
Constructor  Description 
Ned(north, east, down) 
Creates NorthEastDown vector. 
Property  Description 
this.length 
Length of NED vector. 
this.bearing 
Bearing of NED vector. 
this.elevation 
Elevation of NED vector. 
Method (extra to Cartesian)  Description 
Ned.from 
Creates NorthEastDown vector from distance, bearing, & elevation (in local coordinate system). 
this.toString 
Returns a string representation of this NED vector. 
Module latlonnvectorspherical.js  Tools for working with points and paths on (a spherical model of) the earth’s surface using a vectorbased approach using ‘n‑vectors’. In contrast to the more common spherical trigonometry, a vectorbased approach makes many calculations much simpler and easier to follow. 
import LatLon, { Nvector, Dms } from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/latlonnvectorspherical.js'; // browser 

Class LatLonNvectorSpherical  Latitude/longitude points on an spherical model earth, and methods for calculating distances, bearings, destinations, etc on great circle paths. 
Constructor  Description 
LatLon(latitude, longitude) 
Creates a latitude/longitude point on the earth’s surface, using a spherical model earth. 
Property  Description 
this.lat
this.latitude 
Latitude in degrees north from equator: can be set as numeric or hexagesimal (degminsec); returned as numeric. 
this.lon
this.lng
this.longitude 
Longitude in degrees east from international reference meridian: can be set as numeric or hexagesimal (degminsec); returned as numeric. 
LatLon.metresToKm 
Conversion factor metres to kilometres. 
LatLon.metresToMiles 
Conversion factor metres to miles. 
LatLon.metres 
Conversion factor metres to nautical miles. 
Method  Description 
this.toNvector() 
Converts this latitude/longitude point to an nvector (normal to earth's surface). 
this.distanceTo 
Returns the distance on the surface of the sphere from this point to destination point. 
this.initialBearingTo 
Returns the initial bearing from this point to destination point. 
this.finalBearingTo 
Returns final bearing arriving at destination point from this point; the final bearing will differ from the initial bearing by varying degrees according to distance and latitude. 
this.midpointTo 
Returns the midpoint between this point and given point. 
this.intermediatePointTo 
Returns the point at given fraction between this point and given point. 
this.intermediatePoint 
Returns the latitude/longitude point projected from the point at given fraction on a straight line between between this point and given point. 
this.destinationPoint 
Returns the destination point from this point having travelled the given distance on the given initial bearing (bearing normally varies around path followed). 
LatLon.intersection 
Returns the point of intersection of two paths each defined by point pairs or start point and bearing. 
this.crossTrackDistanceTo 
Returns (signed) distance from this point to great circle defined by startpoint and endpoint/bearing. 
this.nearestPoint 
Returns closest point on great circle segment between point1 & point2 to this point. 
this.isWithinExtent 
Returns whether this point is within the extent of a line segment joining point 1 & point 2. 
LatLon.triangulate 
Locates a point given two known locations and bearings from those locations. 
LatLon.trilaterate 
Locates a latitude/longitude point at given distances from three other points. 
this.isEnclosedBy 
Tests whether this point is enclosed by the polygon defined by a set of points. 
LatLon.areaOf 
Calculates the area of a spherical polygon where the sides of the polygon are great circle arcs joining the vertices. 
LatLon.meanOf 
Returns point representing geographic mean of supplied points. 
this.equals 
Checks if another point is equal to this point. 
this.toGeoJSON() 
Converts this point to a GeoJSON object. 
this.toString 
Returns a string representation of this point, formatted as degrees, degrees+minutes, or degrees+minutes+seconds. 
Class NvectorSpherical extends Vector3d 
An n‑vector is a (unit) vector normal to the Earth's surface (a nonsingular position representation). For many applications, nvectors are more convenient to work with than other position representations such as latitude/longitude, UTM coordinates, etc. On a spherical model earth, an n‑vector is equivalent to a (normalised) earthcentred earthfixed (ECEF) vector. 
Constructor  Description 
Nvector(x, y, z, h=0) 
Creates a 3d n‑vector normal to the Earth’s surface. 
Method (extra to Vector3d)  Description 
this.toLatLon() 
Converts this n‑vector to latitude/longitude point. 
this.toString 
Returns a string representation of this n‑vector. 
Module latlonspherical.js  Library of geodesy functions for operations on a spherical earth model. Includes distances, bearings, destinations, etc, for both great circle paths and rhumb lines, and other related functions. 
import LatLon, { Dms } from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/latlonspherical.js'; // browser 

Class LatLonSpherical  Latitude/longitude points on an spherical model earth, and methods for calculating distances, bearings, destinations, etc on great circle paths and rhumb lines. 
Constructor  Description 
LatLon(latitude, longitude) 
Creates a latitude/longitude point on the earth’s surface, using a spherical model earth. 
Property  Description 
this.lat
this.latitude 
Latitude in degrees north from equator: can be set as numeric or hexagesimal (degminsec); returned as numeric. 
this.lon
this.lng
this.longitude 
Longitude in degrees east from international reference meridian: can be set as numeric or hexagesimal (degminsec); returned as numeric. 
LatLon.metresToKm 
Conversion factor metres to kilometres. 
LatLon.metresToMiles 
Conversion factor metres to miles. 
LatLon.metres 
Conversion factor metres to nautical miles. 
Method  Description 
LatLon.parse
LatLon.parse 
Parses a latitude/longitude point from a variety of formats. Latitude & longitude (in degrees) can be supplied as two separate parameters, as a single commaseparated lat/lon string, or as a single object with { lat, lon } or GeoJSON properties. The latitude/longitude values may be numeric or strings; they may be signed decimal or
degminsec (hexagesimal) suffixed by compass direction (NSEW); a variety of separators are
accepted. Examples: 
this.distanceTo 
Returns the distance on the surface of the sphere from this point to destination point. 
this.initialBearingTo 
Returns the initial bearing from this point to destination point. 
this.finalBearingTo 
Returns final bearing arriving at destination point from this point; the final bearing will differ from the initial bearing by varying degrees according to distance and latitude. 
this.midpointTo 
Returns the midpoint between this point and given point. 
this.intermediatePointTo 
Returns the point at given fraction between this point and given point. 
this.destinationPoint 
Returns the destination point from this point having travelled the given distance on the given initial bearing (bearing normally varies around path followed). 
LatLon.intersection 
Returns the point of intersection of two paths defined by start point and bearing. 
this.crossTrackDistanceTo 
Returns (signed) distance from this point to great circle defined by startpoint and endpoint. 
this.alongTrackDistanceTo 
Returns how far this point is along a path from from startpoint, on bearing heading towards endpoint. That is, if a perpendicular is drawn from this point to the (great circle) path, the alongtrack distance is the distance from the start point to where the perpendicular crosses the path. 
this.maxLatitude 
Returns maximum latitude reached when travelling on a great circle on given bearing from this point (‘Clairaut’s formula’). Negate the result for the minimum latitude (in the southern hemisphere). 
LatLon.crossingParallels 
Returns the pair of meridians at which a great circle defined by two points crosses the given latitude. If the great circle doesn't reach the given latitude, null is returned. 
this.rhumbDistanceTo 
Returns the distance travelling from this point to destination point along a rhumb line. 
this.rhumbBearingTo 
Returns the bearing from this point to destination point along a rhumb line. 
this.rhumbDestinationPoint 
Returns the destination point having travelled along a rhumb line from this point the given distance on the given bearing. 
this.rhumbMidpointTo 
Returns the loxodromic midpoint (along a rhumb line) between this point and second point. 
LatLon.areaOf 
Calculates the area of a spherical polygon where the sides of the polygon are great circle arcs joining the vertices. 
this.equals 
Checks if another point is equal to this point. 
this.toGeoJSON() 
Converts this point to a GeoJSON object. 
this.toString 
Returns a string representation of this point, formatted as degrees, degrees+minutes, or degrees+minutes+seconds. 
Module mgrs.js  Military Grid Reference System (MGRS/NATO) grid references provides geocoordinate references covering the entire globe, based on UTM projections. MGRS references comprise a grid zone designator, a 100km square identification, and an easting and northing (in metres); e.g. ‘31U DQ 48251 11932’. Depending on requirements, some parts of the reference may be omitted (implied), and eastings/northings may be given to varying resolution. 
import Mgrs, { Utm, LatLon, Dms } from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/mgrs.js'; // browser 

Class Mgrs  Military Grid Reference System (MGRS/NATO) grid references, with methods to parse references, and to convert to UTM coordinates. 
Constructor  Description 
Mgrs(zone, band, e100k, n100k, easting, northing, datum=LatLon.datums. 
Creates an Mgrs grid reference object. 
Method  Description 
this.toUtm() 
Converts MGRS grid reference to UTM coordinate. 
Mgrs.parse 
Parses string representation of MGRS grid reference. 
this.toString 
Returns a string representation of an MGRS grid reference. To distinguish from civilian UTM coordinate representations, no space is included within the zone/band grid zone designator. Components are separated by spaces: for a militarystyle unseparated string, use Mgrs.toString().replace(/ /g, ''); Note that MGRS grid references get truncated, not rounded (unlike UTM coordinates). 
Class Utm_Mgrs extends Utm 
Extends Utm with method to convert UTM coordinate to MGRS reference. 
Method (extra to Utm)  Description 
this.toMgrs() 
Converts UTM coordinate to MGRS reference. 
Class Latlon_Utm_Mgrs extends LatLonEllipsoidal 
Extends LatLonEllipsoidal adding toMgrs() method to the Utm object returned by LatLon.toUtm(). 
Method (extra to LatLonEllipsoidal)  Description 
this.toUtm() 
Converts latitude/longitude to UTM coordinate (with toMgrs() method). 
Module osgridref.js  Ordnance Survey grid references provide geocoordinate references for UK mapping purposes. 
import OsGridRef, { LatLon, Dms } from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/osgridref.js'; // browser 

Class OsGridRef  OS grid references with methods to parse and convert them to latitude/longitude points. 
Constructor  Description 
OsGridRef(easting, northing) 
Creates an OsGridRef object. 
Method  Description 
this.toLatLon 
Converts this Ordnance Survey grid reference easting/northing coordinate to latitude/longitude (SW corner of grid square). While OS grid references are based on OSGB36, the Ordnance Survey have deprecated the use of OSGB36 for latitude/longitude coordinates (in favour of WGS84), hence this function returns WGS84 by default, with OSGB36 as an option. See www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/blog/2014/12/2. 
OsGridRef.parse 
Parses grid reference to OsGridRef object. Accepts standard grid references (eg 'SU 387 148'), with or without whitespace separators, from twodigit references up to 10digit references (1m × 1m square), or fully numeric commaseparated references in metres (eg '438700,114800'). 
this.toString 
Converts this numeric grid reference to standard OS grid reference. 
Class LatLon_OsGridRef extends LatLonEllipsoidal 
Extends LatLon class with method to convert LatLon point to OS grid reference. 
Method (extra to LatLonEllipsoidal)  Description 
this.toOsGrid() 
Converts latitude/longitude to Ordnance Survey grid reference easting/northing coordinate. 
Module utm.js  The Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) system is a 2dimensional Cartesian coordinate system providing locations on the surface of the Earth. UTM is a set of 60 transverse Mercator projections, normally based on the WGS84 ellipsoid. Within each zone, coordinates are represented as eastings and northings, measures in metres; e.g. ‘31 N 448251 5411932’. 
import Utm, { LatLon, Dms } from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/utm.js'; // browser 

Class Utm  UTM coordinates, with functions to parse them and convert them to LatLon points. 
Constructor  Description 
Utm(zone, hemisphere, easting, northing, datum=LatLon.datums. 
Creates a Utm coordinate object. 
Method  Description 
this.toLatLon() 
Converts UTM zone/easting/northing coordinate to latitude/longitude. 
Utm.parse 
Parses string representation of UTM coordinate. A UTM coordinate comprises (spaceseparated) zone, hemisphere, easting, northing. 
this.toString 
Returns a string representation of a UTM coordinate. To distinguish from MGRS grid zone designators, a space is left between the zone and the hemisphere. Note that UTM coordinates get rounded, not truncated (unlike MGRS grid references). 
Class LatLon_Utm extends LatLonEllipsoidal 
Extends LatLon with method to convert LatLon points to UTM coordinates. 
Method (extra to LatLonEllipsoidal)  Description 
this.toUtm() 
Converts latitude/longitude to UTM coordinate. 
Module vector3d.js  Library of 3d vector manipulation routines. 
import Vector3d from 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/geodesy@2/vector3d.js'; // browser 

Class Vector3d  Functions for manipulating generic 3d vectors. 
Constructor  Description 
Vector3d(x, y, z) 
Creates a 3d vector. 
Property  Description 
this.length 
Length (magnitude or norm) of this vector. 
Method  Description 
this.plus(v) 
Adds supplied vector to this vector. 
this.minus(v) 
Subtracts supplied vector from this vector. 
this.times(x) 
Multiplies this vector by a scalar value. 
this.dividedBy(x) 
Divides this vector by a scalar value. 
this.dot(v) 
Multiplies this vector by the supplied vector using dot (scalar) product. 
this.cross(v) 
Multiplies this vector by the supplied vector using cross (vector) product. 
this.negate() 
Negates a vector to point in the opposite direction. 
this.unit() 
Normalizes a vector to its unit vector. 
this.angleTo(v, vSign=undefined) 
Calculates the angle between this vector and supplied vector. 
this.rotateAround(axis, angle) 
Rotates this point around an axis by a specified angle. 
this.toString(dp=3) 
String representation of vector. 