ST_Rotate — Rotates a geometry about an origin point.


geometry ST_Rotate(geometry geomA, float rotRadians);

geometry ST_Rotate(geometry geomA, float rotRadians, float x0, float y0);

geometry ST_Rotate(geometry geomA, float rotRadians, geometry pointOrigin);


Rotates geometry rotRadians counter-clockwise about the origin point. The rotation origin can be specified either as a POINT geometry, or as x and y coordinates. If the origin is not specified, the geometry is rotated about POINT(0 0).

Migliorato: Nella 2.0.0 è stato introdotto il supporto per le superfici poliedriche, i triangoli e i TIN.

Enhanced: 2.0.0 additional parameters for specifying the origin of rotation were added.

Availability: 1.1.2. Name changed from Rotate to ST_Rotate in 1.2.2

Questa funzione supporta il 3d e non distrugge gli z-index.

Questo metodo supporta le Curve e le Circular String.

Questa funzione supporta le Polyhedral Surface.

Questa funzione supporta i Triangoli e le Triangulated Irregular Network Surfaces (TIN).


--Rotate 180 degrees
SELECT ST_AsEWKT(ST_Rotate('LINESTRING (50 160, 50 50, 100 50)', pi()));
 LINESTRING(-50 -160,-50 -50,-100 -50)
(1 row)

--Rotate 30 degrees counter-clockwise at x=50, y=160
SELECT ST_AsEWKT(ST_Rotate('LINESTRING (50 160, 50 50, 100 50)', pi()/6, 50, 160));
 LINESTRING(50 160,105 64.7372055837117,148.301270189222 89.7372055837117)
(1 row)

--Rotate 60 degrees clockwise from centroid
SELECT ST_AsEWKT(ST_Rotate(geom, -pi()/3, ST_Centroid(geom)))
FROM (SELECT 'LINESTRING (50 160, 50 50, 100 50)'::geometry AS geom) AS foo;
 LINESTRING(116.4225 130.6721,21.1597 75.6721,46.1597 32.3708)
(1 row)