I have used spatial functions successfully in earlier versions of neo4j but now gives error when I run on 4.0
match (g1:gps), (g2:gps)
No I get an error like this:
Cannot create WGS84 point with invalid coordinate: [37.09, -95.713]. Valid range for Y coordinate is [-90, 90].
Looks like your query might be blending 2D and 3D spatial logic.
When you plot the geographic coordinates on a two-dimensional map you apply a map projection. So when you plot the geographic locations in WGS84 on a map where you the horizontal axis represents longitude between -180° and +180° then the vertical axis represents latitude between -90° and +90° then you get a world map in the Plate Carree projection. - What is WGS84 | Virtual Surveyor : Support Portal
Your longitude value -95.713 is invalid according to 2D. Have you tried specifying a CRS value like some of the examples here?
Hi @idrismunir check that g1 or g2 does not have latitudes outside the [-90, 90] range. I had a dataset that had >90 values and that gave me the same error.
When it says "invalid coordinate: [37.09, -95.713]" it is showing [longitude, latitude].
Hope this helps.