  # GeometryTransformer Methods Methods
NameDescription  GetAxesTransformation(Axes, Axes)
Gets an evaluator that can be used to find the transformation from one axes to another. If both axes provide derivative information, the derivative information will be transformed accordingly for the new axes.  GetAxesTransformation(Axes, Axes, EvaluatorGroup)
Gets an evaluator that can be used to find the transformation from one axes to another. If both axes provide derivative information, the derivative information will be transformed accordingly for the new axes.  GetReferenceFrameTransformation(ReferenceFrame, ReferenceFrame)
Gets an evaluator that can evaluate the transformation between two reference frames.  GetReferenceFrameTransformation(ReferenceFrame, ReferenceFrame, EvaluatorGroup)
Gets an evaluator that can evaluate the transformation between two reference frames.  ObservePoint(Point, ReferenceFrame)
Gets an evaluator that can be used to find the Motion<Cartesian> of this point in the new ReferenceFrame at a given JulianDate. The motion will also express any derivatives in the new frame if requested.  ObservePoint(Point, ReferenceFrame, EvaluatorGroup)
Gets an evaluator that can be used to find the Motion<Cartesian> of this point in the new ReferenceFrame at a given JulianDate. The motion will also express any derivatives in the new frame if requested.  ObserveVector(Vector, Axes)
Gets an evaluator that can be used to find the Motion<Cartesian> of this vector in a given axes at a given JulianDate. Note that this will not account for any translational effects and the axes are considered to be the vector's basis. So if the vector is representing a velocity or boresight vector, observing the vector in the axes of a reference frame which is rotating and translating with respect to the vector's axes will only take into account the relative rotation as if the two basis axes were co-located when computing the vector's derivatives. To obtain a vector and its derivatives in a different frame, the vector needs to be created in that frame.  ObserveVector(Vector, Axes, EvaluatorGroup)
Gets an evaluator that can be used to find the Motion<Cartesian> of this vector in a given axes at a given JulianDate. Note that this will not account for any translational effects and the axes are considered to be the vector's basis. So if the vector is representing a velocity or boresight vector, observing the vector in the axes of a reference frame which is rotating and translating with respect to the vector's axes will only take into account the relative rotation as if the two basis axes were co-located when computing the vector's derivatives. To obtain a vector and its derivatives in a different frame, the vector needs to be created in that frame.
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