The discrepancy of the position of objects on the Yandex.Maps and Google Maps at the same coordinates?

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I have the coordinates in the format latitude, longitude (in decimal form) for a set of objects. Originally, they were obtained via the Google Maps geocoder.


When displaying these objects on Yandex.Cards, labels get shifted in comparison on the map compared to the output on Google Maps: for example, if a GM label was at the center of the house, Ya in the Maps below and to the left for 10-15 px.


Is there any algorithm to recalculate the coordinates so that they are shown at the right place for Ya.
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Maybe they have a different datum. In Russia use Pulkovo, in the world WGS
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Your question is ideologically similar to the "I Have a load on one balance has a mass of 1 kg and 1.2 kg. on the other give the algorithm of recalculation". And google and Yandex share a single coordinate system is latitude — longitude. And if there are discrepancies, most likely a joint somewhere in them. I can assume that aerial photographs of your house taken from slightly different angle but as the height of the satellite is high, the effect of the atmosphere are significant and can occur various deviations of the image. And if You compare any other region of the deviation in the images can be on the other side. I'd chalk it up to measurement error held by Yandex and Google. More precise military coordinates we have. So either introduce artificial correction is a crutch that only works for your natural Sciences, or be content with what we have.
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I'm in the club asked and then also asks, where is the error?
give code or links where to look, specify at what zoom get the offset of 10-15 pixels, and so on.
Bring this mixture to meters and so on...
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