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QGIS Print Layouts Graphs and Charts — Beta Out Now!

Thanks to the success of our recent QGIS Print Layouts Graphs and Charts crowdfunding campaign, staff at North Road and Faunalia have been busy updating and improving the QGIS “DataPlotly” plugin with the goal of allowing beautiful charts in...

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QHurricane

Thanks to some tools developed by Faunalia and Enrico Ferreguti it is possible to download grib files. These files are very used in meteorological application and QGIS loads them as Mesh data type. See the dedicated plugin page

A simple workflow will consist in:

  1. Download the Q...
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You can write python script in Processing to write your own algorithm.

If you already know how to write Processing scripts, then you also know that you can add many parameter types

But if you want to add another parameter type? How to add for...

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We’ve just passed the extended deadline for our recent QGIS Print Layouts Graphs and Charts campaign, and the great news is that thanks to a large number of generous backers we’ve successfully hit the target for this campaign! This has only been possible thanks to the tireless work of the QGIS com...

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How many times happens that a very annoying bug makes a normal workflow nearly impossible or, worse, you cannot work on the project anymore?

With a bug we discovered some times ago, you cannot select the parent geometry from the child form geometry, both layers are linked with a 1:N relation:

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Basic concepts

LRS (Linear Reference System) is a spatial reference method where the places along a path have distance measures compared to some specific points, like milestones of a road.

Imagine the following scenario:

  • linear river layer
  • non-spatial table with the description of the operat...
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