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Faunalia and North Road, in collaboration with Italian Institute of Geophysic and Vulcanology (INGV) have developed a QGIS plugin to manage earthquake historical and current data.

The QQuake plugin is born!

The simple interface allows the users to easily dowload the data:

QQuake UI


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2020: un anno molto particolare

Non serve ribadirlo: il 2020 è stato un anno particolare da tutti i punti di vista.

In Faunalia siamo stati abituati a viaggiare spesso per lavoro: numerosi corsi di formazione in tutta Italia e in tutta Europa, moltissimi convegni e seminiari, le vecchie Hackfe...

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DataPlotly 3.0

Thanks to all the contributors of the past crowdfunding campaign we, Faunalia and North Road, are finally ready to release DataPlotly 3.0.

We have implemented all the features of the campaign, let's explore them.

Feature subset in plot canvas

Now it is possible to choose jus...

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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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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...
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Adding Custom Widgets to a Processing script

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...

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