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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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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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Together with North Road we are running a crowd funding campaign to extend the layout print capabilities of QGIS.

While the funds were not raised within the original deadline of 30th April, we decided to extend the deadline for other 30 days! (31st May 2019).

DataPlotly mockup

We are counting on your supp...

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Link of the Crowdfunding campaign

The QGIS DataPlotly plugin (developed by Faunalia) allows for creation of D3-like interactive plots directly within QGIS, using the feature-rich and mature Plotly library. Although it’s been designed with simplicity in mind, the plugin exposes a powerful interfa...

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