Here are some QGIS styles based on HLURB Land Use Categories and Color Coding (CLUP Guidebook Vol. 3, 2014) that you can use in your next Land Use or Zoning map.
Removing duplicate geometries and features is fairly straightforward in QGIS but what if you want to select and extract the features with duplicates or the features and their duplicates? In this post, we use a query in the DB Manager and the 'Select by location' algorithm to do just that.
Ever wanted to get or load DPWH Road and Bridge Inventory in QGIS? Here's how.
Ang post na ito ay naglalayong sagutin ang ilang katanungan ukol sa mga bersyon ng QGIS at ang kanyang release cycle. LTR, LR, ano nga ba ang mga ito? Bakit kaya kakadownload ko pa lang ng isang bersyon ng QGIS ay may bago na naman?
This post seeks to answer common questions about QGIS versions and its release cycle. What does LR and LTR mean? Why does it seem like there's always a new version every month?
SRTM (Shuttle Radar Topography Mission) is a global research endeavor that yielded nearly-global digital elevation models (DEM). QGIS has a plugin called the SRTM Downloader that allows for SRTM data to easily be downloaded straight from QGIS.
Here's how to get data from the Registry of Open Data on AWS, particularly the Ookla Global Fixed and Mobile Network Performance Maps but these methods can work for any dataset there.
Orfeo ToolBox (OTB) is an open-source project for state-of-the-art remote sensing. You can harness its power in QGIS by adding it as a processing provider.
QGIS 3.14 introduced the qgis_process command that allows users to run QGIS processing algorithms from the console without having the QGIS GUI open. Now, an R package (qgisprocess) allows us to run QGIS processing algorithms inside of R! Awesome!
QGIS is one of the most customizable GIS out there (being FOSS ensures that) but did you know that you can also easily customize its splash screen? Read on to learn how.
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