Bivariate choropleth maps are both stunningly beautiful and informative. Here's how you can create them in QGIS.
My presentation during #PistaNgMapa 2019 at Foundation University in Dumaguete about the recent developments and what you can do with QGIS 3.X.
The MapSwipe Tool helps with easy visual comparison by allowing the user to swipe a layer -- perfect for showing the difference between two layers or the changes between two points in time.
Map over 300 thousand historic iceberg locations and animate them over time in QGIS.
Create beautiful hillshades in QGIS by utilizing a few tricks. :)
This year, I made the decision and conscious effort to use shapefiles less and GeoPackages more in the work that I do. Whenever possible and whenever people will listen, I also try to talk and explain why I made the switch to GeoPackage and why I think the format has a lot of potential.
In this post, I'll show you how to take advantage of QGIS' capabilities for connecting to remote services like WFS, WMS, and GeoNode; getting data from OSM; and even loading vector and raster files stored on the web.
Another cheers to one of the most commonly underutilized and underappreciated part of QGIS.
Basemaps provide context, character, and personality to your maps plus they're now so easy to add in QGIS. :)
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