Draw a pitch and depict soccer data
Draw a pitch and depict soccer data
Join in on the QGIS INTEGRATED open day. Our amazing lineup of presenters will show you how QGIS can work in a network with other software and programs to create dynamic and sharable spatial data, maps, and systems.
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Virtual events will be taking place online (see links below) and in the telegram chat room, and with many events also being live-streamed on YouTube. See the individual event descriptions below for an indication of where to join each event.
QGISOpenDay 26th March 2021
|1||Input and Mergin: collect data, sync, and collaborate with ease||08h00 UTC||Saber Razmjooei||English|
|2||Using QGIS, Input, Mergin, and Metabase to map the Waterberg||09h00 UTC||Gavin Fleming||English|
|3||Using QGIS and a laser cutter to make 3D contour models||10h30 UTC||Raymond Nijssen||English|
|4||Seamless fieldwork with QField & QFieldCloud||12h00 UTC||Marco Bernasocchi||English|
Add new selection tools that work across layers.
One can also exclude some layers, that will not be used by the mutli selection tools
Author: Yoann Quenach de Quivillic
QGIS Plugin importing spatial data from World of Warcraft game to your computer!
The plugin can import both raster and vector data by running WFS and WMS requests to GeoServer. Currently, it’s fairly simple and can be considered as proof of concept, but in the future can be easily developed by adding more importable layers, like rivers, dungeon locations, mountain ranges, etc.
Author: Mateusz Ośko
This project was developed on the course of the Geographic Information System (GIS) of the master’s degree program in data science at the University of Salerno. The goal of this project was develop a python plugin for the software Quantum GIS (QGIS) in order to visualize on the open street map all nuclear energy plant in the world. This plugin use the mqtt protocol for receive of radiation data from sensors in order to dinamically visualize it on the map. In order to clarify the visualization of the radiation data, a heat map was created and used. The plugin uses fake radiation, it simulates that the data comes from real sensors.
It is a simple cutting tool (in slices) of DEM data, to draw pretty postcards, for lovers of reliefs.
The principle is to build a series of altitude profiles (lines or polygons), to juxtapose them to give the illusion of a 3D view. Here, no calculation of the atmospheric refractive index, no consideration of the Earth’s curvature … just a little geometry, and the styles do the rest. The resulting layers are positioned where you want, the coordinate system used is that of the map (prefer 3857 rather than 4326 -in degrees-).
The offsets (varied according to the parameters chosen) in height of each cut simulate parallel or perspective views, a ‘radial’ vision attempts to get closer to the vision that an observer can have.
A ‘ridge line’ calculation enhances the reliefs.
Author: Xavier Culos
More in english/french with examples: https://github.com/xcaeag/Dem-Slicer-Qgis-Plugin
IDW Interpolation (498 points data – Sunday Nov 24 18:00:00 2019 QWeather)
IDW Interpolation (6 points data – Sunday Nov 24 20:00:00 2019 QWeather)
3D temperature / IDW
Inkscape2Symbol is an experimental QGIS plugin.
Import SVG drawings created in Inkscape as symbols in QGIS.
QGIS 3.x plugin to easily convert Inkscape-generated SVG to QGIS-compatible symbol
Automating a simple yet tedious and crucial procedure to convert an SVG made in Inkscape into a format compatible with the QGIS symbol standard
Inkscape2Symbol plugin for QGIS allows you to set the default fill and outline colors. You can find it on the QGIS Python Plugin Repository (under the Experimental section)
Author: Hennie Kotze
Map Biomas Collection is a plugin lets you get collection of mapping from MapBiomas Project(http://mapbiomas.org/).
The Map Biomas Collection add WMS layers from the MapBiomas collection.
Author: Luiz Motta.