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3D with QGIS

This is a part of the series on GIS for Architects and Planners. One question I have been frequently asked is can we have a 3d model in GIS. 615 more words


Movement data in GIS #8: edge bundling for flow maps

If you follow this blog, you’ll probably remember that I published a QGIS style for flow maps a while ago. The example showed domestic migration between the nine Austrian states, a rather small dataset. 651 more words


Who gets the UK's 73 MEPs

The UK will leave the European Union, most likely at the end of March 2019, two years after it invoked Article 50. Currently, the United kingdom has 73 seats in the European Parliament, representing England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Gibraltar, but the question is what happens to these seats once the country leaves? 402 more words


Digitizing in QGIS

Digitizing is an essential process of any GIS related project, it is generally part of the data conversion process. This tutorial will take you through the procedures for digitizing scanned map or any other raster dataset in QGIS. 869 more words


Creating raster mosaic from command line

Mosaic is a nice way to group satellite images and to work with it as a single image. Creating mosaic in commercial (such as ArcGIS, or ENVI) and open source (QGIS) software is easy. 1,021 more words