This post is the continuation of Summary Aggregate and Spatial Filters in QGIS. I have been exploring aggregate functions more and have found interesting ways to automate tasks in QGIS. One such example is helping automatically keeping track of feature edits to help with Quality Assurance (QA).Continue reading
QGIS expression engine has a powerful a summary aggregate function that can do spatial joins on the fly. This enables some very interesting uses.Continue reading
You may have seen a map where source and destination points are connected via curved lines. It is possible to create such a map in QGIS with a simple trick – using custom projections and densification of lines. I will outline the steps to create such a map.Continue reading
I got a chance to attend the 3rd Annual QGIS User Conference at A Coruña, Spain.
This was the meeting point of over 100 QGIS developers, users, and trainers from all over the globe. It was the first time I met the QGIS community in person, including some of the people whose work I have admired for years. The event took place over 3 days – 2 days of workshops and 1 day of talks. I am putting some of my notes, takeways and links to resources shared on other channels (twitter, telegram, email) for the benefit of folks who were not present