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QGIS tutorials and resources

I would like to know regarding the available resources for starting to learn about python scripting for QGIS.

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marked as duplicate by artwork21, iant, whuber Feb 16 '12 at 15:39

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you can find lots of information about python using in qgis blog and Python QGIS Cookbook - Pdf Book which have written by Martin Dobias (QGIS hacker who brought you many nice things including new symbology, python bindings, new labelling tool and the upcoming multi-threading renderer implementation --- from may help you for improving python skills for qgis...

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oh no. when i writing info. to your post, artwork21 have been already sent the same thing :) – Aragon Feb 16 '12 at 14:56
Cook book is very good, but just tooling around in IDLE will teach you a lot. Within 1 week, I was writing classes and multithreading with it. A very easy, bu tpwoerful language – Hairy Feb 16 '12 at 14:59

I am thinking of digging into Python too, and had bookmarked this page as a starting point. The Python QGIS Cookbook looks great too!

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Ok anyone... layer = QgsVectorLayer(data_source, layer_name, provider_name) what would be the provider_name ?? – SNT Feb 16 '12 at 16:24

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