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QGIS tutorials and resources

I am looking for a complete tutorial in QGIS (lisboa version) ??

Can you show me any website where I can download this tutorial?

Thanks in advance

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marked as duplicate by underdark Oct 31 '12 at 13:10

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Well, the first place to look would be QGIS Documentation. Between the User Manual and the How-To collection, you are going to find the most up-to-date information. Since the software has been in fairly continuous development, I don't think a comprehensive tutorial exists. On a more general note, a question like this may be better served by including places you've already looked, and perhaps some specific problems you are trying to solve. – Get Spatial Oct 31 '12 at 8:20
I guess that its this duplicate underdark refers to:… – FishHead Oct 31 '12 at 13:27

QGIS is a project in constant development, so your specific request for the lisboa version might be difficult to meet.

Try the QGIS wiki on the Quantum GIS web pages. They hold a lot of examples. Admittedly some of them could use brushing up to be more up to date. Partial tutorials are available at

For offline browsing or download availability you can look into the answers on the superuser website (part of the stackexchange network). Try searching for firefox/chrome plugins using "offline browsing" from within your browser plugin search facility. It might help you find what you are looking for.

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There are many introductory tutorials for QGIS topics. As @ragnvald and @spatialthoughts pointed out, the QGIS how-to collection is by far the best resource for tutorials. A few other good sources include:

Harvard University

UC Berkeley

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