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How do I create a 'heatmap' in QGIS based on the values of the different points? I did do this once before with rainfall, but can't remember how!

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Ok, I think I've found what I used last time - v.surf.idw. The only problem is that the vector file imports into GRASS without the values. Will still sort this out. –  Bernie Dec 19 '12 at 13:42
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Use the Heatmap plugin. It is the icon with two yellow circles. You can get to it by either right-clicking somewhere on your toolbar and select from the popup menu of plugins or you can go to Plugins -> Manage Plugins.

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@Sylvester..Perfect ans..this works for me..thanks : ) –  Sunil Dec 19 '12 at 9:26
    
Thanks, I was trying to create the heatmap in GRASS and seem to have found the solution. –  Bernie Dec 19 '12 at 13:43
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