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I'm facing a similar problem. Layer in ArcGIS 10.3 symbolised so that one numeric variable determines point colour and another determines point size. When exported using Layer to KML tool, the resulting KMZ file in Google Earth looks extremely pixelated - although all five colour bins are preserved, points look more like squares than circles. The solution ...
What you actually want to perform is an interpolation. Heat maps are used to estimate point density between observed points. When you check "Use weights from field", you are expressing that each point has a count other than 1, but the method is still estimating a point density. Interpolation, on the other hand, estimates values at unknown points between ...
You might try creating an unweighted heat map raster then use the raster calculator to divide the weighted raster by the unweighted one and see if that gives you what you're looking for
Try setting the Symbol Level which sets the priority of specific symbols to render above or below others:
I would recommend using the "QuickMultiAttributeEdit" plugin available on the official plugin repository. Simply use the select tool to pick which features you want to edit, then click the plugin, and it comes up with a drop down menu of fields, and a box to enter the new value. This lets you edit a feature without ever needing to open the attribute table ...
Carlos, You may want to try changing the order of the attribute fields so your road name field is the first in the list. You can do this with the table manager, or in the processing toolbox under QGIS Vector Table editing you can use Refactor to change the order of the fields. The Refactor option will create a copy of the original data file, and open it as ...
You could to use Processing Toolbox: SAGA >> Shapes - Grid >> Grid Value to Points
You could try to vectorize that raster area (first clip it, then vectorize) and then merge the resulting shapefile with the vector point you began with.
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