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For a quick 'heat map' view of your data: Use the Layer > Add Layer > Add Delimited Text layer menu option from QGIS Browse to your CSV file, and ensure your X and Y fields are being used properly: Click OK and you'll be asked what coordinate system to use. Assuming you're using LAT/LON in WGS84, choose EPSG:4326, then click OK and your points should ...


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Things to check: Is the map set to the coordinate system used in the CSV, and/or was the coordinate system set in the new layer? If you right click the layer in the TOC and click Zoom to Layer, do the points appear? If so, are they in the right area? If not, something to check is did you define the X and Y coordinates properly, or did you flip them? It's ...


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If you loaded your data into something like PostGIS, and your Hexagons had a unique ID or similar unique value, you could use the ST_Intersects function to intersect the hexagons and the Cities. Then use a row_number function with a partition and order clause to essentially group the Cities by the Hexagon ID they fall within and order them in descending ...


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i think the problem occured because you using unmatched interval (from screenshot that you post, i dont see interval units, whether its on mapunits,milimeter, or centimetre) Or if in your machine the interval units was not showed up, then make sure your layer are using crs with distance unit (like meter or feet). Just look at layer properties and go to ...



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