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Save your excel file as CSV file go to Add Vector Layer in QGIS and navigate to your CSV file and load it In the print composer, go to Add attribute table, as you can see below: Select the Source from Layer Feature from the window in the right,as shown below: You can change the font and formats based on your needs, and here is final output: ...


If you're using backslashes, you need to use double backslash to escape the path. In my case:"render.png","png") True"C:\Users\ME\Folder\\render.jpg","JPG") True Or you could use single forward slashes:"C:/Users/ME/Folder/render.jpg","JPG") True


You mention you're using inkscape so you could try flipping your method round rather than doing it all in QGIS. Have you tried exporting the composer to an SVG, open it into inkscape and then import the formatted table as a png?


If this is the only map that you want to process,then the easiest way to convert this raster into polygon in a clean way is to digitize it, since the map that you are showing is not complex map. Create a new field of "population density" and fill in the values based on the information in the legend. If you have an administrative boundary for this shapefile ...


With a multi-band raster input, the Raster Calculator will only process the first band: Multiband raster data When a multiband raster is used as input, most Spatial Analyst tools operate only on the first band. The exceptions are certain tools in the Multivariate and Extraction toolsets which do process each of the bands in a multiband input ...

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