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Yes, you can import non-geo JSON files into QGIS but there are no native method for this in QGIS. It's because in your link, it's non tabular data. For each "column" (like income) per country, you have year and value. You need to preprocess the data to change the structure to flatten it to 2 dimensions. One choice could be to use PyQGIS console to solve ...
I know it has been answered, but just to give another option: You can just leave the field with no filter or value (I know it works for CATEGORIZED or RULE BASED): http://docs.qgis.org/2.0/uk/docs/training_manual/vector_classification/classification.html I'm using QGIS 2.10 and it works.
The problem is that the field in question appears in both the tables. Possible fix is to copy one of the fields, re-name and then delete original field. Can confirm that I was unable to find the setting for the Qualified Field Names, and it did nothing in the script.
I think a query table will do what you are looking for. Make sure the table and the feature class are in the same geodatabase. Open the Make Query Table tool. Add the table FIRST. Then add the feature class. Click ok to create the Query Table. Then right click the resulting layer and export. Note: I've used this before in 10.1 and it worked fine. Trying ...
I have a multi-step MANUAL process to achieve the feature-class creation you are looking for. First, realize that the resulting polygon layer will likely have the same geometry repeated for those rows in your source table where the ZIP3 attribute repeats. -- and realize that this is a less-than-ideal geometry storage method. But if it has to be that way, ...
Assuming you have coordinate (lat, long) in the attribute table (if not create them using calculate geometry)... Open the attribute table of the shapefile which had a csv joined to it, and copy all the records (select all and right click on the little black arrow in the first column, first row (under the field names top left corner). Open an excel book, ...
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