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@Chris W said: As far as I know and can find evidence for, you cannot set a classification range below the minimum value in the data. This got me thinking, and I actually found a way to set the classification range below the minimum value. My original issue was built around the fact that the lowest classification range was required to contain the ...


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I believe this is about feature legend but not rasters. If this is about rasters disregard my suggestion. I usually use these: Merge 2 (or more shapefiles) CHILDS into one, let's call it FAMILY create legend for FAMILY import symbology for every CHILD from FAMILY Hope it helps, FP


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While the classification uses similar ranges, the data don't share a range. I think the solution here is to solve it in the legend and color assignments, and not the actual classification. Start with your lower left result, and convert that legend to a graphic. Edit the text to get the ranges you want. I notice all your other images have a 10 unit range, ...


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This option is not included in QGIS but here is what I do: First classify using desired color ramp. Then go to Settings -> Style Manager -> Color Ramp (shows in figure below): Now you can use 'Snipping Tool' to copy the ramp that you used. For example figure below shows the 'Blues' color ramp copied using snipping tool: Now, in 'Composer Manager', use ...


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I think I know what you're trying to do, because I'm trying the same thing. I've got eight maps I want to create. I want the map title to be whatever layer is visible at the time. All the maps are the same, but only one of the eight layers will be visible. I didn't find an elegant solution but I found a work-around. I basically just hid the stuff I didn't ...


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Just open the Legend Properties, click the General tab, select the layer(s) you want to remove from the legend under Legend Items (you can use Ctrl to select several layers at once) and click the double leftward arrow button, see picture below: If you only have about 32 layers, it will probably be faster than writing a Python script and define which ...


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You may try inspecting the object that has your list of items and building a new one containing the single instance of the strings in the old object. This sounds like what you might be trying to do. If not, then please let me know and i will refine the approach, as appose to simply down voting me ;). The idea is to filter your object with duplicates by ...


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I can confirm that the symbols look bad in the print composer preview, but they are rendered fine when saving to PNG. (Using 2.4 on Win8)


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Working from PolyGeo's code, here's what I came up with to work around the problem of having to have an exact number of items and identical order match between lookup values and the description. The full working script is here. # name and path of the lookup table lookup_table = r"..\default.gdb\vegMajorComm_Lookup" # change these to match the relevant ...


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It's not posible to change the styles of the legend container from the CartoDB UI, although you can change the styles of the legend content. To build what you want I'd recommend you to create a simple visualization using CartoDB.js Cheers!


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One easy option would be to add a new field to the Attribute Table of the raster with a Short/Long Integer type, rank each category based on its correct order, then edit the labels for this new field to reflect the appropriate ranges, like below: A second, slightly more complicated option would be to place each range in a new heading (right-click the ...



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