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Some options: Cloud Compare: Open-source visualization software. A third-party pre-built executable for Mac is available from https://asmaloney.com/software/, or you can build from source. Includes some pretty-good processing tools if you're looking to do work in addition to just looking at the points. plas.io: Web-based visualization. Simple, not many ...


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This is not necessarily specific to QGIS but is a question I often get with QGIS users needing to reference two projects at the same time. open a terminal window and type: open -n /Applications/QGIS.app this will work with any application: open -n /Applications/Application.app


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QGIS looks for a CR/LF at the end of each row in a .csv file. This is how Excel (and other applications) on Windows machines ends each row. On a Mac the default Excel .csv file only has a CR (i.e., there is no LF) at the end of each row. Therefore QGIS reads the file as one long row. The solution, as first suggested by ericO, is to save the file as a Windows ...


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CSV files do not contain any CRS information, just coordinates. In QGIS, take a look at Settings -> Options -> CRS tab. Under CRS for new Layers you can choose Prompt for CRS. It might be set to a default CRS of WGS84 using degrees, and if the coordinates exceed +/-180/90, the CRS will be set to undefined. Apart from that, QGIS on MAC has some ...


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99% is that you upgraded qgis having an old installed version of Processing. Processing plugin is a core plugin and it's always availabe as core plugin, but it can be also installed via plugin manager (so intalled in $HOME/.qgis2/python/plugins/) so upgrade current core version. try to: 1) de install processing plugin (if this is allowed means you have an ...



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