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Your code is wrong. Do this: from osgeo import gdal GDAL is a module of the osgeo package. You don't ever import osgeo itself. In Python a package is a convenient collection of modules and provides a 'name-space' for that collection. So, you can drill down further and import specific functions or variables from a module within a package like this: ...


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I don't know how you got the column name but downloading from your link Then opening in QGIS and clicking on a Mexico state, I never see an iso_a3 column but I do see adm0_a3 or gu_a3 or sov_a3 all with the same value MEX You should better use this config file so you get both USA and MEXICO (tested and it works) { "layers": { "mylayer": { ...


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I cannot answer in Kartograph but you can create SVGs in QGIS and QGIS runs on MAC. QGIS Mac Link. SVG in QGIS Link. If you check this board you will notice an earlier GIS SE question when they failed to convert shapes to SVG in Kartograph.


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As well as the comment by Mapperz, you may be interested in this thread on the mailing list: http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/qgis-user/2014-October/029429.html To sumarise, "this is a side effect of the MDB driver in the GDAL framework" - the developer of that knows about it and is working to resolve it. It may not be a fatal error for QGIS though (as in, ...


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I also just upgraded to Yosemite, but was also installing QGIS for the first time. I put on the older version of Java supplied by Apple and so far, no problems. I'm keeping an eye out here to see if anyone encounters other issues running QGIS under Yosemite.


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Why did you install Python from MacPort while there are many versions of Apple Python pre-installed ? (look at QGIS on Mavericks) I will try to help you but I don't use MacPorts and I don't know where the GRASS libraries are installed. I think you'd have to ask a MacPorts list. The problem is that the great majority of users do not know what is MacPorts and ...


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No problem, you only need to download QGIS 2.4 and install it. the application (QGIS.app) is placed in /Applications/ the frameworks are in /Library/Frameworks/ (/Library/Frameworks/GDAL.framework for example) the extensions are in /Users/you/.qgis2/python/plugins (hidden folder, /Users/me/.qgis2/python/plugins/tablemanager for example) the Python ...



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