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drag-drop an Excel XLSX file onto the layer widget double click tool QGIS geoalgorithms\Vector creation tools\Point layer from Table, choose the new layer as Input layer and specify the columns representing X- and Y-field, run the process Two steps using current QGIS versions.


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Looking at the project homepage, you are not the first one to notice this. Please note that gis.se is not a bugtracker and it is unlikely that this post here will help to fix this issue. Therefore, please use one or more of the following options to proceed Create a ticker in the plugin bugtracker Contact the plugin author Consider funding him to fix it ...


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When QGIS closes, the plugin's unload() method is called as documented in http://docs.qgis.org/testing/en/docs/pyqgis_developer_cookbook/plugins.html#mainplugin-py This means that you don't have to detect anything yourself. QGIS takes care of unloading the plugins.


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What are the distances between the columns? The distances between the points in one column are the same? I changed a bit the steps above. create buffer with more than half way radius cut the overlapping areas as separate polygons create a calculated field to represent the area sizes. If the distances between point to point in column and column to column ...


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You could use tools from Processing framework in PyQGIS. I think the tool you need from fTools is already in Processing, and it's called "Random points in layer bounds." Just follow the same logic explained in Cannot run standalone QGIS script for running a Processing algorithm in PyQGIS. You'll need to call the tool like this: ...


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Eventually, found a way to solve the problem, but I'm not 100% sure if this is it or not. After installing the PyQt4-devel, the next step would be to source the file (you can watch a nice tutorial done by Tim Sutton). If you still have problems with the make file, try to run the "compile strings" file just like in the video. Else if it doesn't work, ...


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Ok, there is definitely a bug, but I found a temporary fix for it... While I was editing, I had snapping turned on. I needed this in order to snap to boundaries, measure a setback, and then start drawing my feature. I turned snapping off after my measurement line was completed, and... QGIS didn't crash! So, if anyone else runs into this issue, this worked ...


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If you connect your original points with lines (maybe using the points2one or PonitConnector plugin), you can: buffer those lines with a small value calculate the centroid of the buffers You still have to calculate the value at the new points. Alternatively, using an excel table with coordinates and values: x = ( x1 + x2 ) / 2 y = ( y1 + y2 ) / 2 v = ...


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I know I'm coming a bit late, but a quicker way to do this (provided that you're using Windows), is by using the OSGeo4W Shell. Make command will work from there. Source and I've also tested it QGIS version 2.8.1 if that adds any more relevance. Best regards,



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