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I think you've answered your question yourself: Points2one cannot do it by default. Since it's a Python plugin, you could easily extend it to calculate the aggregates you want if you know Python. There are other workarounds which include other plugins and more steps. Are you interested in those? This could also be a good exercise to develop a Processing ...


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Torque does not support data range in columns, the are two possibilities here: adding a row per year (discarded as you can't do it) using sql query to do that duplication for you without changing your table data. I will explain this option more in detail: Torque works using the data from a SQL query so you could have your table as you described and apply ...



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