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Mar
29
comment Getting Transparent Circles with Heatmap Plugin
Thanks rudivonstaden!
Mar
27
awarded  Supporter
Mar
27
comment Getting Transparent Circles with Heatmap Plugin
Okay okay - I think I got it. Here is what I did: - Changed the points to WGS84 and added a background using OpenLayers which is WGS84 Pseudo Mercator. - Changed the project CRS to match the OpenLayers background (WGS84 Pseudo Mercator) - Took the points -> Save As -> Selected CRS to match the Project CRS I now have something that looks like a heat map. :D
Mar
27
comment Getting Transparent Circles with Heatmap Plugin
I changed the CRS to WGS84/UTM16N - I hope that was the correct one. So I have the points showing up and another layer also showing up in the right place, but now the Google map I added using OpenLayers isn't lining up correctly.
Mar
27
comment Getting Transparent Circles with Heatmap Plugin
I didn't choose a CRS when I originally geo-encoded the CSV from addresses using Google's geo-encode API. All I have is a CSV file with the address in one column, and the lat and long each with their own columns. When I added the layer, I chose WGS84.
Mar
16
comment OpenLayers Plugin won't render maps correctly
Here is a screenshot of what is happening: Imgur I took this screenshot after switching the project and all of the layers to EPSG:3857 as Andre Joost was describing below.
Mar
16
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
16
comment Getting Transparent Circles with Heatmap Plugin
Sorry, Stackexchange wouldn't let me upload any screenshots until I've done some more activity on the site. Here is screenshot 1: imgur.com/qM3hiqq Here is screenshot 2: imgur.com/uzw4aNf Hi underdark, I've seen your blog. I made the CSV using Google's geocoding engine, so I'm not positive. The CSV is storing the locations as lat/long. THanks!
Mar
15
awarded  Student
Mar
15
asked OpenLayers Plugin won't render maps correctly
Mar
15
asked Getting Transparent Circles with Heatmap Plugin