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Geographer and amateur GIS-user


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answered Help projecting Austria data with QGIS
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awarded  Constituent
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on QGIS 2.4 Layout View pdf/raster file export moves points
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is the data missing in my new shapefile?
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revised Printing map to scale
deleted qgis tag, because question has nothing to do with qgis
Aug
17
revised Displaying Shapefiles using Python?
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Aug
17
answered Displaying Shapefiles using Python?
Aug
12
awarded  Caucus
Aug
11
comment Merge shapefiles to one tool not working?
are all your shape-files of the same type, e.g. point-files?
Aug
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Meaning of red cross icon next to Geoprocessing tool/model?
Aug
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Filtering out canopies and buildings from DEM to have a bare earth elevation
Aug
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on GRASS v.distance - Getting meters instead of degrees
Jul
30
awarded  Necromancer
Jul
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Creating density map from point data?
Jul
14
comment Is it possible to embed a Qgis map with all the information I added, in my website?
or - if a simple imagemage fits your needs - look at the html image plugin plugins.qgis.org/plugins/imagemap_plugin
Jul
11
comment How big areas/.osm data files can Maperitive handle?
according to this question groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/maperitive/5JIraqyWCAM maperitive holds the complete map in ram and filtering out any mapfeatures you dont need should decrease the necessary ram
Jul
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why does QGIS add decimals when a csv is saved as a shapefile?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
28
comment How to estimate the area of rooftops of buildings after detection?
what kind of software do you use??
Jun
26
comment Moving a shape around the earth while maintaining the proper projection
maybe I misundersand you, but the shown example has a mercator projection, on which several polygons are drawn at different locations. a poly consists of a number of points. each point has a specific latitude and longitude, which is projected. when you move the poly to the north, each point has a higher latitude, which when projected results in larger area. moving to the ecuator means each point has a lower latitude, resulting after projection in a smaller area.