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Interested in music, gaming and programming. Build & Deploy Architect by day. Geek by night. Mountain biker on the weekend.


Mar
13
answered Delete points on a polygon using QGIS
Mar
6
comment What is the best way to represent bridges using a point vector layer in QGIS?
No. I don't know how to do that.
Mar
6
comment What is the best way to represent bridges using a point vector layer in QGIS?
Thank you for the suggesting. It made me realize that I could potentially using line styling that draws the bridge the same way as the symbol I'm currently using. Currently I'm only encountering small bridges but if there were longer and/or non-straight bridges the point won't work. I'll have to give this a try!
Feb
22
asked What is the best way to represent bridges using a point vector layer in QGIS?
Feb
21
revised Is there a way to render lines with a smooth (bezier) curves in QGIS?
Added detail explaining that it's not a rendering solution but a processing solution.
Feb
21
suggested suggested edit on Is there a way to render lines with a smooth (bezier) curves in QGIS?
Feb
21
accepted Is there a way to render lines with a smooth (bezier) curves in QGIS?
Feb
21
comment Is there a way to render lines with a smooth (bezier) curves in QGIS?
I ended up playing with this plugin a little bit tonight and it actually worked better for me since I didn't have to use a GRASS layer and could just convert my current shapefile.
Feb
19
comment How do I specify a CRS for a fictional game map in QGIS?
You might be interested in these blog posts: ssrebelious.blogspot.com/2011/05/… and ssrebelious.blogspot.com/2011/01/…
Feb
16
comment How to save project with data source path as relative in QGIS?
It does seem like Relative is now the default (hooray!) and previously it was Absolue.
Feb
11
accepted Why does QGIS's Clipper tell me “Computed -srcwin falls outside raster size” and how do I address it?
Feb
11
comment Why does QGIS's Clipper tell me “Computed -srcwin falls outside raster size” and how do I address it?
Looks like the project was set to Google Mercator 900913 while my raster and vectors are at WGS 84. I switched the project to WGS 84 (with on-the-fly checked) and the clipper works now. Thanks!
Feb
11
revised Why does QGIS's Clipper tell me “Computed -srcwin falls outside raster size” and how do I address it?
Made title more complete
Feb
11
asked Why does QGIS's Clipper tell me “Computed -srcwin falls outside raster size” and how do I address it?
Feb
6
comment What version of SVG should I be saving my images with for QGIS? Any particular options I should use/avoid?
Do you think I'd be better off trying something like Inkscape to export SVG?
Feb
6
asked What version of SVG should I be saving my images with for QGIS? Any particular options I should use/avoid?
Jan
13
comment Is there a way to render lines with a smooth (bezier) curves in QGIS?
Thank you for such a quality answer!
Jan
12
comment Is there a way to render lines with a smooth (bezier) curves in QGIS?
So it seems like this is something you'd likely would apply once you've confirmed your lines are all correct and don't need further editing (unless you want to adjust all the additional vectors and then smooth it again)
Jan
12
comment Is there a way to render lines with a smooth (bezier) curves in QGIS?
Ah, that is answered here: "(Line) smoothing is a "reverse" process which takes as input a line and produces a smoother approximate of the original. In some cases, this is achieved by inserting new vertices into the original line, and can total up to 4000% of the number of vertices in the original. In such an instance, it is always a good idea to simplify the line after smoothing." from grass.osgeo.org/grass64/manuals/html64_user/v.generalize.html
Jan
12
comment Is there a way to render lines with a smooth (bezier) curves in QGIS?
Does this alter the original data or does it filter it in a way before QGIS renders it?