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comment Creating random points
Sounds like CRS problems. Can you elaborate your question to provide information about the Coordinates Systems you are using both for your data and qgis project? Is On-the-Fly transformation On?
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reviewed Leave Open How to make ArcGIS textSymbol uneditable?
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reviewed Leave Open How to add geometry field to existing Oracle table so it can be accessed by ArcGIS via ArcSDE?
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answered QGIS 2.4 Attribute Table Search Bar?
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answered How do you memorize the meaning of longitude and latitude?
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comment QGIS - Create buffer in meters
"What's the Workflow for buffering in meters/km using WGS84 layers?" does solve your problem, please read the comments. When you use the buffer tool it uses the layer CRS units, choosing wgs84 it will use degrees. You can your file _meters, but you haven't realy changed the coordinate system.
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comment How to split non-contiguous feature in QGIS?
From version 2.4 and above, there is a new tool called split parts that can solve this problem.
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comment How to split non-contiguous feature in QGIS?
That's a bit cumbersome approach. QGIS has now a few tools to split multipart features, like Multipart split plugin, digitizing tools plugin and split parts core function in the advanced digitizing toolbar (version 2.4 and above).
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revised Get coordinates in both decimal degrees and meters in an attribute table
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to open the Shape files and extract the data from these files?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on PostGIS: How to distinguish overlapping routes (i.e., LineStrings) based on their direction?
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comment Using the Rule-based style to calculate each grid cell from overlaps
Update your answer to became more clear. I will try to give another answer.
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comment Using the Rule-based style to calculate each grid cell from overlaps
BTW, "Layer" = 'Site_18' OR "Layer" = 'Site_11' OR "Layer" = 'Site_12' can be substituted by Layer IN ('Site_18','Site_11', 'Site_12')
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comment Using the Rule-based style to calculate each grid cell from overlaps
Ah... this is a totally different question. And I think you can't do it only by using symbology. You will have to work your data to calculate those Scores before you can style it.
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answered Using the Rule-based style to calculate each grid cell from overlaps