I have a set of point locations. I have a set of images with reference numbers. I'd like a way to easily see the images associated with the location, using QGIS.
This is for my own use rather than necessarily for communicating to others, so it should stay on QGIS if possible and the solution should be 'live' (or at least should be very easily updated) rather than involving a one-off import/export of any kind.
At the moment these are vector images, but could easily be raster. On this occasion it's images of sign designs, but in the future might be something else - perhaps photos.
A key issue is that one location has anything from 0 - 5 images associated with it. I'm expecting to produce a text file associating locations with image references (i.e. with two columns, location reference and image reference). It's not beyond the bounds of possibility that I could something more imaginative (database etc). I'm beginning to explore the capacity of QGIS to work with one-to-many relationships. It looks like for ArcGIS the answer might lie with python code based labelling - is there an equivalent?
The issue is that I don't really have a clue what the options might be so can't investigate them, nor even how to ask this question in a really clear and directed way... but I'm sure that others have the same question.