I want to make a hexbin map of a particular kind. Hexbins can be used to embrace several points in the same area, like in this example :
With this method, a large city can be covered by one hexagon, and several smaller cities can be covered by the same area. But that's not what I'm trying to do.
In fact, I would do my hexbin map with a file of cities in a French district, with adjoining hexagons and one hexagon for one city, without any empty space between hexagons.
The problem is that in this case, every point must be at the same distance from the others. So my issue is that I'm wondering if it's posible to tidy up with QGis a file with polygons' centroids like this into a file with equidistant points:
How can I transform a file with points to obtain a regular pattern without empty spaces, like this example of South China Morning Post ?