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I have two layers : enter image description here

  • The red layer with 2 features : 1 and 3.
  • The green layer with 3 features : area 1, area 2 and area 3.

I need a layer which contain my green layer split by my red layer. In that example, I would have a polygon layer with 6 features in it. I would like the attribute table like :

area 1 | NULL
area 1 | 1
area 2 | NULL
area 2 | 3
area 3 | 1
area 3 | NULL

I didn't see such an algorithm in QGIS. What is the best way to do that ?

  • This operation is not a clip. I tried. – etrimaille Oct 14 '16 at 11:30
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I think you might need to use the Union tool to get your six features with the same attribute format you are looking for. You can access this from the Vector menu or from the Processing Toolbox.

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    Yes ! The name Union is not obvious for me, I didn't see this operation as a union. But yes, that's it. However, I got 8 features in the union layer : 2 features without area 1 or 2. But I can easily remove them with a QGIS expression because the area is NULL. – etrimaille Oct 14 '16 at 11:33
  • @Gustry - Ahh good point but glad you got it working :) – Joseph Oct 14 '16 at 11:35

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