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Is there a way to show the sum of certain attributes of the selected features?

for example, I'm selecting several buildings each having a number of users, selecting the buildings only shows their number, and what I do is copy the data and paste them into an excel sheet and then use an autosum formula to obtain the result.

Any ideas to solve this?

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Activate Statistics Panel by clicking on Show Statistical Summary (a big sigma button), or View | Panels | Statistics Panel.

After selecting your Buildings layer and attribute field, tick on Selected feature only at the bottom.

  • This is what i was looking for ... i just searched a bit more and found how to make the sum function for the desired attribute ..thank you – Abdullah Alaa May 11 '17 at 7:37
  • I'm glad to hear that. Just if you find any of these (15 or 16 statistics by default) unnecessary, please click on the small ellipsis (dot-dot-dot) button at the lower-right corner. You can select items you need. – Kazuhito May 11 '17 at 8:14

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