I have been searching for quite some time now, but I can't seem to find the answer by myself.
I did come across some things that helped me a bit, but many answers on this topic were from quite some time ago and I am curious if you might know some other (better) solutions now.
I want to visualize weather data with QGIS. Think about temperature, wind, etc.
The data will be stored in a Postgres or MySQL database.
The goal will be to publish the map real-time, online.
Every couple of minutes or so there will be new data stored in the database and all the latest data has to be shown on the map. There will be a slider so that a time can be selected and the map will show the weather data from that specific moment.
Do you guys have any ideas that might help me? I would love to hear them.
I will try to explain a bit better.
I am looking for some advice on how to approach my problem.
- I have weather data that needs to be visualized using a GIS-tool. (I am planning on using QGIS). (This I know how to do.)
- The data is updated regularly and QGIS needs to update the map when the data gets updated in the database.
- Apart from that the map needs to be accessible via a webbrowser (local). The map shown in the webbrowser should be interactive and should show the map with the latest data.
So I have 2 questions actually: - How do I make sure the map updates as soon as the data in the database updates? - How do I get the map in the webbrowser and make sure the map is up to date and interactive?