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I have a .shp with attribute data containing current zone, current code, proposed zone, proposed code, final zone, final code etc.

I want to duplicate this layer and style it to display a black outline style only where there is a mismatch between data in columns, this in effect creates a map that identifies where there is a change proposed to draw attention to these areas.

  • What GIS software are you using? Do you want to create a new shapefile with just the mismatched polygons or display the existing polygons that only mismatch? – Michael Stimson Jan 2 at 3:25
  • I'm using QGIS 2.18.21, the latter, just need to filter it to display polygons where there is a change. – Oscar Jan 2 at 3:56
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    gis.stackexchange.com/questions/25963/… should point you in the right direction.. your query should be something like field_1 <> field_2; Shapefiles aren't case sensitive. Consider adding a QGIS tag to your question to get the right kind of attention. – Michael Stimson Jan 2 at 3:59
  • Thanks, that actually worked perfectly 'field_1 <> field_2' problem solved! looks fantastic – Oscar Jan 2 at 4:09
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    Please post the solution as a well-formatted answer to this question, including some explanation/screenshots if possible. – Stefan Jan 2 at 4:43
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This is how its done.

I will provide further screenshots of the outcome when the info is no longer confidential

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