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I am new to GIS and QGIS and I am going through the training manual. It says to "Open theQuery Builder by right-clicking on the all_terrain layer in the Layers panel, and selecting the Properties→Sourcetab."

This does not exist as far as I can tell in 3.6. No other posted questions have an answer. Help?

@ahmadhanb stated that I should do what is written out above. The problem I am facing is that this is what I get when I do as ahmadhanb suggests: screenshot

I am using windows 10 if that helps any.

  • What is the format of your data? Is it raster or vector? – ahmadhanb Mar 4 at 18:59
  • Raster file. I am following the training manual in section 21.14.1. – Mark Mar 4 at 19:02
  • I updated my answer. There is no Query Builder for raster data. The Query builder is only available for vector data. – ahmadhanb Mar 4 at 19:04
  • @Mark can you provide a link to that training manual? – MrXsquared Mar 4 at 19:06
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    The all_terrain layer the manual refers to here is a vector layer. As @ahmadhanb mentioned in his answer you will find the query builder for this. – MrXsquared Mar 4 at 19:21
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If the data is raster data, there is no Query builder for raster.

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If the data is vector data, then right-click the layer in the table of contents -> Properties -> Source tab -> Query Builder at the lower right corner of the window:

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  • I clarified my question by editing it. I am new to stack exchange so my apologies if this is not the right way to go about it. – Mark Mar 4 at 18:55
  • @Mark If the answer solved your problem please accept it so that it will help others. – ahmadhanb Mar 5 at 5:31

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