In processing several spatial data sets (tbl_data_01, tbl_data_02, tbl_data_03, etc) using FME I establish a spatial table called "tbl_metadata" with information about each of the data set. This table holds the metadata (if available) and the layer name for each of the spatial data sets. A spatial object, a rectangular envelope, is also established.
I would like to use tbl_metadata to produce an atlas (a dataset fact sheet) in QGIS 3 for each of the spatial data sets. The atlas should present a map sheet showing each spatialdata set as well as a table with the available metadata. The spatial data sets have already been read in to the project.
I have read several presentations doing something similar. One is to use the coverage layer to highlight the current atlas feature using a conditional (@atlas_featureid = $id) or even selecting certain objects in a separate layer based on a feature name. An option could also be to define presets. But this latter method requires manual adjustments.
Is there a method to use the atlas table (here tbl_metadata) to filter/add the associated spatial data sets to respective maps in the atlas?