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My table looks like this:

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I’ve already done a Choropleth map with the first attribute of my table.

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I would like to do the same Choropleth map with the rest of my attributes. I can’t replicate it manually because I have lots of attributes in my table.

Is there any possible way I could make a dynamic map where I select the category and the map gets coloured by that category? Qgis2web, Atlas?

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    You picture is a Choropleth map not a heat map en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Choropleth_map vs Heatmap qgistutorials.com/en/docs/3/creating_heatmaps.html – Mapperz Nov 7 '19 at 15:00
  • maybe you can edit your question and not use the phrase "heatmap", then it is easier to answer – Jakob Miksch Nov 7 '19 at 15:08
  • You are right, i'm going to change it – Sofia R Nov 7 '19 at 16:01
  • Welcome @SofiaR ! How do you want to select the category in the map? Splitting fields into related tables is an option? – Gabriel De Luca Nov 7 '19 at 21:34
  • Thank you @GabrielDeLuca! Yes, it's a possible option. My table has 43 categories. I Just need the easiest way to make a choropleth map with all the categories. I wouldn't like to duplicate and style the layer for all of 43 categories. I am searching for a most convinient way to do it in order to export it in Qgis2web or Atlas or another. – Sofia R Nov 12 '19 at 19:55
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You can create multiple styles per layer, and switch between them. In the Layer Styling panel, click on the Style Manager icon, and then use the + button to add each style.

The Style Manager in the Layer Styling panel

Each different style that you add can use a categorized (or graduated) renderer, each one categorizing on a different one of your fields. You can then switch between them by selecting the appropriate style in the Style Manager.

  • That is very useful, i didn’t know it was possible. Do you know if I can export that map with multiple styles using Qgis2web? I want users to be able to switch between the different categories. I’ve tried but i just couldn’t do it. My intuition is that i would have to replicate the layer multiple times and add a different style to each one. – Sofia R Nov 12 '19 at 19:24
  • I'm afraid that's not supported in qgis2web. A way to achieve it would be to duplicate your whole layer for each catogorization, and apply each of the different categorized styles to those layers. That should export to qgis2web. – Tom Chadwin Nov 13 '19 at 9:28

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