I'm very new with QGIS and currently stuck with such problem in my work. Maybe some one knows how to help me?
I have made two separate layers.
Database layer with sites and antennas, containing site center points and azimuths with antennas. So I have created symbols representing such antennas by creating an offset from
ypoints by the size of the symbol in a direction of azimuth data. It looks like this:
I need to analyse traffic between these antennas, which has enormous amount of data, so in order to not overload the system with data I import some data of wanted object (a new layer in QGIS) containing traffic destination with latitudes of source antenna and target antenna coordinates. together with that I import the azimuth info of both points.
So I create the lines using the function:
It looks like that when I enable both layers on the map:
So where is the problem?
If you look at this lines I cannot see from which sectors to which sectors of another object the line goes to because they all are drown from the centres. How can I make some offsets in the direction of known azimuth in the source point and target point?
In another words:
have lines like this:
point1xy+y offset (-10) in direction (azimuth1).....point2xy+y offset (-10) in direction (azimuth2)