I have a large amount of point data that has so far been managed in an Excel list. In the future, these should be shown in QGIS.

To convince colleagues of this, I am looking for a way to make filtering this data as easy as it is in Excel. Using the clickable query creation, you do not necessarily have to write SQL queries yourself, but it is still not as easy as the drop-down menus in Excel (see picture).


Is there another way, or a helpful plugin, that can make filtering a little easier?

  • You could create separate layers for each commodity group? – Erik Jun 17 '20 at 8:27
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    Or rule based styling or classification – Mr_Yum Jun 17 '20 at 8:29
  • I've already thought of that, but the possible queries are too individual for that. – blackyellow Jun 17 '20 at 8:43

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