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I have a soil map (vector-polygon layer) and a map of the crops farmed in the same area (raster layer, from the US Cropland Data Layer).

I would like to calculate for a given soil type, the surface farmed per crop. How do I do that?

The Zonal Statistics and ZonalStats plugins didn't solve my problem.

Hope I am clear enough. Thanks

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You can use the Raster to Polygon tool in QGIS's Raster menu. Then you can run an intersection to get a cropland / soil layer.

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May be you can try to write your own custom script .. Following link will be good resource for you http://planet.qgis.org/planet/user/3/tag/quantum%20gis/

  • How would this custom script work? What functions, specifically, do you suggest to use? – Simbamangu Oct 23 '12 at 14:46
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    Thanks! Could you give more details about the script you think I should write? I confess I don't know where to start. – Bap Oct 25 '12 at 19:23

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