I've recently discovered the graphical modeler in QGIS and I've managed to speed up my workflow significantly when doing ecological and geo/hydrological analyses on a landscape level. Al though I still haven't figured out how to get my output layers to stack as I want them to.
I input a DEM and two kinds of landscape erosion maps (one vector and one raster) and the model cuts them from a nation wide extent down to the extent of the DEM and then styles them. The model also creates a hill-shade layer and contours.
The "problem" arise when the model completes and and all my newly created layers end up scrambled and I have to order them by hand (yes, I'm lazy) - is there a way to get them to come out in the order I want: hill-shade at the bottom with the erosion maps on top and finally the contours?