I've read responses like Displaying overlapping points in QGIS detailing the use of point cluster and point displacement in QGIS, but those methods only seem to work well when dealing with small clusters in an otherwise spaced out map.
This is a map of some of the points I'm working with:
When I try using grid-based point displacement, the clusters overlap:
Does anyone know of a good way to resolve this in QGIS, other than splitting up the dataset and using different methods for the denser areas?
Optimally, I'd like to have the points in clustered areas look like a grid tiled map, like this one, while maintaining the point locations for the less dense areas: