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I have a .gdb folder that I imported to QGIS.

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Keep in mind I am fairly new to GIS Data in general.

This file (.gdb) contains five maps, one is a shapefile and the others I am not sure.

These four remaining maps do not display a gradient as they should, instead they show a big flat colored square. The four maps with an unknown (to me) format have each four tables with more or less data. I think I need to use these tables but I don't know how.

If you know anything about it, or if there are resources regarding this please let me know.

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    A file geodatabase can never contain a shapefile. They are two different incompatible data formats.
    – Vince
    Nov 25 at 17:22
  • I agree with Vince! However, I suppose someone could mistakenly copy a shapefile's constituent files into a .gdb folder. Not recommend, though!
    – Stu Smith
    Nov 25 at 18:38
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    @Vince it's a common error to call any vector layer a "shapefile" regardless of actual data format. That being said this question really need some explaining about what they got and in witch format ( map in a gdb ? With 4 table ? Please explain)
    – J.R
    Nov 25 at 21:11
  • Sorry if unclear, as I said I'm new to this. Nov 26 at 8:57
  • How have you imported the GDB? Drag n Drop, or via database connection?
    – Ash
    Nov 27 at 14:59