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In QGIS I created a "grid" with points 100 m apart from each other. Below this layer of points there are multiple layers of polygons. Each polygon has a column with values in its attribute table. Is there a way to transfer the colum of each polygon into an attribute table of a point lying above the polygons?

In other words: Can a point "scan" the polygons that lie below and thus "read" and save the attributes they provide?

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    Answer: Depends on the software you're working with.
    – Erik
    Jun 28, 2022 at 9:50
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    – Ian Turton
    Jun 28, 2022 at 10:47
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    Yes, this can work, but if the centroid isn't within the largest polygon in the area, it won't get the "right" value, and if it's on a boundary you might get the last matched row (or no matches, depending of software and query)
    – Vince
    Jun 28, 2022 at 11:34

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One Join attributes by location for each polygon layer using the output of each as input to the next. Either manually or using a model:

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