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I am using a rule based styling only to show certain polygon which match with below filter:

"NAME_2"  = 'Probolinggo' OR "NAME_2"  = 'Kota Probolinggo'

The layer has thousands of polygon, so I need to filter only to show certain polygon with above filter rule.

But I want the displayed polygon to have random color on it just like when we do on "categorized style". Is it possible?

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so basically i just want to display random color on yellow line polygon which filtered based on using "rule-based" styling

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the yellow line polygin supposed to consist thousands of polygon, but i filtered out just to show up on certain area. so it will looked like this

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  • Categorized symbols don't have random colours, they have colour based on the category they are in. Please specify what you want to achieve.
    – Erik
    Sep 21, 2022 at 13:20
  • hi @Erik thank you for respond, i edit the question to make it more clearer to understand. Sep 21, 2022 at 14:21
  • Sorry, this doesn't make anything clearer. Can you provide an example of how the map should look like?
    – Erik
    Sep 21, 2022 at 14:25
  • sorry to make you confuse, i edited again the question. Sep 21, 2022 at 14:46

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There are many way to do what you need depending on you environment and limitations.

I think the most straightforward one would be:

Possible solution 1: Use your formula in the filter option (right click on the layer/filter..) instead of in the styling, then you will be able to use the categorized styling the way you are used to.

Other solutions may include:

  • Use the categorized random styling on you layer and remove all the other categories manually
  • extract the features you want to visualize and then apply styling ...
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  • you're definitely answer my question. than you Geotyr Sep 21, 2022 at 14:58
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You can go under categorized symbols, and use something like that:

CASE
WHEN "NAME_2" IN ('Probolinggo', 'Kota Probolinggo') THEN $id
END

And then you just need to uncheck "all other value".

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You can use rule based and then use "refine" in the bottom left corner for each rule (se picture below though it´s in Swedish). Then it´s a simple matter och choosing a unique data field like ID and classify. All random colors assigned to each ID will appear under the main color for the rule and these sub-colors will be rendered instead of the rules main color. The randomized colors are permanent categories and won´t change with changed data (I think) and you can add or subtract colors/sub categories with the plus and minus sign. I have a project where I know I had done this but I could not remember how. So, I spent like 3 hours figuring out again...

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