I need to calculate/extract the number of jobs related to a determined/calculated surface (1 ha grid composed from 100 square meters per 100 square meters). I have 2 polygon layers (polygon 1 - values for number of jobs and polygon 2 - a grid with surface of 1 hectare=100*100 square meters). I need to extract and consequently distribute the values (number of jobs) depending on the amount/quantity of overlapping with the 1 ha grid.
The result could be a point data with:
- Only a equal distribution/extraction but 'clipped' for 100*100 square meter with the corresponding values after the cut/clip
- A detailed distribution related to the total surface with the overlapping of the polygon. In some cases it could by 100%, 90%, 80%, 20% etc. ....and so on depending on the area of overlapping. I've tried with centroids but it only transforms the whole polygon (maintaining the values) into a (single) point and I don't need that. I want multiple points with multiple/different values.
Any of the above scenarios are fine for my analysis.
I'm attaching an image here with the data:
Any further suggestions in QGIS environment?