I have a polygon containing information about a planned usage (construcion-roads or construction sites) which were intersected with the parcel- and owner-information. So the attribute-table contains parcelinformation, ownerinformation and usageinformation. if a parcel is owned by 2 owners it has two overlapping identical polygones, and if it has also a planned construction road, aswell as a construtcion site, that means, 4 identical polygons exist for each owner with each type of usage.
I've set up an Atlas to automate the export by choosing the page name "parcelnumber", sorting by "owner" and set the style of the layer rule based to
"usage" = 'construction-site' AND @atlas_featureid = $id and because there is a second usage to
"usage" = 'construction-road' AND @atlas_featureid = $id and ELSE to transparent 15%. This is what it looks like:
my question is: if possible, how can I set up the Atlas in a way, to display both/all usagetypes per owner which are within one parcel at the same time in the same printsheet? at the moment the Atlas-function is creating one plot for each polygon.