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  1. I want to download SDA4PP plug-in in QGIS. Unfortunately I cannot see the button to download 3rd party plugins, as indicated in the install instructions at that link. I am using this program on a company network. I have put in some proxy settings which mean that I can access the global/official repository. Before I did this I could not even access this. When I go to the plugins tab though there are only a few listed and when I put something in the search box nothing comes up, i.e. it only searches currently downloaded plugins (those that came with the install).

Anything I'm missing?

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The plugin is now in the Official Repository, but you have to look for Spatial Data Analysis under name or SDA4PP under description. And make sure experimental plugins are activated in the options tab.

Volkan Kepoglu’s Repository (as mentioned in the blogpost) has gone...

You can alternatively download the plugin manually from http://pyqgis.org/repo/contributed

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  • any idea I cannot search for new plugins though? is it likely to be a proxy issue at work? has anyone else reported this type of problem?
    – ndthl
    Jul 25, 2013 at 11:26
  • also, are there any other plugins that do Kriging, this one looks to be quite complex
    – ndthl
    Jul 25, 2013 at 11:26
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    Yes, might be a proxy issue.
    – AndreJ
    Jul 25, 2013 at 12:32

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