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German original:

ich beschäfte mich gerade mit QGIS. Ich habe über die Funktion mein Shapefile hinein geladen. Jetzt ist mein Problem: In dem Shapefile sind unterschiedliche Punkte, wie Punkte für einen Pfeil oder nur für eine Linie,... und diese sind alle in dem einen Shape. Ist es irgendwie möglich, dass man den Shape irgendwie auftrennt. Also das es statt einem dann angenommen drei gibt oder so? Ich hoffe, ihr wisst was ich meine. Könnt ihr mir weiter helfen?

Translation:

I am working currently with QGIS. I have loaded the shapefile into my function. Now my problem is: in the shapefile are different with different kinds of points (one for arrow, one for ...) and these are all in one shapefile.

I would like to know how can I create a separate shape file for each kind of point. So there are three instead of one then accepted?

Can you help me please?

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    Hey, welcome on board and a first tip! It would be quite useful when you ask your question in English as well. So, you can get your potential answer from a big audience in this forum! – Stefan Aug 20 '13 at 12:08
  • Do you really want to split your shape file into separate files? Or you want to use different symbols for one layer (classify)? – Jens Aug 20 '13 at 12:18
  • I am working currently with QGIS. I have loaded the shapefile into my function. Now my problem is: in the shapefile are different points, such as points for an arrow or just a line ... and these are all in one shape. Is it somehow possible that the shape you can somehow separate. So there are three instead of one then accepted? Can you help me? I hope you know what I mean and that's true my translation. – sandra Heinisch Aug 20 '13 at 12:21
  • Yes I want to split my shape file into separate files. because because I compare verscheidene Software and later the "image" must be nearly identical in each. Therefore I would have to split the shape. – sandra Heinisch Aug 20 '13 at 12:23
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To split one shape file into separate shape files (based on one attribute field) you can use Vector > Datamanagement Tools > Split Vector Layer

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  • Danke danke danke.....Thank you...It works.... Thank you... – sandra Heinisch Aug 20 '13 at 12:56
  • @sandra Heinisch thanks for the feedback. If the answer works for you: you can "accepted" the answer (click the grey checkmark at the left side of the answer) – Jens Aug 20 '13 at 13:02

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