QGIS version 2.0.1-Dufour
I am new to QGIS.
I'm working on a pet project and thus far I have been working with Shapefiles (which QGIS handles just fine). Yet, one of the states I'm pulling data from is utilizing directory GDB zipfile and it seems as if QGIS is confused on the data.
Now, I new to GDB and it's workings so this could be just me. Data source : https://www.nevadadot.com/About_NDOT/NDOT_Divisions/Engineering/Location/Documents/NV_ROADS_gdb.aspx
when looking at this data through QGIS, and filtering and selecting a known value as in SURFACE_TYPE, it is not resolving it correctly.
SURFACE_TYPE should have the following values:
1 - UNIMPROVED 2 - IMPROVED 3 - PAVED
I do not know if this is due to QGIS and it's tools or how the data is structured.
I have talked with the data owner and they are a state agency that is low on man power. I'd like to see if we can't help them make this data compatible or find out why QGIS is not reading the data correctly.
if Shapefiles are going to be a thing of the past and GDB is replacing it, I know the open source community has it's work cut out.