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QGIS is a cross-platform GIS application licensed under the GNU General Public License.

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SourceForge as a very straightforward CSV (comma-separated value) file, suitable for use in spreadsheets etc, simply click below I tested it with the first dataset from the website (airports) using QGIS
answered Jan 31 '14 by radek
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Also some pointers from Qgis-user list: Positive Comparison of ArcGIS vs QGIS Don Meltz has two blog posts on the topic as well: Is QGIS a viable alternative to ArcGIS? … Including some benchmark results of clipping a 1.3 GB file: ArcGIS 10, SP1 Window 7 64 bit Dell Precision m2400 laptop Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, 3.06GHz 8 GB RAM QGIS 1.4.0 Ubuntu 11.4 …
answered Feb 2 '12 by radek
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Statist plugin is going to be your friend here: IMHO - it beats ESRI approach hands down with both functionality and aesthetics. For looking at groupings of your data I'd also recommend Group S …
answered Dec 4 '12 by radek
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Look at the recent PLOS paper by Hristova et al. (2016) 'The International Postal Network and Other Global Flows as Proxies for National Wellbeing'. They list several, global openly available datasets …
answered Jun 8 '16 by radek
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qgis-common qgis-plugin-globe qgis-plugin-globe-common qgis-plugin-grass-common qgis-providers qgis-providers-common tcl8.5 tk8.5 Suggested packages: grass-dev e00compr avce00 gnuplot gpstrans python-rpy2 … python-qgis-common qgis qgis-common qgis-plugin-globe qgis-plugin-globe-common qgis-plugin-grass qgis-plugin-grass-common qgis-providers qgis-providers-common tcl8.5 tk8.5 0 to upgrade, 39 to newly …
asked May 26 '14 by radek
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I'm running QGIS 2.8.0-Wien on my Ubuntu box and came across odd behaviour of print composer. When adding a legend - I'm unable to change the font size of the title and items. … The project was first created in older version of QGIS and I opened and saved it under 2.8 version (if that matters). …
asked Feb 26 '15 by radek
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You can add QGIS, all the geospatial goodies and even your own data. …
answered Oct 21 '12 by radek
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Are you writing it for the GIS crowd detailing technical issues of QGIS development? Or are you more interested in sharing your developed technique with folks interested in bird/nesting research? …
answered Jan 26 '13 by radek
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I came across interesting example on Till Nagel's project list. Interactive Exploration of Geospatial Network Visualization (link) uses dark background with yellow flows scheme:
answered Nov 13 '14 by radek
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After that, when starting QGIS I receive a message: Couldn't load PyQGIS. Python support will be disabled. … version: 1.7.5-Wroclaw 'Wroclaw', exported Python path: ['/usr/share/qgis/python', '/home/rdk/.qgis/python', '/home/rdk/.qgis/python/plugins', '/usr/share/qgis/python/plugins', '/usr/local/lib/python2.7 …
asked May 5 '13 by radek
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I came across nice QGIS tutorial for mapping flows. In contrast to Alasdair, I have zero talent in colour choice. …
asked Oct 24 '14 by radek
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Although not QGIS solution I'd personally opt for some exploratory analysis using SaTScan. … The output of analysis can be then easily read back to Postgres or QGIS. …
answered Jun 22 '11 by radek
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I'm using graduated style of a point layer to assign a colour ramp to symbols (squares). I assigned manual values to class intervals specifying classes to be: 0.60 - 0.80 0.80 - 1.00 That is, in ente …
asked Feb 2 '15 by radek
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You could try to follow James Cheshire's instructions from the post Mapping the World’s Biggest Airlines to achieve that in R and ggplot2: Some more general mapping tips in R are also described in …
answered Jun 12 '12 by radek
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Learning by doing is my preferred way. And when it comes to spatial statistics, R is getting seriously powerful tool. So if this is an option browse through some course materials, download the data an …
answered May 1 '13 by radek