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A tabular set of data linked one-to-one to a set of spatial features.

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Use the Merge Attributes button to copy attributes between features Create the first feature, and fill in all the attributes. Create additional features, leaving the attributes blank. Select all fea …
answered Apr 12 '18 by csk
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Here's an alternative method using rule-based styling. Set up a graduated style with 9 classes with your desired color ramp. Choose the color ramp carefully, because if you want won't be able to cha …
answered Jul 12 '19 by csk
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Another method is to add a new column, "Year Constructed," using a conditional expression like this: Case when "P1939" = max("P1939", "P1940", "P1950", "P1960", "P1970", "P1980", "P1990", "P2000", …
answered Jul 12 '19 by csk
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As Michael pointed out, you can increase the font size for the entire project. This will increase the font size in the attribute table, as well as in the panels and menus, etc. Go to Settings Menu > …
answered Nov 1 '18 by csk
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As far as I know, QGIS doesn't keep track of the order in which you select features. So the workflow you want to use isn't an option. Here's a slightly different method. Turn on snapping to vertices …
answered Jan 31 '19 by csk
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Use the Merge selected features tool on the Advanced Digitizing Toolbar. Select both features, and click the Merge selected features button. For each field, select which feature's attribute to use …
answered Nov 27 '18 by csk
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Use the Field Calculator algorithm. There doesn't appear to be any documentation for this algorithm, except for this. But it looks like it works like the regular Field Calculator. Choose a layer fr …
answered Dec 7 '18 by csk
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Use a data-defined expression to select the attribute table columns. Click on your attribute table > Item Properties > Attributes... > Add a column > click on the epsilon button (see image below) …
answered Jul 12 '17 by csk
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This is a known bug in QGIS 3.2. https://issues.qgis.org/issues/19299 For answering the class question, I recommend you find out what version of QGIS your teacher expects you to use, then test in tha …
answered Jul 11 '18 by csk
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Since you have a list of the names of the districts you want to select, you can do this with an expression: "DistrictName" in ('name1', 'name2', 'name3', ...) Substitute the name of your district n …
answered Sep 25 '19 by csk
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The "default value" setting ("Vorgabewert" in your QGIS language setting) cannot use current field values in its calculation. That would be a great feature* if it did, but it doesn't. It can only use …
answered Dec 12 '19 by csk
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This isn't a bug. The bottom point is highlighted when you select it, but the top point covers it up completely. In order to see highlighting on a point that is covered by another point, you'll need …
answered Mar 5 '18 by csk
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Refactor fields is no longer a plugin. Now it's a core feature. Access it through the Processing Toolbox (Processing menu > Toolbox).
answered Jun 25 '19 by csk
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Use this expression to update COLUMN A for all features: IF( "COLUMN A" IS NOT NULL, "COLUMN A" , "COLUMN B" ) Result:
answered May 9 '18 by csk
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Make sure the point layer has a unique attribute in common with the atlas layer, where the points for a given atlas feature have the same value as that feature. Set up a filter using this attribute, …
answered Nov 14 '18 by csk

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