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If you have all the data, it seems you just need to load the data into QGIS. Then, you can change the map style and eventually print/save the map however you like. You can use the QGIS print composer for this. In addition, QGIS has various plugins that supports web mapping services (WMS). One is the Quick Map Services plugin. With one of these, you can use ...


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A basic workflow looks like this: Download polygons for buildings using OpenStreetMap data with QuickOSM plugin. Create centroid for the buildings. On the centroid-layer, create an id-field for each of the points with the id of the original polygons they are located in. Use this expression: array_first (overlay_within('poly', $id)) (replace poly with the ...


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