to know which tools allow to customize QGIS's interface
To customize the QGIS interface, go to the Settings menu > Customize Interface. Also have a look at the options available in the Settings menu > Options.
The customization options should be mostly self-explanatory. See the interface customization section of the QGIS Manual for more details.
You have at last two possibility
First is to use Hillshade (that mimic the shadows due to elevation
and help to visualise the relief), this is done either by using the
Hillshade renderer (raster properties>layer styling choose hillshade) or
by using the Hillshade tool from the processing toolbox (you may have
to reproject or to use the Z factor if your SRTM ...
This is really more of a IT/ PyQt question, so I will provide an answer in the context of QGIS plugin development, to try to keep on topic.
The reason your mousePressEvent does nothing is that you have defined it inside your main plugin class. The mousePressEvent method is designed to be re-implemented inside a sub class which inherits from one of the ...
The geometry column must not be defined in the table definition. In the table definition you just define all other columns besides the 1 or n geometry columns.
To define these you need the PostGIS AddGeometryColumn function, refer to https://postgis.net/docs/AddGeometryColumn.html
In your case:
CREATE TABLE cad.polygon(
id_polygon serial NOT NULL,
By creating a new field "Fromto" (or any name) in your route table and in your resulting layer. This new field will contain both 'From' and 'To' (example: From: "Paris", to:"Moscow" --> Fromto: 'ParisMoscow').
You will then be able to add a Vector Join in your resulting layer and connect it to
route table on their attributes "Fromto". the resulting layer ...
This is my settings.
The location R is installed.
R scripts folder is accessed from Menu > Settings > User Profiles > Open Active Profile Folder.
User library folder is where I have R packages.
Then, RSX script for Ripley's K:
##Kazuhito Vector Analysis=group
Your screenshot shows the dialog of a processing script. You can create your own scripts by subclassing the QgsProcessingAlgorithm class and re-implementing its methods. The explanation box in your screenshot is achieved simply by re-implementing the shortHelpString() method and returning the text you wish to appear in the explanation box as a string.
Welcome to the site. If you don't already have one, you will first want to create a vector layer that matches the extent of your largest map layer.
You can right click the new layer in the table of contents then and go to "Save as" then save as Autocad .dxf file.
Depending on the type of CRS you are using (i.e. projected or geographic) you may need to ...
The Statist plugin is not published in the official QGIS plugin repository. It's published on Alexander Bruy's QGIS Plugins website. Presumably you'll need to download it from this site and install it manually.
FYI, the minimum QGIS version for this plugin is QGIS 3.0.0. So you'll also need to upgrade your QGIS version.
Finally this is the procedure that works:
Install QGIS and gdal-filegdb as described here Installing QGIS with FileGDB?
Make sure the directory name ending is .gdb (renaming the directory solved the issue in my case)
Open the directory as described here Installing File Geodatabase (*.gdb) support in QGIS?
(in my case it works both selecting type ESRI ...
I have realised that naming the file plugin.zip or plugin-x.y.z.zip is failing while plugin.x.y.z.zip actually works.
If this is of any help, here is a Python package which helps at deploying QGIS plugins, either on the official or as custom repository on Github: https://github.com/opengisch/qgis-plugin-ci