We (the QGIS PSC) had a nice message from a QGIS user today: I’m a GIS user located in the U.S. and I recently received an email offering several FREE GIS softwares for the low price of $785. I’m not sure how I got on the email list, but it really made me angry that someone… Read more »
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Wow it’s been a long time since I posted anything here….but I’m back with another (hopefully) useful howto. Over the last six months or so I have made a rather dramatic shift away from using VIM as my primary development environment for everything to using IDE’s for my python development work. I spent the first… Read more »
Otto Dassau and I recently wrote and article for GeoInformatics about the work we have done in in Tanzania and the QGIS project in general. The article is now online here.
This video shows how to use the raster calculator that was created for this project to produce a difference map
This video shows how to run a mode complex (procedurally) ecological niche model using the openModeller Desktop plugin that we
This video shows how to run a simple ecological niche model using the openModeller Desktop plugin that we have integrated
This video shows the procedure for installing our special version of QGIS which includes the various tools we created for
We had another case study submitted to the QGIS website this week – take a read for yet another interesting application of our favourite FOSS GIS software!
I just sent out the official release announcement for QGIS 1.4 ‘Enceladus’….lets hope everyone loves it! The QGIS team has done a brilliant job for this one and I can’t wait for 1.5 because things are only going to get better! Read the QGIS Blog for details. I put the standalone windows installer on my… Read more »
So I’ve just arrived back in Zurich en route to Johannesburg after a thrilling and tiring week hackfesting in Vienna. I’m going to try to summarise some of the major activities and outcomes from the hackfest and will ask others to fill in what I forget in the comments.