Making the Move to #PostGIS - how I started to get back into databases again.
Todd Barr wrote an excellent GIS Day tale but I felt it was a slight bit unkind, so came up with my own version, I hope you enjoy: Twas the Night before GIS Day, And all from afar Not a cartographer was drawing, Not ev'n on mylar Hard drives were hung by the … Continue reading Twas the night before GIS Day
Hey, it's been a while since my last post and I'll take a second to tell you why....I got a new job as CTO of a little company called The Carto Group. I niavely thought that nothing would change and I could do all my normal day to day blogs, tweets and awesome screenshots....how wrong … Continue reading When normals aren’t normal
QGIS 3 is a new wave of open source GIS, not only is it extremely quick and efficient, allowing you to use almost every type of geospatial data you can throw at it but it also includes a 3D renderer and ways to export your creations straight to the web...and let's not forget the HUGE … Continue reading Using OpenStreetMap basemaps with QGIS 3.0
What do you do when you move your file location in QGIS and lose all your links? Maybe try this....
As you may be aware, the United Kingdom has a new transformation model that is OSTN15.....But why? What does it mean to the geospatial community? Without being too nerdy, tectonic plate movement means that the "model" surface (the geoid) is slowly moving from best fit for the coordinate system. It has been 13yrs since Ordnance … Continue reading Add OSTN15 to QGIS 2.16
Originally posted on xyHt Magazine 10th August 2016 Last month I was at the Maptime in Southampton (UK), helping QGIS new users how to join tables and map EU referendum maps when I came across an issue with something on QGIS I hadn't spotted in the last *ahem* years of using it. When you drag … Continue reading QGIS CSV & Delimited text Issues