I originally posted this on xyHt on 16th Feb 2016 I had, when I went into the office today, to do an amazing blog about the QGIS 2.5D functionality and how it was the beginning of QGIS' journey into the 3rd dimension. Only I can't, Anita Graser, the author of "Learning QGIS 2.0" and … Continue reading QGIS 2.5D Functionality
In case you aren't on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Slack, YouTube, Instagram or Geonet (don't laugh I hear there are users) I decided that I needed a new challenge and to get behind a winning team. There are many areas of the geospatial world that interest me, I am a huge fan hydrography and positional accuracy, … Continue reading New Job, New Goals, same Dragons8mycat
“The world we live in is a three dimensional world, so why do we map it and analyse it in just two dimensions?” - Dragons8mycat 2013 In the last 5 years we, the GIS industry, have made some fantastic advances. So why is it that we are so slow with the adoption of using … Continue reading 3D GIS is a thing and let's embrace it
Every now and then we all lack a little inspiration, whether it is a new client looking for that special something or a personal goal to get your work noticed, inspiration seems to fly out of the door as soon as you get to thinking.
Over 300 people have taken the test I set on the internet so far, for those who have taken it, I thought you might like to see some statistics on it.
You probably already know that QGIS has shortcuts, afterall we all use CTRL+C & CTRL+V but did you know that you can simply exit QGIS by using CTRL+Q?....
It's not until you need it that you realise how much you miss it....such is the case with the ESRI ArcGIS dynamic text functionality, on the surface it seemed easy to put a little reference into a text box and then every time I opened a template or new map it would automatically show the user/coordinate system/date/time of print or any of a hundred plus options.