I recently moved the demo repository of phpQGISrepository (https://plugins.stuyts.xyz/) to a new webhost and since then it didn’t work anymore in QGIS 2.18. In QGIS 3.x and in all webbrowsers it still worked just fine, but in QGIS 2.18 it gave a 400 error (Bad Request).Continue reading “A simple fix if phpQGISrepository doesn’t work in QGIS 2.18”
If QGIS takes long to start, it is probably because some of the plugins you installed take a long time to load at startup. Plugin Load Times shows the latest load time of each QGIS plugin (QGIS startup, plugin installation,…). It does not give you information about the speed of plugins when they are used. With the information provided by this plugin you can easily decide which plugins to disable, to make QGIS start faster.
A couple of weeks ago I released version 3.0 of Plugin Load Times. Since QGIS 3.4 is the new LTR version, this version of the plugin will only be available for QGIS 3.x.Continue reading “Plugin Load Times v3.0 for QGIS released”
Here you can find a series of building footprint maps of 10 different Flemish cities. Can you guess which map is which Flemish city? The solutions are on page 2 of this quiz.Continue reading “Quiz: Recognize 10 Flemish cities based on their building footprint map”
I created a QGIS style that will draw a curved line between a point and the closest other point in that same layer. This way you can visualize nearest neighbours and also see clusters of points.Continue reading “Visualize nearest neighbours with Geometry Generator in QGIS”
After I posted a link to a previous article about making Building Footprint Posters in QGIS on LinkedIn , I got a question about how to make these kind of Building Footprint Posters based on building heights. In Flanders we’re lucky enough to not have to create this kind of data ourselfs based on DTM and DSM map layers. The Agentschap Informatie Vlaanderen distributes the 3D GRB (a 3D base map of Flanders), that has that information per building.Continue reading “Building Footprint Posters based on a 3D map”