A couple of years ago I wrote a blog post about my way of creating overview maps of the availability of the most recent Google Streetview images per municipality. I still do these checks these days for Antwerp, Kontich and Edegem, so that way I always have up-to-date information about the availability of these images. Recently I got the asked (in Dutch) to share my scripts I use for this task. I wanted to do so, but these PHP scripts I use, were a bit messy, because I was the only one using them. That’s why I updated them a little, so they can be used by more people.Continue reading “A map with the most recent Streetview capture dates per street: the PHP and SQL scripts I use”
I have added two new styles to my QGIS Geometry Generator examples:
- Graph charts with labels: This style creates a bar chart with two bars for each point and adds a label with the value for each bar above the bar, similar like graph charts in spreadsheets.
- Chaos lines: If you prefer your maps chaotic, this is your style. The example creates a curly line between the center of your screen and each point.
The examples (including data, project files and QML files) can be found on https://gitlab.com/GIS-projects/qgis-geometry-generator-examples/.Continue reading “Two styles added to my Geometry Generator examples”