I released version 1.4 of my QGIS plugin ZoomToBelgium. In this latest version you now can also zoom to the administrative limits of the country, the regions and communities of Belgium.
I created a new style to use on a point layer in QGIS. This style is holiday themed, but it’s actually all about adding randomized styling to your layer. The stars are located on the points of your layer, but they change color anytime you interact with the map (zoom, move, select,…). At the same time christmas trees are added to the map at random locations inside the bounding box of your points layer. Everytime you interact with the map the trees change location. For each point in your layer, 3 trees are shown on the map.
Continue reading “A new “Holiday Random” style for QGIS”
I added 3 more styles to my QGIS Geometry Generator examples repository on GitLab.
I released version 1.3 of my QGIS plugin ZoomToBelgium. This latest version now contains the new municipalities that will be created on 1-1-2019 because of multiple fusions of existing municipalities. The old municipalities aren’t removed yet in this version.
I use Geometry Generator a lot in QGIS. I promised in a tweet to make some of my use cases available online, therefore I made a repository with my examples on GitLab. A great introduction to QGIS Geometry Generator by Klas Karlsson can be found on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YxjJ-9zIJ0.
In the repository on GitLab you can find some Example Results, the QML-files and Sample Data to try the examples yourself. Continue reading “QGIS Geometry Generator examples repository”
I released version 1.2 of ZoomToBelgium for QGIS today. This QGIS plugin creates a button to zoom to any of the Belgian Provinces, Municipalities or Districts. In this new release provinces were added.
This project can be found on GitLab: https://gitlab.com/GIS-projects/ZoomToBelgium.
You can install this new version of ZoomToBelgium from within QGIS, because this plugin is available in the official QGIS plugin repository.