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 webbrowser 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”
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”
I released version 1.1 of ZoomToBelgium for QGIS today. This QGIS plugin creates a button to zoom to any of the Belgian Municipalities or Districts. In this new release districts were added.
Recently this project migrated from Github to GitLab. From now on it can be found on https://gitlab.com/GIS-projects/ZoomToBelgium.
You can download this new version of ZoomToBelgium from within QGIS, because this plugin is available in the official QGIS plugin repository.
Based on the ETOPO1 Arc-Minute Global Relief Model and the Natural Earth Vector data, I made a relief map of Europe using QGIS. You can download the high resolution version from this blog.
Continue reading “A relief map of Europe made with QGIS”
A while ago I made a QGIS plugin that ads a button to zoom in to your own municipality. Since this week version 1.0 is available. The first time you click the button, you have to select one of the Belgian municipalities to zoom in. The next time you click that button, you will immediately zoom in to that selected municipality. If you then want to change municipality you can select another one via the menu Plugins – ZoomToBelgium .