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Got questions?

For any questions or clarifications about the topic of a tutorial, please leave a comment on that tutorial. I will try and answer that as quickly as I can.

For general questions on QGIS that don't relate to any of the tutorials, you can post them at http://gis.stackexachange.com and tag them with 'qgis'. That's is the official forum for QGIS users. I am user spatialthoughts in the forum.

For any other comments, or if you want to reach out to me, feel free to ask add me on Google+, twitter or email me at ujaval [at] spatialthoughts [dot] com


QGIS and Open-source GIS Blogs and Tutorials

Nathans QGIS and GIS blog
Free and Open Source GIS Ramblings
'sproke
Spatial Galaxy
Linfiniti Geo Blog
QGIS-SEXTANTE Cookbook
DARREN COPE
Carson Farmer's Blog
QGIS Malaysia
QGIS Exercises - AWF Wiki


Free/Public Domain/CC-licensed GIS Data ( All the data sources used in my tutorials)

Natural Earth
Hipkiss’s Scanned Old Maps
NASA/GSFC, Rapid Response
Atlas of the Biosphere - Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE)
World Bank Development Indicators (tablular data)
Global Multi-resolution Terrain Elevation Data GMTED2010
Ordanance Survey OpenData
Police.uk Crime Data
Gridded Population of the World (GPWv3)

Software

5 comments :

  1. http://qgis.org/en/documentation/manuals.html

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  2. Hi Ujaval,

    I would like to thank you for your dedication in explaining how to use such a powerful tool.

    I do have a question for you and apologize for writing it here on this forum, but couldn't find a link where you accept questions from people.

    Is there anyway to add a small minimap of a country to a composer projection in qGis, which allows users to reference exactly where the composition is in relation to the rest of the country?

    Cheers,

    Enrico

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    1. Hi Enrico,

      Thank you for your kind words. I have updated this page with details on how to ask questions about the tutorials.

      For your question, you can just click 'Add new map' in QGIS composer and draw a smaller window. Then adjust the zoom level on that window by changing the 'scale' in Item Properties. So in the end you will have 2 maps with the same content in QGIS, but at different scales, allowing users to get the reference easily.

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  3. Hi I am working on QGIs for the first time but I have a good experience of Arcgis. I want to overlay a twf file and NTF file on QGIS. the twf file have no contour line but the NTF file has the contour. I can't overlay both. I am thinking to get the tif format of twf file. is that right?
    Can you give me your comments or advise to overlay this two files.
    Thank you.

    Fasi

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    1. I haven't worked worked with these formats specifically. So can't really say. You can ask the quesiton on http://gis.stackexchange.com and you will get some good advice.

      There's a plugin for using NTF files in QGIS. That maybe of help. http://www.lutraconsulting.co.uk/resources/ostranslator

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