• GIS,  QGIS Tutorials and Tips

    Introduction to QGIS

    QGIS is a full-featured, user-friendly, free-and-open-source (FOSS) geographical information system (GIS) that runs on Unix platforms, Windows, and MacOS. Features 1. Flexible and powerful spatial data management Supports raster, vector, mesh, and point cloud data in a range of industry-standard formats Raster formats include: GeoPackage, GeoTIFF, GRASS, ArcInfo binary and ASCII grids, ERDAS Imagine SDTS, WMS, WCS, PostgreSQL/PostGIS, and other GDAL supported formats. Vector formats include: GeoPackage, ESRI shapefiles, GRASS, SpatiaLite, PostgreSQL/PostGIS, MSSQL, Oracle, WFS, Vector Tiles and other OGR supported formats. Mesh formats include: NetCDF, GRIB, 2DM, and other MDAL supported formats. Point-cloud format: LAS/LAZ and EPT datasets. Access and display local files, spatial databases (PostGIS, SpatiaLite, SQL Server,…