I usually try to not write about the “pre” release (technically it’s master) of QGIS. Of course I went and said “HEY I want to talk about QGIS at a conference” and a large part of what I wanted to talk about was the new release. Which also included Point Clouds……and 3.18 is coming tomorrow. […]
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You would think after doing this for as long as I have I would “have an answer” for about everything. Last week found me going “well select by location and check…well…check….what do you want? Well pick intersects… no…within…no… cross…well……&*^%” So I started a small journey of self discovery on “what does every check box do”. […]
March 23rd 2021 – 12pm to 4pm EST March 24th 2021 – 12pm to 4pm EST Cost: $150 Tickets: EventBrite Participants: 10 So it’s been a year since I’ve taught this class. What a year. Surprise – Covid is still causing issues. So I’ve decided to go virtual with the class. I’m doing two four […]
One of the weirder problems we had on moving the ESRI setup was editing the data. It wasn’t the normal “hey lets add an address” but it was tackling the idea of “We need to edit the data in the field”. As it was explained “the way we did things” was to drag the data […]