QGIS Class on May 21 at FOSS4GNA

May 7, 2013 | FOSS4G, Open Source GIS, QGIS

So the class makes an appearance the day before Foss4GNA – May 21 2013:

This one day class is an introduction to Quantum GIS. Quantum GIS is a user friendly Open Source GIS Package that runs under Linux, Unix, Mac OSX and Windows. It supports multiple raster and vector formats. The software has a wide community base and is adding new functionality with every release. See how this software can compliment an existing GIS installation and save your organization time and money over the life of your GIS program.

QGIS Topics Covered:

  • Installation of QGIS and an Overview of GIS
  • Interface
  • Adding Vector Data
  • Adding Raster Data
  • Plugins
  • Data Attribution
  • Creating Data and editing
  • Map Layouts

There are still seats available – get registered and show up. It will be fun if nothing else.

http://www.mngislis.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=653.  Online registration closed on May 3rd, but there will be registration the day of the workshops.

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