Model Designer Class June 25th 2024

May 17, 2024 | QGIS, Training

The Model Designer Class makes a re-appearance after a tuneup. What is it?

This 4 hour class will cover building Processing Models using the Model Designer. Students will build custom tools to make repeatable tasks easier. Students will build models during class and will modify those models to make them more functional.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
  • Processing Tools
  • Model Designer
  • Building a Model
  • Command Line

Students will need to use the Current Long Term Release of QGIS. Students will also need a basic understanding of QGIS.

This 4 hour class will cover building Processing Models using the Model Designer. Students will build custom tools to make repeatable tasks easier. Students will build models during class and will modify those models to make them more functional.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
  • Processing Tools
  • Model Designer
  • Building a Model
  • Command Line

Students will need to use the Current Long Term Release of QGIS. Students will also need a basic understanding of QGIS.

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