QGIS Model Designer Class – October 10th 2023

Sep 8, 2023 | QGIS, Training

When I hit the halfway mark it’s time to announce – October 10th from 12 to 4 EST.

  • Class: Model Designer
  • Price: $100
  • EventBrite
  • Virtual (Zoom)

Which I think the original post was just a few days back but the class is mostly fleshed out. I’ve been working on it off and on and this gives me right at 30 days to wrap it up and make edits. To keep it simple this go around we will be building two models and constructing and deconstructing them. I’m not sure how that will go because students will need a fairly decent foundation in qgis for this one. So I’m relying on you to at least know QGIS has processing tools and you’re comfortable adding data to the software.

Overall it should be pretty decent. The first example model has a real world application (finding addresses around a polluted creek) and the second one should also. I’ve decided I’ve got a decent enough dataset moving forward it will probably be the basis for all the classes except for one weird one I have brewing in my head.

Anyway – we’ll do some stuff like this:

Sign up. Yell if you’re broke. We’ll have some fun.

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