QGIS 3.0 for GIS Professionals

QGIS 3.0 for GIS Professionals


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Duración : 6 Semanas

If you are a GIS professional who has been interested in exploring the options for open source GIS, there has never been a better time to start learning. The release of a major new version of QGIS means that what you learn today will likely be valid for many years. There have also been many improvements that make it a reasonable choice for your core GIS application.

In this course you will learn:

– What open source really means.

– How QGIS compares with commercial offerings.

– How to navigate the QGIS interface.

– What data source options are available and the advantages and disadvantages of each.

– How to style your data.

– How to use selections and filtering to control which features you view and modify.

– How to work with attributes.

– How to make beautiful printed maps.

– How to create a map atlas.

– How to analyze vector and raster data.

– How to build spatial models for repeated tasks.

– How to get started with python scripting.

– How to work with 3D data.

– Much more!

QGIS is not perfect but I believe that what it does, it does very well. Especially with multi-user editing of enterprise data. I am not anti-commercial GIS, however I do believe that all GIS professionals should have a good understanding of all their options so that they may choose the best tool for the job.

The course is presented through video tutorials and multimedia content within the Moodle virtual platform, with exercises like tests and practical cases.

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There are many QGIS courses available for beginners. This course targets those who are familiar with commercial GIS software such as ArcGIS and attempts to introduce them to the advantages and disadvantages of QGIS. The goal is to hep them understand all the GIS tools available to them so that they can choose the best tool for a given job.

Temario completo de este curso

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1: Introduction

Lecture 2: A note about open source software

Lecture 3: What is QGIS exactly?

Lecture 4: Installing QGIS

Section 2: Exploring the QGIS interface

Lecture 5: Exploring the interface

Lecture 6: Toolbars and Panels

Lecture 7: QGIS Plugins

Lecture 8: Coordinate Reference Systems

Lecture 9: Measuring and Identifying

Lecture 10: Panning, zooming, and bookmarks

Lecture 11: What happens when you save a project?

Section 3: Loading data into QGIS

Lecture 12: Loading Shapefiles into QGIS

Lecture 13: Loading GeoJSON, GPX, KML, and more

Lecture 14: Loading ESRI File Geodatabases

Lecture 15: Loading data from SpatiaLite

Lecture 16: Loading data from a GeoPackage

Lecture 17: Loading data from PostGIS

Lecture 18: Background maps from the OpenLayers plugin

Lecture 19: Background maps as XYZ tiles

Lecture 20: Loading raster data

Lecture 21: Georeferencing a raster

Section 4: Working with attributes

Lecture 22: Introduction to the attribute table

Lecture 23: Using the field calculator for simple calculations

Lecture 24: Using the field calculator for geometry calculations

Lecture 25: Using the field calculator for more advanced calculations

Lecture 26: Selecting features from the map

Lecture 27: Selecting features by attributes

Lecture 28: Selecting feature by spatial relationships

Lecture 29: Using feature filters (Query Definitions)

Section 5: Symbolizing GIS data

Lecture 30: Symbolizing simple point features

Lecture 31: Symbolizing simple line and polygon features

Lecture 32: Symbolizing by category

Lecture 33: Symbolizing by quantity

Lecture 34: Rule – based symbology

Lecture 35: Working with Labels

Lecture 36: Symbolizing Rasters

Section 6: Creating maps for printing with the map composer

Lecture 37: Introduction to creating maps for printing

Lecture 38: Adding scale bars and north arrows

Lecture 39: Adding Legends

Lecture 40: Adding Locator Maps

Lecture 41: Creating mapbooks

Lecture 42: Creating a mapbook grid

Section 7: Creating and editing vector data

Lecture 43: The QGIS Vector Geometry Model

Lecture 44: Creating new layers as shapefiles, or in a database

Lecture 45: Creating and editing point data

Lecture 46: Creating and editing line data

Lecture 47: Creating and editing polygon data

Lecture 48: Working with contiguous polygons

Lecture 49: Working with topology

Section 8: Vector Analysis

Lecture 50: Fixed and variable distance buffers

Lecture 51: Clipping and Intersection

Lecture 52: Summary statistics

Lecture 53: Dissolving features

Lecture 54: Geometric difference tool

Section 9: Raster Analysis

Lecture 55: Digital Elevation Models and Terrain Analysis

Lecture 56: Raster Calculator and Contour lines

Lecture 57: Rasterizing a vector layer and creating a proximity grid

Lecture 58: Reclassifying a grid

Lecture 59: Raster modelling

Section 10: The geoprocessing framework and automation

Lecture 60: The geoprocessing framework

Lecture 61: The graphical modeler – inputs

Lecture 62: The graphical modeler – algorithms

Lecture 63: The python console

Lecture 64: The python editor

Section 11: Publishing your data to the web

Lecture 65: The QGIS2Web plugin

Section 12: 3D View

Lecture 66: Intro to the 3D view

Section 13: Bonus Lectures

Lecture 67: What is GeoJSON and why should you care

Lecture 68: Saving data as GeoJSON in QGIS

Lecture 69: Visualize your data graphically with the Data Plotly plugin

Lecture 70: Working with NULL data values in QGIS

Lecture 71: Working with Virtual Layers

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