QGIS Plugins

QGIS a popular open-source geographic information system (GIS) software that allows users to visualize, analyze, and manage spatial data. One of the key strengths of QGIS is its extensibility through plugins. Plugins are additional software components that enhance QGIS's functionality and provide specialized tools and features for specific tasks or workflows.

Intermediate 0(0 Ratings) 8 Students enrolled English
Created by Hut to Hut Solutions
Last updated Sun, 11-Jun-2023
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Course overview

Description of QGIS plugins:

 

1. Plugin Repository: QGIS has a built-in Plugin Manager that provides access to a vast repository of plugins. The Plugin Repository hosts a wide range of plugins contributed by the QGIS community. Users can browse and search for plugins directly within QGIS and install them with just a few clicks.

 

2. Enhanced Functionality: Plugins extend QGIS's capabilities by adding new tools, algorithms, data providers, processing options, and visualizations. They enable users to perform specialized tasks, such as geocoding, geoprocessing, network analysis, terrain modeling, data integration with other systems, and more.

 

3. Data Providers: Plugins can integrate additional data providers, allowing users to access various geospatial data formats and services that may not be natively supported by QGIS. These data providers can enable access to online mapping services, satellite imagery, web feature services, and other data sources.

 

4. Customization and Automation: Plugins provide flexibility for customizing and automating workflows in QGIS. They allow users to create their own tools, scripts, and workflows using Python programming language, utilizing the QGIS API and plugin architecture.

 

5. Community-Driven Development: QGIS plugins are developed and maintained by a vibrant and active community of developers, GIS professionals, and enthusiasts. This community continually contributes new plugins, updates existing ones, and provides support and documentation. Users can engage with the community to seek assistance, report issues, and suggest new features.

 

6. Plugin Manager: QGIS's Plugin Manager serves as a centralized hub for managing installed plugins. It enables users to install, update, enable, disable, and remove plugins easily. The Plugin Manager also provides information about plugin versions, dependencies, and descriptions to help users make informed choices.

 

QGIS plugins greatly enhance the functionality and versatility of the software, allowing users to tailor QGIS to their specific needs and workflows. They offer a way to extend the core capabilities of QGIS and provide solutions for a wide range of geospatial tasks, making it a powerful and flexible tool for spatial data analysis and visualization.

What will i learn?

  • extended know-how in being proficient with QGIS project tasks
Requirements
  • You must be familiar with QGIS desktop
Curriculum for this course
21 Lessons 01:25:53 Hours
Introduction to QGIS Plugins
2 Lessons 00:03:37 Hours
  • Introduction to QGIS Plugins
    Preview 00:03:37
  • Introduction to QGIS Plugins
    0:00:00
Installing Plugins
2 Lessons 00:10:12 Hours
  • Installing Plugins
    00:10:12
  • Installing Plugins
    0:00:00
Processing Plugin to Clip Polygon to Raster
2 Lessons 00:03:59 Hours
  • Processing Plugin to Clip Polygon to Raster
    00:03:59
  • Processing Plugin to Clip Polygon to Raster
    0:00:00
Creating WebMaps Using qgis2web Plugin (6)
2 Lessons 00:04:52 Hours
  • Creating WebMaps Using qgis2web Plugin
    00:04:52
  • Creating WebMaps Using qgis2web Plugin
    0:00:00
Creating Composite Raster Image (10)
2 Lessons 00:06:02 Hours
  • Creating Composite Raster Image
    00:06:02
  • Creating Composite Raster Image
    0:00:00
Symbolizing a Classified Image
2 Lessons 00:03:47 Hours
  • Symbolizing a Classified Image
    00:03:47
  • Symbolizing a Classified Image
    0:00:00
Using Profile Tools Plugin to Compare Elevation Profiles
2 Lessons 00:04:52 Hours
  • Using Profile Tools Plugin to Compare Elevation Profiles
    00:04:52
  • Using Profile Tools Plugin to Compare Elevation Profiles
    0:00:00
QGIS Plugins - Bundle
6 Lessons 00:48:32 Hours
  • Using QuickOSM to Download Shapefiles
    00:05:32
  • Using QuickOSM to create OSM maps
    00:04:42
  • Google Earth Engine Plugin in Action
    00:12:01
  • Using qgis2threejs Plugin to create a 3D model of a DEM
    00:05:14
  • Installing the Semi Automatic Classification Plugin and Downloading Imagery.
    00:10:48
  • Classifying a Satellite Image using the Semi Automatic Classification Plugin
    00:10:15
QGIS Plugins - Final Assessment
1 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours
  • QGIS Plugins
    0:00:00

Frequently asked question

Is this course suitable for beginners
This course is for intermediate users and is built on fundamental knowledge of actually using QGIS to perform routine data editing, workflow, or map-making tasks
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