QGIS symbology set

If you are planning to make (nice looking) maps, you might want to check out QGIS. It amongst others offers a lot of options and flexibility to make your own symbols (see e.g., this blog for a nice example).

But not everybody will want to develop their own sets of symbols, so having a nice set of symbols to choose from would definitely be an asset.

And this is exactly what Mithantrope’ s Thoughts is providing. Check out his blog post QGIS symbology set, which provides a whole set of great looking QGIS symbology. And if you like it, you can download it and start using it (instructions are included).


2 thoughts on “QGIS symbology set

  1. Pingback: QGIS symbology set | CEREGeo - Geomática | Scoop.it

  2. Hello! I just stumbled across your blog and have been enjoying your posts for a while now. I hold your research in high regard, especially since you use open source GIS.

    I’m planning on linking you to my new website, the GIS Confluence. It’s a place people can submit their best work – my plan is for it to be a sort of GIS project ‘Hall of Fame.’ I invite you personally to submit a link to one of your best maps or you can send me an email at hondf@uwec.edu.

    You can find the GIS Confluence at : http://www.gisconfluence.blog.com

    Please take a look. It’s not much … yet. I would love to see someone provide an image of a great map to get this website started! Besides, it’s basically a way for people to show off 🙂

    Thank you for your great work!

    David Hon

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