This post is a follow up on an earlier post where I described how to use a column with RGB values in an (attribute) table to create mapping symbols for QGIS.
The next step is to create the qml legend file. Continue reading “From attribute table to QGIS style file – step 2”
I have a large number of GRASS vector layers with in the attribute table a RGB column defining the colours of the corresponding mapping units. Unfortunately, unlike GRASS, QGIS does not offer the option to to set colours from an RGB column. The feature has been requested before, but it isn’t implemented (yet).
As an alternative, I want to create a R script that takes the RGB values from the attribute tables and uses this to create a QGIS style file (qml file). Continue reading “From attribute table to QGIS style file – step 1”
The option to “Embed layers and groups” is a nice new feature in QGIS (upcoming version 1.8). I hadn’t spotted it, but it was mentioned on the QGIS forum (always a valuable source of information). Continue reading “Embed layers and groups in QGIS”