How to use spatial web services (WMS, WMTS, WCS and WFS)
Perform spatial analysis
Digitize scanned maps
Find and fix topology errors
How to optimize a raster
Create contour lines and hillshade maps
Basic and advanced use of expression editor
Create your own GIS tools
Basic understanding of GIS concepts
This course will cover everything you need to get you started working with QGIS - and more.
We will also cover advanced concepts that will help you acquire skills many GIS engineers are missing - effectively increasing your chances for professional promotion.
Lectures are short, understandable and straightforward. I provided resource files that you can use to repeat everything that is done in a lecture.
Lectures are task based – we will have a task that we must solve. Since you probably won’t be doing heatmaps everyday, you could forget how to do it. But even if you do, you can just open a lecture with this task and you are good to go in a matter of minutes.
My name is Zoran and I have a master's degree in Geodesy and GIS with over 9 years of professional experience.
Since I had a background in software development I was mainly working on GIS software development, spatial services and databases. So you can say that I have a good insight about the science and software behind GIS.
Looking forward to our fun journey of learning QGIS!
Who this course is for:
Anybody who works with spatial data
5 sections • 43 lectures • 3h 13m total length
Open and View Data
Working with Coordinate Reference Systems
Working with Attributes
Import Data from CSV and Coordinate Transformation
Creating Custom SVG Symbols
Raster Styling and Analysis
Raster and Terrain Data
WMS, WMTS, WCS and WFS Services
Calculating Length, Area and Statistics
Clip (Cut) Rasters
Count Points in Polygon
Select by Location (Spatial Query)
Distance Matrix (Nearest Neighbor Analysis)
Get Raster Value at Point
Interpolating Point Data
Dissolve Features (merge features that have the same attribute value)
Clip Vector Features
Number of Vertices
Split Lines at Intersections
Convert Polygons to Lines and Clip Vector Layer by Using Shapes
Zoran Petrović has master's degree in Geodesy and GIS and years of experience in programming. He is very passionate about open source software and has been working extensively with QGIS, GRASS, GeoServer, Leaflet and OpenLayers.