NZ Techonverse: Using Qgis Python Scripting in the NZ Rail Maps Project: 3 – Volumes Formatting

First published on NZ Techonverse The third area of Qgis scripting for the NZ Rail Maps project is specifically focused on formatting the Volumes layout images and is used to generate a subtitle displayed in the title bar of each Volumes image. This subtitle informs the user of the year of each aerial image view… Continue reading NZ Techonverse: Using Qgis Python Scripting in the NZ Rail Maps Project: 3 – Volumes Formatting

NZ Techonverse: Using Qgis Python Scripting in the NZ Rail Maps Project: 2 – Volumes Creation

First published on NZ Techonverse The second and third aspects of Qgis scripting used in the NZ Rail Maps Project are connected with Volume maps creation. In the Volumes website, static map images are used. Each static image is manually composed, by positioning the map in the composer layout window, and combining the selection of… Continue reading NZ Techonverse: Using Qgis Python Scripting in the NZ Rail Maps Project: 2 – Volumes Creation

NZ Techonverse: Using Qgis Python Scripting in the NZ Rail Maps Project: 1 – WebMaps

First published on NZ Techonverse Good evening. As part of the development of the NZ Rail Maps Project, recently custom Python scripting has been incorporated into the main window GUI and Composer / Layout to speed up processing of various aspects. This is summarised in different sections below. In order to create the content of… Continue reading NZ Techonverse: Using Qgis Python Scripting in the NZ Rail Maps Project: 1 – WebMaps