Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Quantum GIS 2.0 Dufour Released

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Quantum GIS or QGIS 2.0 has been released!  Be sure to check it out on the newly redesigned QGIS website:
New Sleek Looking QGIS Website

The user interface has undergone some improvements aesthetically and functionally.  Several of the plugins appear to be working better--including the heat map add-on--for getting your spatial analysis started. The user can even choose the type of kernel function.  Symbolizing layers also has improved and appears to be easier.

A Heat/Density Map of Healthy Food Stores in Philadelphia
 For a full list of the new features, go here:

If you have not used QGIS before, be sure to check out the user's section:

Lastly a new e-book and book in print has been published by a top QGIS blogger.  Be sure to check it out, even if you have some experience using QGIS before!

Trivia: Previous releases of QGIS have been named after places.  However, this release is named after a famous cartographer:

Open data combined with open source GIS is an extremely powerful and versatile platform!

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