Next week MSc students are going on fieldwork. desk study with and is important for preparation and planning. Last September I published this free course on fieldwork preparation at the GIS platform: courses.gisopencourseware.org/

Last Thursday we've launched the 2nd edition of the book for Hydrological Applications during a live session with Kurt Menke, Tyler Mitchell, Gary Sherman, Natalia Cárdenas, Celine Safi & Amy Burness. Here's the recording: youtu.be/JoGl4ClwZys
More info about the book: blog.locatepress.com/

My workshop on hydrological analysis with in and is accepted for
2022 in Firenze. 2022.foss4g.org.
This playlist shows some of the things I'll cover in the workshop: youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeu

I've started my own consultancy (self-employed) to deal with my GIS side activities: QWAST-GIS. Check qwast-gis.com for more info.

Join the launch of the 2nd edition of the book for Hydrological Applications on May 19, 18:00 UTC/20:00 CEST live on my YouTube channel. The authors (Kurt Menke & me), the publisher (Locate Press), and beneficiaries of the book fund (Natalia Cárdenas Niño & Celine Safi) will be interviewed by Amy Burness. youtu.be/JoGl4ClwZys

Besides these updates there are many others. So, get the now with $10 discount or order the hard copy that will be available soon! blog.locatepress.com/qgis-for-

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In addition to the book, I've added 60 new videos to my channel to support you while you go through the exercises in the book. youtube.com/c/HansvanderKwast

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In Chapter 4 we've added the steps to visualise flow direction as arrows in 2D and 3D. The plugin by @lutraconsulting is used for this. lutraconsulting.co.uk/projects

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Chapter 7 on now includes the use of (custom) legend patch shapes and dynamic text.

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In Chapter 6 on the calculation of the percentage of land cover per subcatchment, we have added the steps to match the colours of the pie chart with the legend of the layer.

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In Chapter 5 on adding to your catchment, we use the WMTS from the data esa-worldcover.org/en. In the first edition we used data, but that was limited to Europe.

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In Chapter 3 on with , we introduce Raster Attribute Tables (RAT or VAT), which can be used in with the Raster Attribute Table plugin developed by Alessandro Pasotti. github.com/noaa-ocs-hydrograph

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The most important update is in Chapter 4 on stream & catchment delineation. Instead of the workflow now uses the Tools plugin, developed by Nyall Dawson
& me. jvdkwast.github.io/qgis-proces. This video explains why we switched: youtu.be/9fWQZqPjPVk

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On my way to the in 's-Hertogenbosch. It's also ! Join us and other great sessions live on YouTube later today. More info and links to live streams: github.com/qgis/QGIS/wiki/QOD-

Time for more #qgis mapping goodness: this one deals with label call-out lines showcasing what's possible beyond typical ordinary line styles anitagraser.com/2021/07/28/gre

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