[Qgis-user] delimited text

Matt Rosales m.rosales.geo at gmail.com
Wed Mar 4 14:47:43 EST 2009


Yeah, we were talking about the symbols in another thread- the USGS came up
with a guidelines for geological map standardation, and I'm making public
domain SVGs for all of them, since qGIS doesn't yet include geology symbols.
Once I finish the set I will get them to whomever needs them so they get
included in the future. The idea is that the plugin would not just read X
and Y, but also strike and dip, and feature, and be able to select the
correct symbol and rotate it appropriately.

For a far far future I want to develop a "Geology" toolbox that would
include stereonets and other analysis tools... but that might take a year or
two to get in a workable state, considering the heavy math needed for those,
but the source code for this plugin will be a good start. Thanks for the
tip!

Until then!
-Matt

On Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 5:46 PM, John C. Tull <john.tull at wildnevada.org>wrote:

> On Mar 4, 2009, at 3:41 AM, Matt Rosales wrote:
>
>  Speaking of which, does anyone know where the Delimited Text source is?
>> I'd like to make a geology-specific fork to add symbols and rotations
>> automatically.
>>
>
> If you download the source from svn (instructions on the qgis wiki), you
> will find the Delimited Text source at:
> ./src/plugins/delimited_text
>
> I would encourage you to submit your additions for inclusion into qgis as
> this has utility well beyond geologists, especially if you can get it to
> access the available symbology already in qgis. If you need specific symbols
> not already there, you can add those to the source tree as well.
>
> Good luck,
> John
>



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