[Qgis-user] RE: Qgis-user Digest, Vol 73, Issue 35

Michael Spencer michael_spencer at live.co.uk
Sun Mar 11 17:09:33 EDT 2012


Thanks all for your speedy weekend replies! The points to paths plugin is the easy answer I'm looking for. It's pretty straight forward to convert a line defined by two points to a series of points in GRASS, but converting them back to a multinode line was the stumbling block. Drawing them manually didn't appeal.

Does the points to paths line appear in v1.7.4? I can't currently see it, although Martin Dobias' sandbox is not loading this evening...

Cheers,
M

> Zirneklitis wrote:
> 
> Another option: Spreadsheet + trigonometry + Add Delimited Text Layer 
> plug-in (+ Points to Paths plug-in)
> 
> K.
> 
> Kris Nackaerts wrote:
> > ..
> > I would opt to use PostGIS as backend. ..
> >
> > If you like working with python, Shapely could be an option too, ..
> >..
> >>
> >> From: qgis-user-bounces at lists.osgeo.org
> >> [mailto:qgis-user-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Michael
> >> Spencer
> >> ..
> >> I'm trying to create a .gpx route along a straight line, but with a
> >> node ~100m. i.e. I have a transect and wish to survey every 100m. How
> >> can I split straight polylines with a node every 100m, but keep the
> >> same line?
> >>..
 		 	   		  
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