[Qgis-us-user] Heat Maps
karsten at terragis.net
Fri May 21 11:44:15 PDT 2021
you could convert the raster data to point vector layers (not sure how big
your data is and why you don't have have camera location as vector ...).
and could work the point layer directly...
But to your question: a simple csv file to load into QGIS could look like
To load use the import csv button. see e.g. here
Note that the process would then create one point for each cat sighting at
each camera (so that would duplicate points if there was more then one
sighting at a location/ camera).
A way to avoid that would be to load a csv file of all camera location e.g.
camera locations table
and a cat sightings table
and then join a second csv (or excel spread sheet) to the camera_id field
see tutorial here
or simpler explanation here https://guides.library.duke.edu/QGIS/Joins
You could then also generate a number of sightings to each camera location
to create a heat map...
Let me know that makes sense and help you out
From: Qgis-us-user [mailto:qgis-us-user-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf
Of Michael Hundt
Sent: Friday, May 21, 2021 10:56
To: qgis-us-user at lists.osgeo.org
Subject: [Qgis-us-user] Heat Maps
I am trying to create a heat map indicating how many cats we have detected
at specific locations on our game cameras.
The 10 cameras have detected from one cat to as many as 28 cats.
How do I format this information in a CSV file? Or is another way to
display and manipulate the heat map.
Currently, I have a Google map of the camera grid on one layer, and on a 2nd
layer indicated the GPS location of each camera.
DO you need more information to help you help me?
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