[ QGIS ] – Carleton University Open Source GIS Tutorials

[ QGIS ] – Carleton University Open Source GIS Tutorials

Tutorials from 2017

Coming soon!!! Revisions to existing tutorials are underway now, new tutorials will show up mid-October through December.

New page here …

Tutorials from 2015

These tutorials were released 4 Jan 2016. Enjoy!

Tutorials from 2014

These are from a completed class, and the students have released control of the tutorial contents to the community. If you want to update/correct/improve any of these tutorials, please feel free to log in and help improve our tutorials. Contact Scott Mitchell to enable login creation if you don’t already have one.

Tutorials from 2013

These are from a completed class, and the students have released control of the tutorial contents to the community. If you want to update/correct/improve any of these tutorials, please feel free to log in and help improve our tutorials. Contact Scott Mitchell to enable login creation if you don’t already have one.

Tutorials From 2012

These are from a completed class, and the students have released control of the tutorial contents to the community. If you want to update/correct/improve any of these tutorials, please feel free to log in and help improve our tutorials. Contact Scott Mitchell to enable login creation if you don’t already have one.

Tutorials From 2010

These are from a completed class, and the students have released control of the tutorial contents to the community. If you want to update/correct/improve any of these tutorials, please feel free to log in and help improve our tutorials.

Unless otherwise noted in the individual tutorial, all of these were originally developed on/for a Windows environment. Specifically, most students were using classroom computers running Windows XP, with QGIS 1.5 (including GRASS Tools), and FWTools. Please note that this environment imposed a 32 bit Windows XP constraint that prevented the system from using all the RAM in the computers, which is likely the culprit in those cases where the tutorial authors complained that the tools could not work with larger datasets.

2010 contributions:

Previous Tutorials

A couple of tutorials from the 2008 class have been ported, but importing the remainder is hampered by version differences in the wiki software used to build them.

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