Last january I developed QGIS plugin called Transectizer. Fortunately it was catalogued and sent to the box (or, who knows if a coffin) of the expermiental plugins.
A custom, chatty QGIS plugin cursor showing the bearing of the rubberband being drawn.
Yes, I said fortunately, because that prompted me towards changing some features of the plugin. One of these features is the ability of the plugin of give some feedback to the user about the bearing of a line drawn in the canvas, to make possible to interactively choose a certain parameter that is needed for the plugin to work.
In the first version of the plugin (the second is upcoming, see below), it just updates the text of a LineEdit widget inside the QGIS plugin dialog. This is a relatively simple task, Continue reading
As a future improvement for my QGIS Plugin Transectizer, I want to be able to get GPS information (coordinates and bearing, for instance) from QGIS’s GPS widget. I read in a post in stackexchange Continue reading
A custom, chatty QGIS plugin cursor showing the bearing line.
Transectizer is a QGIS plugin which provides an easy way to design linear transects with sampling stations distributed at a given distance along the transect.
Transectizer makes possible to automatically generate each individual station details (transect name, station name, station number) or have control over all the attributes of each station.
You can store your transects in a new layer or provide an existing layer for it. In that case, Transectizer will make the appropiate changes to your layer to make it compatible with Transectizer. Continue reading