QGIS - Lesson 4: Mapping Spatial Results for Effective Communication

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In the past few exercises you used QGIS to visualize and symbolize data, analyze existing data, and create new data.  In this module you will use what you have learned about symbology and displaying data to communicate spatial information in a map composition.  Maps can contain spatial information, figures, images, graphs, and other elements to communicate information.  In this exercise you will create a map showing distribution of ozone concentrations in Mexico City. 

Exercise, Maps, and Data (1.47 MB)

NOTE: This exercise was developed using QGIS 2.0.  Some steps may a bit different in later versions of the software

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