QGIS 3: from Beginner to Advanced

Learn skills that will make you stand out from the competition

This course will cover everything you need to get you started working with QGIS – and more.

What you’ll learn

  • How to work with vector and raster data.
  • How to use spatial web services (WMS, WMTS, WCS and WFS).
  • Create maps.
  • Create atlas.
  • Perform spatial analysis.
  • Digitize scanned maps.
  • Find and fix topology errors.
  • How to optimize a raster.
  • Perform interpolations.
  • Create contour lines and hillshade maps.
  • Basic and advanced use of expression editor.
  • Create your own GIS tools.
  • Georeference maps.
  • Use expressions.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 1min.
  • Installation –> 3 lectures • 12min.
  • Data and Maps –> 17 lectures • 1hr 46min.
  • Spatial tools and Analysis –> 21 lectures • 1hr 3min.
  • Programming –> 1 lecture • 10min.

QGIS 3: from Beginner to Advanced

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of GIS concepts.

This course will cover everything you need to get you started working with QGIS – and more.

We will also cover advanced concepts that will help you acquire skills many GIS engineers are missing – effectively increasing your chances for professional promotion.

Lectures are short, understandable and straightforward. I provided resource files that you can use to repeat everything that is done in a lecture.

Lectures are task based – we will have a task that we must solve. Since you probably won’t be doing heatmaps everyday, you could forget how to do it. But even if you do, you can just open a lecture with this task and you are good to go in a matter of minutes.

 

My name is Zoran and I have a master’s degree in Geodesy and GIS with over 9 years of professional experience.

Since I had a background in software development I was mainly working on GIS software development, spatial services and databases. So you can say that I have a good insight about the science and software behind GIS.

 

Looking forward to our fun journey of learning QGIS!