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This tutorial is an addendum to extension of the introductory GIS Practicum; it focusses focuses on the fundamentals of working with raster data in QGIS with an emphasis on elevation models and includes: downloading, tiling, and warping (re-projecting) DEMs and DRGs and creating hillshades and contour linesretrieving raster data and metadata, using the raster calculator, clipping, extracting statistics, converting rasters to vectors, and styling. The examples use temperature and land use and land cover data for NYC.
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Working with Fundamentals of Raster Data Analysis in QGIS 1st edition (June 20143.4
For QGIS 3.4 (May 2019)
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The tutorial Notes
This edition was written for QGIS version 2.4 (Chugiak) and should work in all 2.x versions 3.4 Madeira, which is currently the long term release of QGIS. The most recent version of the software LTR and latest releases can be downloaded from the The QGIS website.