GIS For Biologists: Tip #7 – How To Make A New Data Layer In A GIS Project

17 Apr

This video is the seventh in a series of helpful hints and handy tips for biologists who want to use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in their research. It provides a brief introduction on how to make a new data layer using QGIS, the leading freely available GIS software.

If you have any questions or queries about this video, feel free to comment on this post and I’ll do my best to answer them.

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Dr Colin D. MacLeod,
Founder, GIS In Ecology
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2 Responses to “GIS For Biologists: Tip #7 – How To Make A New Data Layer In A GIS Project”

  1. kampar 03/05/2015 at 10:40 #

    Reblogged this on Dosen GIS.

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  1. GIS For Biologists: Tip #9 – How To Add A Google Earth Or Bing Maps Image To A GIS Project | GIS In Ecology - 15/05/2015

    […] to your GIS project in QGIS, you can find information on how to make new data layers here.  Similarly, the QGIS OpenLayers Plugin, which is used to import these images, can also be […]

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