[(QGIS Python Programming Cookbook)] [By (author) Joel Lawhead] published on (March, 2015)

QGIS Python Programming Cookbook By author Joel Lawhead published on March

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    • this book makes me understand qgis, i am a engineer, working in c++,QTi recommanded it, from the basic qgis to advanced information this book is helpfull


    • very little to find in this book even for a begginer! I am dissaponted as I expected to find more detains and more tips. The examples that you can find in the internet have more details.


    • I found this book well worth the money and valuable for my QGIS coding purposes.Pluses:• Introduces and explains the setup of a simple yet powerful PyQGIS development environment using the QGIS Script Runner plugin and the PyDEV Python IDE• Has 170+ practical PyQGIS coding examples that are well-explained• Applicable to Linux, Windows and MacOS environmentsMinuses:• Assumes quite a bit of prior QGIS experience and terminology—it’s not a book for beginners• The section on the PyQGIS [...]


    • The QGIS Python Programming Cookbook is the second great PyQGIS book published by Packt. The first one is Erik Westra’s Building Mapping Applications with QGIS. If you are new to PyQGIS and want to get started quickly I suggest you look into these two books, instead of the many convoluted, incomplete, and often outdated tutorials on the web or in other books. I personally started with Erik Westra’s book, which within in a few days, clarified a lot of thing to me. Then I looked into this book [...]


    • I'm learning PyQGIS while working on a project, and have found this book to a good resource. It's pretty straightforward and well-organized. I like how it breaks down exercises into compact parts, a few paragraphs, with sciprts that dont rely upon variables or data referenced prior in the book. I also use the PyQGIS Developer Cookbook, which is also pretty great (and free!), but it does have a few typos here and there, and build scripts up with variables used much earlier. Perhaps because I' [...]


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