Led by Simon Miles, this one-day course will be a more focused and in-depth look at QGIS for archaeological purposes than the Introduction options. Topics covered will include:
What is QGIS and who is using it?
Setup and install QGIS
Learning the basics of QGIS
(Loading - GIS data and data held in spreadsheets; Styling and rendering data;
QGIS for archaeology - example case
Using Open-Data in QGIS
This course is part of the new HLF Sustainable Impact training programme, and will be provided at no charge. However, booking is essential and spaces are limited, so we do ask that participants commit to attending, once signed up. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book and for queries.
A follow-up more advanced course 'Driving into QGIS' is planned for early 2019, for those who wish to continue with even more in-depth training.
*Please note that this course is not considered a follow-on from the Introduction course on 19 October, but rather an option for users already somewhat familiar with GIS*