QGIS is a popular open-source GIS with advanced capabilities. Here is a series of tutorials and tips that show you how to use it to tackle common GIS problems.
You may use these tutorials as a self-paced course to learn the software thoroughly. However, each section is fairly independent, so those familiar with QGIS can jump into any section.
You can also check out QGIS Learning Resources for other materials to help you learn QGIS.
Extending and Contributing¶
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