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Re: Qgis-user Digest: Building attribute table in QGIS (badri)

Chris House
Hi Badri,

You can convert raster to xyz layer using processing tool. I do this and choose csv option. Be warned this is going to be huge depending on your raster size. There may be other methods but this is what I use.

--Chris

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Dear QGIS users,

I need to build an attribute table for a raster data layer. Would I be able
to do this in QGIS?  If yes, please help me know the details.

Thank you.

Regards

Badri Basnet
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Hello,

just out of curiosity:

Is it known that the QGis3 Icon and the QuickTime Icon on Mac look very
similar?

I mean: Apple filed copyright claims for lesser reasons...


If the attatchment is scrubed, you can find screenshot here:

https://ibb.co/gESRwd


Besides: You did a good job with QGis3! Thanks!


Greetings,
Stefan
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