Modules

General tools

Measurement tools

Drawing tools

Geometry tools

Functions common to different types of geometry

- Coordinate conversion
- Buffer
- Extract the nodes
- Group objects
- Explode geometry
- Show range
- The longest distance
- The shortest distance
- Center of gravity
- Describe with a circle
- Convexity
- Line on traverse (holes)
- Simplify the object
- Rotate the specified angle
- Size change
- Extract the intersections
- Outline

Functions for the polygon layer

Analytical tools

- Change the letter to uppercase
- Change letters to lowercase
- Return the length of the text
- Round a floating point number up
- Round a floating point number down
- Round to the specified number of decimal places
- Position
- Search Text String – Returns part of a string value
- Trim
- Return string with changed fragments
- Return a piece of text containing n characters from the left
- Return a piece of text containing n characters from the right
- Mathematical operators on columns
- Mathematical operators on numbers

- Calculate the area
- Calculate the perimeter
- Return the X coordinate of the current object
- Return the y coordinate of the current object
- Zwróć najmniejszą wartość współrzędnej X
- Return the largest value of the X coordinate
- Return the smallest value of the Y coordinate
- Return the largest value of the Y coordinate
- Calculate the vertices

- Minimum distance to the subject
- Greatest distance between geometries
- Distance between geometry centroids
- Distance between geometry bounding boxes (smallest)
- Distance between geometry bounding-box centroids

Search

Attribute table

Layer and group properties

Project properties

Tutorials

Attaching additional information to spatial data, e.g. an excerpt for local spatial development plans. For an object located on a map, we can attach text files containing additional information. In the tutorial, it was shown how to configure additional information for a spatial object on the example of an excerpt from the local spatial development plan, and then we will show how each user will be able to download information about a selected object on the example of a plot of land.

Trim to mask. Using a mask, i.e. a vector layer, we crop the raster layer. After the operation, we get a raster layer the size of our mask