It is possible to very quickly render any choropleth map you make in QGIS in 3D using the Qgis2threejs plugin. Essentially the plugin allows you to turn a numerical attribute as a “height” for your data. The results from the plugin are outputted as an html page which can be easily shared in a folder or placed on the web for people to view. Continue reading “Creating 3D choropleth or prism map in QGIS 2.18”
This is a very quick guide on adding web basemaps to QGIS 2.18. I’ve created it as it is often the first step in creating a new map.
The easiest way to add in a basemap from the web is to use one of two plugins to add in the data for you. The two best plugins I have found for doing this are the OpenLayers and QuickMapServices.