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QGIS Dashboard

QGIS Dashboard

This is a demonstrator project to show how you might use labels to create a dashboard in QGIS. The project requires that you have the UN-OCHA Free Font installed. You can find the font for free here:


If you make a selection of roads or buildings, the dashboard will update automatically to show the selection count.

Likewise, adding a new flood polygon or altering the existing flood polygon will update the flooded building and roads counts.

This is a demonstrator project - it may not be practical for large datasets or indeed for anything in an of itself. It is intended to show you some techniques for working with data driven labels and aggregate expressions as well as perhaps inspiring you to do interesting things with QGIS in your own work.

You can find a detailed interactive walk through of the techniques used to make this dashboard in this video:

The building and roads layers is courtesy of the OpenStreetMap project. OpenStreetMapĀ® is open data, licensed under the Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL) by the OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF). You can find out more at openstreetmap

Uploaded Date
14 December 2020
Approved Date
23 December 2020
Tim Sutton
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