QGIS is a user friendly, Open Source, GIS client where you can visualize, manage, edit, analyse data, and compose printable maps. It includes powerful analytical functionality through integration with GRASS. It runs on Linux, Unix, Mac OSX, and Windows and supports numerous vector, raster and database formats and functionality.
Friendly graphical user interface.
- identify/select features,
- edit/view/search attributes,
- on the fly projection,
- print composer,
- feature labeling,
- change vector and raster symbology,
- add a graticule layer,
- and more ...
Easy Viewing of many Vector and Raster Formats
- database tables: PostgreSQL/PostGIS, Oracle Spatial, MS SQL Spatial, SpatiaLite
- most vector formats: including ESRI shapefiles, MapInfo, SDTS and GML, OpenStreetMap vectors
- raster formats such as digital elevation models, aerial photography or landsat imagery,
- GRASS locations and mapsets,
- online spatial data served as OGC-compliant WMS, WMTS, WFS or WCS
- 2.5D rendering support
Create, edit and export spatial data using:
- digitizing tools for GRASS and shapefile formats,
- the georeferencer plugin,
- GPS tools to import and export GPX format, convert other GPS formats to GPX, or down/upload directly to a GPS unit
Perform spatial analysis using integrated support for SAGA, OTB, MMGIS, fTools and GRASS
- map algebra,
- terrain analysis,
- hydrologic modeling,
- network analysis,
- comprehensive searchable toolbox of functions,
- define and run reusable analysis routines by chaining functions using a graphical modelling tool,
- and many others.
Publish to the internet
Extensible plugin architecture.
- OGC standards compliant (WMS,WFS(Plugin))
Licence: GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2
Software Version: 2.14.3
Supported Platforms: Windows, Linux, Mac, Unix
Community Support: http://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/support.html
Commercial Support: http://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/commercial_support.html