Here’s a summary of recent additions and updates to plugins in the QGIS repository.
- FlowMapper (0.1.1) - Generates flow lines between discreet nodes for depicting spatial interaction data (e.g. migration).
- Query By Example (0.2) - Select features by location.
- Item Browser (1.6.0) - Browse a multiple selection with auto-zooming to feature and an option to open feature form.
- Custom Launcher (1.1.0) - Customize your own actions to launch your preferred apps or commands within QGIS.
- Profile Tool (3.3.1) - Plots terrain profile
- qSearch (1.3.0) - Produces a friendly interface to perform and save searches in a layer.
- Quick Finder (1.0.0) - Dockable dialog to find a feature by its ID in a layer.
- SEXTANTE (1.0.3) - SEXTANTE for QGIS
- Link It (1.1.1) - Link It is a QGIS plugin to link a feature to another. By clicking on map, the plugin will then automatically save the feature’s ID in the appropriate field defined by the user. This plugin requires ItemBrowser.
- QuickMultiAttributeEdit (0.8) - QuickMultiAttributeEdit plugin provides a very quick and handy way to update a feature for the selected attributes into the current/active layer.
To install any of these plugins:
- Open the Python plugin installer: Plugins->Fetch Python Plugins
- Check to see if you have the new Official repository in your list of plugins by clicking on Repositories tab. The URL is http://plugins.QGIS.org/plugins/plugins.xml.
- If the new repository isn’t in the list, add it by clicking the Add button. Give it a name and insert the URL http://plugins.QGIS.org/plugins/plugins.xml
- Some plugins may be flagged experimental. Make sure you have allowed experimental plugins on the Options tab of the plugin installer
- Click on the Plugins tab
- Select the desired plugin from the list and click Install