Quickly exporting all layouts from QGIS

Once you’ve made a whole bunch of beautiful maps in QGIS, you can click the ‘Export as image’ button (or PDF) and save a version of the map to disk. Doing so for more than a few of these is really tedious – for example, if you’ve had to add or update elements of a …

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uTrack data to KML: parsing GPS data in Python

uTrack lets you download your vehicle GPS data as a CSV file. However, the CSV doesn’t include nicely-formatted lat/lon columns – instead, you get a fifth row with an address and latlon pair: Monduli,¬† (36.9005,-2.9013) My first attempt at a real Python script took me into regex, reading command line arguments, and basic CSV parsing, …

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