QGIS 2.4 released

QGIS 2.4 (Chugiak) was released recently. QGIS runs on Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and BSD operating systems. It is free, open source (FOSS) software. QGIS is now producing new versions quarterly, so look for the next update in October.

Some highlights:
•QGIS now has multithreaded rendering. The upshot? It’s FAST when your map is redrawing.
•Better python support. QGIS is scriptable via python, and the console and API have been improved over earlier releases.
•There are new analysis functions, updated plugin management, and map composition and labeling tools.

A complete list of what’s new is available here.

If you are interested in using QGIS and would like support, send a message to it-help@mtu.edu to make an appointment with a consultant.

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