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QGIS 3: Download the free and powerful spatial data analysis tool

Your freshly baked copy of QGIS is downloading. QGIS is free of charge, and will always be free of charge if downloaded from If you can afford to support the project and people making this software, please consider making a small donation to support our efforts. Whether you choose to donate or not, we hope that you enjoy using our labour of love and encourage you to share and spread your downloaded copy far and wide so that others may enjoy it too. Our very best regards!

The OSGeo4W installer is recommended for regular users or organization deployments. It allows to have several QGIS versions in one place, and to keep each component up-to-date individually without having to download the whole package. Since QGIS 3.20 we only ship 64-bit Windows executables.

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QGIS is unique among the major desktop GIS software applications in that it can run on Windows, Mac, and Linux computers. For this reason, it is important to select the QGIS version appropriate for your operating system on the Download page. You will also notice that, even once you have selected your operating system you may still see up to 4 options to choose from: for Windows you can select a 32 bit or 64 bit version of QGIS and for both Windows and Mac you can select the latest release of the software or an older, more stable long-term support release. The 64bit version is recommended for almost all users, unless you are attempting to install the software on a extremely old computer that has a 32 bit processor. It is also recommended that you install the latest release rather than the long term release so that you have access to the latest QGIS features. If you are working on a Windows PC or Mac, click on the QGIS standalone installer link for the software version that is most appropriate for your computer configuration to download the QGIS installation files. If you hoping to load QGIS on a Linux computer, follow the instructions on the Download page to download and install the software on you computer using the software installation method specific to your Linux distribution.

If you have a 32 bit machine or you have a 32 bit version of Microsoft Office on a 64 bit machine, you need a 32 bit version of QGIS (you should choose 3.16 and the 32 bit .exe stand alone installer, not the MSI version) and QSWAT3. You should also download and install Microsoft Access Database Engine Redistributable 2016, and choose the 32 bit version (called accessdatabaseengine.exe).

If you have a 64 bit machine with no Microsoft Office, or with a 64 bit version of Microsoft Office, you you need a 64 bit version of QGIS. There are two 64 bit versions of QGIS available. The older one has a .exe stand alone installer and you should choose version 3.16 and QSWAT3_64. The newer one has a .msi stand alone installer and you should choose version 3.22 and QSWAT3_9. The two are not compatible as the older one uses Python 3.7 and the newer uses Python 3.9. Only choose the older if you have an existing project to finish, though it should be safe to switch to the newer one. You will get a warning that the newer one will change your project file and it may not be possible to revert to the old one. You can always play safe and make a copy of your project first. It is possible to install both versions of QGIS and QSWAT3 at the same time. You should also download and install Microsoft Access Database Engine Redistributable 2016, and choose the 64 bit version (called accessdatabaseengine_X64.exe).

QGIS2 is no longer supported and we recommend using QSWAT3 for QGIS3 linked above. You may still download QSWAT v1.9 here. It is necessary to use QGIS 2.6, 32-bit version. Please read the user manual for installation instructions.

Getting high quality data is essential for any GIS task. One great resource for free and openly licensed data is OpenStreetMap(OSM) . The OSM database consists of all types of mapping data - streets, local data, building polygons, administrative boundaries etc. Getting access to OSM data in a GIS format in QGIS is possible via the QuickOSM plugin. This tutorial explains the process for searching, downloading and using this plugin.

Search and install the QuickOSM plugin from the QGIS Official Plugin Repository. See Using Plugins for instructions on downloading plugins. Make sure you have the checkbox selected. Click Close.

We would like to thank the developers, documenters, testers and all the many folks out there who volunteer their time and effort (or fund people to do so). From the QGIS community we hope you enjoy this release! If you wish to donate time, money or otherwise get involved in making QGIS more awesome, please wander along to and lend a hand!

Go to Download QGIS for your platform and choose the right version for your operating system. We highly recommend installing the long-term release (LTR) version of the software, which is available as a link under the main green download button on the QGIS site.

Go to -osx/ and download the Python 3.6 macOS 64 bit installer (currently 3.6.7). This is a pkg installer you can run like many other software. If you don't want to replace the Python 3.7 you installed from brew, ensure this Python distribution is NOT added to the system $PATH. By default, it will install under /Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.6.

In this lesson you will install QGIS software, download geospatial files like shapefiles and GeoTIFFs, and create a map out of a number of vector and raster layers. Quantum or QGIS is an open source alternative to the industry leader, ArcGIS from ESRI. QGIS is multiplatform, which means it runs on Windows, Macs, Linux, and Android, and it has many of the functions most commonly used by historians.

Notes: If you chose to download a granule other than the sample granule, you will need to determine an appropriate projection system to use for that location. If you have other imagery for that same area of interest, you may want to set the Target coordinate reference system (CRS) of your warped granule to match the projection system of your other imagery.

This past weekend QGIS 3.6 Noosa was released as the next stable release. You can visit the QGIS download site to find installers for Windows, Mac and Linux.At the same time QGIS 3.4 Madeira became the latest long-term release. This means that version 3.4 will be supported for a calendar year with bug fixes. This is now the version you should install and work with for the next year.If you have not yet worked with the new 3.x line you can look at the visual changelogs here: Version 3.0 - Version 3.2 - Version 3.4. In general the QGIS 3.x line is a major upgrade from 2.x. I encourage you to install it and make a map!

This tutorial aims to guide on how to access LiDAR data from the Scottish Remote Sensing Portal, download the data and visualize it in QGIS, a Geographic Information System software. This document is not intended to be a fully comprehensive guide but a brief overview and a pointer to further resources.

Scottish Government and JNCC collaborate to develop an online data portal to host public sector LiDAR datasets. The Scottish Remote Sensing Portal currently provides access to three sets of Scottish public sector airborne LiDAR data, which can be downloaded as 10km tiles or accessed via Web Map Services (WMS). The data are provided as point clouds (LAZ) and raster files (GeoTIFF) All data are shared under the Open Government License v3 unless otherwise stated. The Scottish Remote Sensing Portal can be accessed following this link


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