Hi Paolo, 

Thanks - it looks quite powerful. And yes - they would use it with
Postgis data. 

Can one also create point or linear events interactively in QGIS? I did
not see this in the description of the plugin. I see that one can query
measurements in the "Localize tab" and that an events table can be
defined and visualized (in memory layer) - which is quite cool. But can
one also interactively edit the events table by clicking along a route
and thus filling the events table? 


On 2016-09-07 14:28, Paolo Cavallini wrote:

> Il 07/09/2016 14:24, Neumann, Andreas ha scritto: 
>> Hi,
>> A friend of mine asked me if QGIS can do linear referencing - e.g.
>> symbolizing road data speed limits along a road, lets say from km 0 to
>> 0.76 there is a limit of 50 km/h, from 0.76 to 1.23 there is 80 km/h
>> limit, etc.
>> The idea is to symbolize these road segments without having to actually
>> split the data into bits. And hopefully without having to generate
>> derived tables that have no link to the original data.
>> Is QGIS able to do this, perhaps with a plugin?
> Yes:
> http://plugins.qgis.org/plugins/lrs/
> Best if using PostGIS though.
> All the best.

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