Feature request #1075
Enhance Classify feature in vector's Gradient Symbol and Continuous Color symbology
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Quite often I am comparing several vector files by using either Gradient or Continuous Color symbology based on a common attribute (for instance water depth). When I click on Classify, the class bounds and the associated colors are differ from each vector file.
As a workaround, I can (in the case of Gradient Symbol) set the number of classes, click on the Classify button, and then edit each class, but it gets rather tedious when you have many classes.
A possible solution to this problem is to allow the user to specify a new Mode that would allow the user to specify a beginning value (default to min), end value (default to max), and number of classes along with the beginning and end color. Continuous Color symbology could do the same.
#1 Updated by Stefano Costa - over 14 years ago
I find the OpenJUMP colour theming very good at this task. I'd love having the same functionality in QGIS, because it's both flexible and visually appealing. There are a number of preset scales for colour theming by value range. In QGIS, to do the same thing I have to load two times the same layer, create a single-color view of it, give a continuous scale from black to white to the second and then play with transparency. And the result isn't obviously very good.
#4 Updated by John Floyd - about 8 years ago
Based on the comment about new symbology - I dont think that this option exists in the vector styling unless someone can point me to it. It DOES exist in the raster styles.
This comment is based on Qgis V2.6. (Cant see any changes in the changelog of 2.6.1). It is not fixed and it is an important feature.
#6 Updated by Giovanni Manghi about 8 years ago
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Nathan Woodrow wrote:
I'm not sure what is being asked here.
I guess the request is to allow define manually, in the graduated symbology, the min and max values used the create the classes. Of course this would make sense only for certain modes (ex: equal interval but not natural breaks, I guess). For the categorized symbology the request does not make much sense to me as it applies also to text columns, and the point is to create different classes for any different value, unless of course adding something that would allow to recognize numerical columns and then create the classes only for values between a defined range.