I have published 3 brand new tutorials related to network analysis in QGIS. This is a topic close to my heart. Back in 2004, when I did my Masters thesis, I had to use ArcView as there were no other tools that could do various types of routing analysis that I needed.Till recently QGIS didn't have tools to do many types of network analysis. But that has changed now and QGIS3 includes some built-in tools as well as a host of plugins that make very sophisticated analyses possible. Do check out this new material
Analysing Traffic Patterns in Cities using Uber Taxi Data
I recently learnt about Uber Movement data – which shares anonymized data aggregated from over ten billion taxi trips to help urban planning around the world. The data is freely available in open-format for download. This dataset was also my pick for the Favourite New Geo Datasets in the past 5 years.
I conducted a workshop for urban planning students at IIHS, Bangalore last month. The workshop covered free and open web-based tools for spatial analysis. You may download the data package and follow along the exercises below.
FOSS4G 2019 was at Bucharest, Romania this year. The team recorded all sessions and have made the videos available online. It is a treasure trove of insightful talks on open-source geospatial technologies - including QGIS, PostGIS and more.