Applied GIS in QGIS in 2021 – Project-based Spatial Analysis

GIS analysis in latest QGIS version: From Beginner to Expert Vector & Spatial analysis in 2021

GIS & Spatial Analysis in QGIS 3.16 – From Basic to Expert

What you’ll learn

  • Learn step by step about QGIS, it’s environment and interface using the latest long-lasting release in 2021.
  • Learn how to visualize and manipulate GIS data (vector and raster data).
  • Start working with spatial data on real geolocating project to master powerful freeware GIS software.
  • Understand the basic and intermediate GIS concepts and analysis.
  • Learn how to work on geospatial projects in QGIS environment step-by-step.
  • Learn how to create beautiful maps in QGIS.
  • Link GIS data analysis results to open source GIS map (open street map).
  • Get introduced to Remote Sensing basics and satellite image manipulation in QGIS.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 2 lectures • 9min.
  • Key principles of Geographic Information systems (GIS) –> 3 lectures • 8min.
  • QGIS software and your PC set up –> 4 lectures • 31min.
  • Manipulating spatial data (vector and raster) in GIS and QGIS 3.16 –> 5 lectures • 29min.
  • Basics of satellite image analysis in QGIS –> 3 lectures • 35min.
  • Core geoprocessing analysis & vector analysis in QGIS: example of GIS-project –> 7 lectures • 37min.
  • Core geoprocessing & vector analysis in QGIS: example of GIS-project: Part 2 –> 9 lectures • 36min.
  • Visualization of the results –> 3 lectures • 20min.

Applied GIS in QGIS in 2021 - Project-based Spatial Analysis


  • Interest in the topic.
  • A working PC with internet connection.

GIS & Spatial Analysis in QGIS 3.16 – From Basic to Expert

This course provides an introduction to GIS (geographic information systems) and also introduce students to Remote Sensing in a project-oriented way. This course is based on the newest version of the open-source QGIS software available for free to get started with GIS, Remote Sensing, and geospatial data analysis. My practical geospatial analysis course will provide you with an understanding of the GIS in a very short time. By the end of the course, you will feel confident and completely understand the GIS and Remote Sensing technology, learn by practice how to solve geospatial projects and how to compose beautiful maps using your data and open street map data.

Unlike other courses, my course is based on the latest version of QGIS (long-lasting release) which is essential to learn rather then spending time and money on outdated courses based on the previous software releases.

  • We will start by learning about QGIS open-source software, its installation, interface and plug-ins.
  • This will follow with the practical and concise introduction to the GIS analysis and data type, followed by the Remote Sensing introductory section in QGIS.
  • Then, I will introduce you to practical and real-life GIS projects. By using examples of this project, I will show step-by-step how to conduct GIS project analysis (from basics to advanced), while you will be also developing skills required to understand the geospatial project analysis approach. This is of great value as it will provide you with the practical understanding of the geospatial approach that is needed to solve GIS-related project-oriented tasks, for instance, in your thesis or work.
  • Finally, you will learn how to visualize your GIS project results in terms of the maps.

This course will prepare the students for the basics of using GIS and Remote Sensing with open source and free software tools. We will go over various industries where GIS and Remote Sensing can be used including agriculture, geology, mining, hydrology, forestry, environmental, and many more! It is hands-on, practical training, therefore we will only spend a brief amount of time discussing theoretical ideas related to spatial data analysis, but rather we will work practically with the real-world data.

So, don’t wait and enrol now to become GIS professional tomorrow!