My name is Anita Graser and I am a scientist, open source GIS advocate and data visualization geek. This blog was born in 2010 as a place to record my thoughts and experiences in using open source GIS.
I studied geographic information sciences and am now working with the Mobility department at the Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna. I am a member of the QGIS PSC and currently serve on the OSGeo board of directors. In addition, I’m teaching QGIS classes at the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, at UNIGIS Salzburg as well as the Technical University of Vienna.
Since 2013, I’ve published several books about QGIS: “Learning QGIS” (currently 3rd edition), “QGIS Map Design”, and “QGIS 2 Cookbook”. Furthermore, I develop tools such as the Time Manager and pgRoutingLayer plugin for QGIS.
You can follow me on Twitter @underdarkGIS.
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