Cargar datos r√°ster y vectoriales a nuestro proyecto (gran escala)

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Description: DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3466789 Authors: Diez Castillo, Agustín; Machause López, Sonia In this video is described how to add raster and vectorial layers to a project in QGIS (http://qgis.org). The original file used in here can be found at github https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dieza/curso_r/master/taula_incompleta.csv. The whole set is about the circulation of obsidian in the western mediterranean during the Neolithic. Terradas, X., Gratuze, B., Bosch, J., Enrich, R., Esteve, X., Oms, F. X., & Ribé, G. (2014). Neolithic diffusion of obsidian in the western Mediterranean: new data from Iberia. Journal of archaeological Science, 41, 69-78. Tykot, R. H. (2017). Obsidian Studies in the Prehistoric Central Mediterranean: After 50 Years, What Have We Learned and What Still Needs to Be Done?. Open Archaeology, 3(1), 264-278.
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