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Free ways to learn QGIS
QGIS is the most commonly used free and open source [GIS software] (/open-source-proprietary-software-options "GIS software options"). QGIS is constantly being developed by volunteers and fundraising and is a very good alternative to priority GIS software.
Especially for reasons of cost, QGIS is the ideal entry for newcomers to the "GIS world". If you are looking for ways to familiarize yourself with QGIS or to get started with GIS in general, you have come to the right place.
A QGIS manual is of course offered on the official QGIS website. The manual basically describes everything from installation, user interface, data processing to analysis tools and the official QGIS manual is a good introduction.
Another QGIS-Manual is also available from Ujaval Gandhi. The absolute basics are also described here. The core topics are spatial analysis, the automation of workflows and web mapping.
This manual is therefore aimed more at advanced users.
You can also find great video tutorials on YouTube by Klas Karlsson. All topics, i.e. covered from basics to advanced workflows.
So if you want to learn more visually, here is a great selection of videos that are offered in English.
Her series currently includes ten modules, as well as links to other PyQGIS resources. The topic of PyGIS is structured practically like an online course, which you can take in pieces.