"equal intervals" and "pretty breaks" do not work for joined fields
|Assigned to:||Marco Hugentobler||% Done:||
|Target version:||Version 2.0.0|
|Platform version:||12.04||Affected version:||master|
|Status info:||Causes crash or corruption:||No|
When making joins between a layer with geometries, to a table without geometry columns (all residing in PostGIS), if I choose to make a graduate classify with equal intervals on a numeric data field the classes are all filled with zeros. 'Preatty breaks' mode also do nothing of useful to classify, as shows no results. If I chose other classify modes it works well (Natural breaks). Happens with 1.7.4 in Windows (XP) and 1.8 master with Ubuntu 12.04 64
Updated by Giovanni Manghi 11 months ago
- Subject changed from Graduated classify for joins to "equal intervals" and "pretty breaks" do not work for joined fields
I can confirm this.
Updated by Minoru Akagi 6 months ago
- File testdata.zip added
Added a simple test dataset (shp+xls). Minimum/Maximum values of each columns of joined table seem to be incorrect.
Updated by Giovanni Manghi 6 months ago
- Assigned to set to Marco Hugentobler
- Patch supplied changed from No to Yes