Feature request #9574
Simplified ranges in styling
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I think it would be useful to have a more concise way to specify multiple numerical ranges for a single rule when styling.
The specific instance this came up is in styling buildings based on an assessor's property classification system (http://web.mit.edu/sde/www/metadata/details/us_ma_boston_g47parcels_2005_ptype.html).
I can create rule-based styles which look something like:
("PTYPE-INT" >= 336 AND "PTYPE-INT" <=338) OR "PTYPE-INT" = 359 OR "PTYPE-INT" = 387
This works, but it's cumbersome. A start might be accepting something like:
(336 <= "PTYPE-INT" <=338) OR "PTYPE-INT" = 359 OR "PTYPE-INT" = 387
However something like
"PTYPE-INT in "336-338,359,387"
would be awesome. (I don't know what the appropriate syntax would be.) Alternatively, or in addition, I think it would be useful if categorized styling accepted mixes of items and ranges, ie (1,3-5,12), in the manner of pages to print in office software.
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