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Fix spelling errors in processing algorithm help
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nyalldawson committed Mar 25, 2017
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@@ -2012,7 +2012,7 @@ Implemented a new map cursor type : Capture Point (little pencil icon on your to
are placed into the system clipboard.

In release 0.5 this will be extended to provide simple point vector file data capture /
digitizing facility. This will be implemented by means of a plugin which will utilise the
digitizing facility. This will be implemented by means of a plugin which will utilize the
aforementioned xyClickCoordinate(QgsPoint) signal.

2004-06-12 [gsherman] 0.3.0devel30
@@ -2127,7 +2127,7 @@ Processing {#qgis_api_break_3_0_Processing}
- Algorithm providers now subclass the c++ QgsProcessingProvider class, and must be adapted to the API for QgsProcessingProvider. Specifically,
getName() should be replaced with id(), getDescription() with name(), and getIcon with icon().
- Algorithm's processAlgorithm method now passes a QgsProcessingFeedback object instead of the loosely defined progress parameter. Algorithms will
need to update their use of the progress argument to utilise the QgsProcessingFeedback API.
need to update their use of the progress argument to utilize the QgsProcessingFeedback API.
- Similarly, Python processing scripts no longer have access to a progress variable for reporting their progress. Instead they have a feedback
object of type QgsProcessingFeedback, and will need to adapt their use of progress reporting to the QgsProcessingFeedback API.
- SilentProgress was removed. Use the base QgsProcessingFeedback class instead.
@@ -2203,7 +2203,7 @@ <H1>28. 0.5</H1>
</P>
<P>
In release 0.5 this will be extended to provide simple point vector file data capture /
digitizing facility. This will be implemented by means of a plugin which will utilise the
digitizing facility. This will be implemented by means of a plugin which will utilize the
aforementioned xyClickCoordinate(QgsPoint) signal.
</P>
<P>
@@ -1964,7 +1964,7 @@ Implemented a new map cursor type : Capture Point (little pencil icon on your to
are placed into the system clipboard.

In release 0.5 this will be extended to provide simple point vector file data capture /
digitizing facility. This will be implemented by means of a plugin which will utilise the
digitizing facility. This will be implemented by means of a plugin which will utilize the
aforementioned xyClickCoordinate(QgsPoint) signal.

2004-06-12 [gsherman] 0.3.0devel30
@@ -124,15 +124,15 @@ class QgsGlowEffect : QgsPaintEffect
QColor color() const;

/** Sets the color ramp for the glow. This only applies if the @link colorType @endlink
* is set to ColorRamp. The glow will utilise colors from the ramp.
* is set to ColorRamp. The glow will utilize colors from the ramp.
* @param ramp color ramp for glow. Ownership of the ramp is transferred to the effect.
* @see ramp
* @see setColorType
*/
void setRamp( QgsColorRamp* ramp /Transfer/ );

/** Returns the color ramp used for the glow. This only applies if the @link colorType @endlink
* is set to ColorRamp. The glow will utilise colors from the ramp.
* is set to ColorRamp. The glow will utilize colors from the ramp.
* @returns color ramp for glow
* @see setRamp
* @see colorType
@@ -192,7 +192,7 @@ class QgsPaintEffect
*/
void drawSource( QPainter& painter );

/** Returns the source QPicture. The @link draw @endlink member can utilise this when
/** Returns the source QPicture. The @link draw @endlink member can utilize this when
* drawing the effect.
* @returns source QPicture
* @see drawSource
@@ -201,7 +201,7 @@ class QgsPaintEffect
const QPicture* source() const;

/** Returns the source QPicture rendered to a new QImage. The @link draw @endlink member can
* utilise this when drawing the effect. The image will be padded or cropped from the original
* utilize this when drawing the effect. The image will be padded or cropped from the original
* source QPicture by the results of the @link boundingRect @endlink method.
* The result is cached to speed up subsequent calls to sourceAsImage.
* @returns source QPicture rendered to an image
@@ -423,7 +423,7 @@ class QgsExpression
static const QList<QgsExpression::Function *>& Functions();
static const QStringList& BuiltinFunctions();

/** Registers a function to the expression engine. This is required to allow expressions to utilise the function.
/** Registers a function to the expression engine. This is required to allow expressions to utilize the function.
* @param function function to register
* @param transferOwnership set to true to transfer ownership of function to expression engine
* @returns true on successful registration
@@ -206,7 +206,7 @@ class QgsExpressionContextScope
/** \ingroup core
* \class QgsExpressionContext
* \brief Expression contexts are used to encapsulate the parameters around which a QgsExpression should
* be evaluated. QgsExpressions can then utilise the information stored within a context to contextualise
* be evaluated. QgsExpressions can then utilize the information stored within a context to contextualise
* their evaluated result. A QgsExpressionContext consists of a stack of QgsExpressionContextScope objects,
* where scopes added later to the stack will override conflicting variables and functions from scopes
* lower in the stack.
@@ -116,7 +116,7 @@ class QgsTask : QObject
* time as the parent task. This behavior can be overridden through the subTaskDependency
* argument.
*
* The parent task must be added to a QgsTaskManager for subtasks to be utilised.
* The parent task must be added to a QgsTaskManager for subtasks to be utilized.
* Subtasks should not be added manually to a QgsTaskManager, rather, only the parent
* task should be added to the manager.
*
@@ -609,7 +609,7 @@ class QgsTextShadowSettings
*/
int offsetAngle() const;

/** Sets the angle for offseting the position of the shadow from the text.
/** Sets the angle for offsetting the position of the shadow from the text.
* @param angle offset angle in degrees
* @see offsetAngle()
* @see setOffsetDistance()
@@ -217,7 +217,7 @@ class QgsSymbol
*/
QSet<QString> usedAttributes( const QgsRenderContext& context ) const;

/** Returns whether the symbol utilises any data defined properties.
/** Returns whether the symbol utilizes any data defined properties.
* @note added in QGIS 2.12
*/
bool hasDataDefinedProperties() const;
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ class QgsFieldModel : QAbstractItemModel

public:

//! Roles utilised by the model
//! Roles utilized by the model
enum FieldRoles
{
FieldNameRole, /*!< return field name if index corresponds to a field */
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ qgis:checkvalidity:
qgis:clip: >
This algorithm clips a vector layer using the polygons of an additional polygons layer. Only the parts of the features in the input layer that falls within the polygons of the clipping layer will be added to the resulting layer.

The attributes of the features are not modified, although properties such as area or length of the features will be modified by the clipoing operation. If such properties are stored as attributes, those attributes will have to be manually updated.
The attributes of the features are not modified, although properties such as area or length of the features will be modified by the clipping operation. If such properties are stored as attributes, those attributes will have to be manually updated.

qgis:concavehull: >
This algorithm computes the concave hull of the features in an input layer.
@@ -112,7 +112,7 @@ qgis:creategridpolygon:
qgis:createpointsalonglines: >
This algorithms creates a points layer, with points distributed along the lines of an input vector layer. the distance between points (measured along the line) is defined as a parameter.

Start and end points can be defined, so the first and last point do not fall on the line first and last node. Start and end points are defined as distances, mesaureed from the first and last nodes of the lines, in the units of the projection used by the lines layer.
Start and end points can be defined, so the first and last point do not fall on the line first and last node. Start and end points are defined as distances, measured from the first and last nodes of the lines, in the units of the projection used by the lines layer.

qgis:createspatialindex: >
Creates an index to speed up access to the features in a layer based on their spatial location. Support for spatial index creation is dependent on the layer's data provider.
@@ -139,7 +139,7 @@ qgis:densifygeometries:
The number of new vertices to add to each feature geometry is specified as an input parameter.

qgis:densifygeometriesgivenaninterval:
This algorithm takes a polygon or line layer and generaates a new one in which the geometries have a larger number of vertices than the original one.
This algorithm takes a polygon or line layer and generates a new one in which the geometries have a larger number of vertices than the original one.

The number of new vertices depends on the length of the geometry, and is specified as a distance between them. The distance is expressed in the same units used by the layer CRS.

@@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ qgis:distancematrix: >
This algorithms creates a table containing a distance matrix, with distances between all the points in a points layer.

qgis:distancetonearesthub: >
Given a layer with source point and another one representing destination points, this algorithm computes the distance between each source point and the closest detination one.
Given a layer with source point and another one representing destination points, this algorithm computes the distance between each source point and the closest destination one.

The resulting layer can contain only source points with an additional field indicating the distance to the nearest point and the name of the destination point, or lines linking each source point with its nearest destination point.

@@ -201,7 +201,7 @@ qgis:extractspecificnodes: >
Additional fields are added to the nodes indicating the specific node position (e.g., 0, -1, etc), the original node index, distance along the original geometry and bisector angle of node for the original geometry.

qgis:fieldcalculator: >
This algorithm computes a new vector layer with the same features of the input layer, but with an additional attribute. The values of this new attribute are computed from each feature using a mathematical formula, based on te properties and attributes of the feature.
This algorithm computes a new vector layer with the same features of the input layer, but with an additional attribute. The values of this new attribute are computed from each feature using a mathematical formula, based on the properties and attributes of the feature.

qgis:findprojection: >
This algorithm allows creation of a shortlist of possible candidate coordinate reference systems for a layer with an unknown projection.
@@ -217,15 +217,15 @@ qgis:fixeddistancebuffer: >

The end cap style parameter controls how line endings are handled in the buffer.

The join style parameter specifies whether round, mitre or beveled joins should be used when offseting corners in a line.
The join style parameter specifies whether round, mitre or beveled joins should be used when offsetting corners in a line.

The mitre limit parameter is only applicable for mitre join styles, and controls the maximum distance from the offset curve to use when creating a mitred join.

qgis:frequencyanalysis: >
This algorithms generates a table with frequency analysis of the values of a selected attribute from an input vector layer

qgis:geometrybyexpression: >
This algorithm updates existing geometries (or creates new geometries) for input features by use of a QGIS expression. This allows complex geometry modifications which can utilise all the flexibility of the QGIS expression engine to manipulate and create geometries for output features.
This algorithm updates existing geometries (or creates new geometries) for input features by use of a QGIS expression. This allows complex geometry modifications which can utilize all the flexibility of the QGIS expression engine to manipulate and create geometries for output features.

For help with QGIS expression functions, see the inbuilt help for specific functions which is available in the expression builder.

@@ -266,7 +266,7 @@ qgis:joinattributestable: >
The additional attributes and their values are taken from a second vector layer. An attribute is selected in each of them to define the join criteria.

qgis:keepnbiggestparts: >
This algorithms takes a polygon layer and creates a new polygon layer in which multipart goemetries have been removed, leaving only the n largest (in terms of area) parts
This algorithms takes a polygon layer and creates a new polygon layer in which multipart geometries have been removed, leaving only the n largest (in terms of area) parts

qgis:lineintersections:
This algorithm creates point features where the lines in the Intersect layer intersect the lines in the Input layer.
@@ -307,7 +307,7 @@ qgis:multiparttosingleparts: >
This algorithm takes a vector layer with multipart geometries and generates a new one in which all geometries contain a single part. Features with multipart geometries are divided in as many different features as parts the geometry contain, and the same attributes are used for each of them.

qgis:nearestneighbouranalysis: >
This algorithm performs nearest neighbout analysis for a point layer.
This algorithm performs nearest neighbor analysis for a point layer.

Output is generated as an html file with the computed statistical values.

@@ -324,7 +324,7 @@ qgis:offsetline: >

The segments parameter controls the number of line segments to use to approximate a quarter circle when creating rounded offsets.

The join style parameter specifies whether round, mitre or beveled joins should be used when offseting corners in a line.
The join style parameter specifies whether round, mitre or beveled joins should be used when offsetting corners in a line.

The mitre limit parameter is only applicable for mitre join styles, and controls the maximum distance from the offset curve to use when creating a mitred join.

@@ -421,10 +421,10 @@ qgis:randompointsinlayerbounds: >
This algorithm creates a new point layer with a given number of random points, all of them within the extent of a given layer. A distance factor can be specified, to avoid points being too close to each other.

qgis:randompointsinsidepolygonsfixed: >
This algorithms creates a new point layer with random points insides the ppolygons of a given layer. The number of points in each polygon can be defined as a fixed count or as a density value, and it will be the same for all polygons.
This algorithms creates a new point layer with random points insides the polygons of a given layer. The number of points in each polygon can be defined as a fixed count or as a density value, and it will be the same for all polygons.

qgis:randompointsinsidepolygonsvariable: >
This algorithm creates a new point layer with random points insides the ppolygons of a given layer. The number of points in each polygon can be defined as a fixed count or as a density value. The count/density valu is taken from an attribute, so it can be different for each polygons in the input layer.
This algorithm creates a new point layer with random points insides the polygons of a given layer. The number of points in each polygon can be defined as a fixed count or as a density value. The count/density value is taken from an attribute, so it can be different for each polygons in the input layer.

qgis:randomselection: >
This algorithm takes a vector layer and selects a subset of its features. No new layer is generated by this algorithm.
@@ -541,7 +541,7 @@ qgis:sumlinelengths: >
The resulting layer has the same features as the input polygon layer, but with two additional attributes containing the length and count of the lines across each polygon. The names of these two fields can be configured in the algorithm parameters.

qgis:symmetricaldifference: >
This algorithm creates a layer containing features from both the Input and Difference layers but with the overlapping areas between the two layers removed. The attribute table of the Symmetrical Difference layer contains atrributes from both the Input and Difference layers.
This algorithm creates a layer containing features from both the Input and Difference layers but with the overlapping areas between the two layers removed. The attribute table of the Symmetrical Difference layer contains attributes from both the Input and Difference layers.


qgis:texttofloat: >
@@ -759,6 +759,7 @@ atorney:attorney
atribute:attribute
atributed:attributed
atributes:attributes
atrributes:attributes
attachement:attachment
attaindre:attainder
attatch:attach
@@ -1292,6 +1293,7 @@ cleints:clients
clera:clear
clincial:clinical
clinicaly:clinically
clipoing:clipping
closeing:closing
cmoputer:computer
co-incided:coincided
@@ -2115,6 +2117,7 @@ determinining:determining
determins:determines
determinstic:deterministic
determinstically:deterministically
detination:destination
detremental:detrimental
detroy:destroy
detroyed:destroyed
@@ -3112,6 +3115,7 @@ gausian:Gaussian
geneological:genealogical
geneologies:genealogies
geneology:genealogy
generaates:generates
generaly:generally
generater:generator
generaters:generators
@@ -3147,6 +3151,7 @@ glyphes:glyphs
gnawwed:gnawed
godess:goddess
godesses:goddesses
goemetries:geometries
Godounov:Godunov
gogin:going
goign:going
@@ -4315,6 +4320,7 @@ mentionned:mentioned
mercentile:mercantile
mesage:message
mesages:messages
mesaureed:measured
messagin:messaging
messags:messages
messanger:messenger
@@ -4566,6 +4572,7 @@ neigbour:neighbor
neigbourhood:neighbourhood
neigbouring:neighboring
neigbours:neighbors
neighbout:neighbor
neolitic:neolithic
nescessarily:necessarily
nescessary:necessary
@@ -4720,6 +4727,7 @@ officals:officials
officaly:officially
officialy:officially
offred:offered
offseting:offsetting
oftenly:often
ofthe:of the
oging:going
@@ -5191,6 +5199,7 @@ poulations:populations
poverful:powerful
poweful:powerful
powerfull:powerful
ppolygons:polygons
ppublisher:publisher
practial:practical
practially:practically
@@ -7279,6 +7288,7 @@ usetnet:Usenet
usuable:usable
usualy:usually
ususally:usually
utilise:utilize
utilites:utilities
utillities:utilities
utilties:utilities
@@ -7297,6 +7307,7 @@ vailidty:validity
valetta:valletta
validing:validating
valied:valid
valu:value
valuble:valuable
valueable:valuable
varable:variable
@@ -1723,7 +1723,7 @@ QgsExpressionContext QgsComposerMap::createExpressionContext() const
{
QgsExpressionContext context = QgsComposerItem::createExpressionContext();

//Can't utilise QgsExpressionContextUtils::mapSettingsScope as we don't always
//Can't utilize QgsExpressionContextUtils::mapSettingsScope as we don't always
//have a QgsMapSettings object available when the context is required, so we manually
//add the same variables here
QgsExpressionContextScope *scope = new QgsExpressionContextScope( tr( "Map Settings" ) );

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