## Intro

Hei the Internet! I’m going to introduce a complete tutorial on how to create a geoJSNO file from a floor plan image.

### Tools

• QGIS 2.14
• Plugins:
• Copy_Coords
• Digitizing Tools
• OpenLayers Plugin
• QuickMultiAttributeEdit
• Bamboo Tablet Pencil: You DON’T wanna use a mouse for this, seriously.
• geojson.io: For testing the geoJSON files you created.

### Final Output

This is what you are going to get at the end of this tutorial.

### Original Floor Plan(TIF)

This is the original floor plan file which I’m going to use. I’m going to convert it into TIF. You can use GhostScript for conversion. It’s a command line tool and the following command will do all the work for you. Really, don’t use online PDF converters. They SUCK – low resolution & large file size.

gs -q -dNOPAUSE -sDEVICE=tiffg4 -sOutputFile=a.tif foo.pdf -c quit


## Get your hands dirty

This part is mostly based on eeGeo’s README.

You can either read the text guide of eeGeo’s or watch my video tutorials:

## Last words

If you think it takes you too long to draw one floor, you are doing it right. It took me a lot of time to get used to using QGIS and it still takes me more than 8 hours to draw the floor in the video. Remember that good things take time :)