Let's assume that you have the following table in Excel:
The QGIS attribute table:
You have two options to append the last column from the first table to the QGIS attribute table.
The first option is straightforward; open the
.dbf file and copy/paste the column (similar to how you'll do it in Excel). If you have errors while trying to save your data, go to the second option.
Notice that to be able to do the join, both tables need a common field.
Unionstab. Click on the plus green button and join the
Nameslayer using the field in common.
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