[HOT] Mali Activation Follow-up

Stéphane Henriod stephanebek at gmail.com
Mon Feb 25 03:33:50 UTC 2013

Hi Pierre

>> People with some expertise in Spatial analysis in QGIS could be of great
help to analyze data produced by the Crowdsource application.

What kind of analysis are you looking for?


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On Feb 25, 2013 4:35 AM, "Pierre Béland" <pierzenh at yahoo.fr> wrote:

> Humanitarians are starting to access villages in north of Mali and we
> coordinate with them to support their activities.  HOT contributors are
> working on datafiles for various Public services, trying to geolocate these
> infrastructures.  We are working closely with OCHA coordinator in Bamako
> and started last week discussion with Clusters. The first discussion was
> with the WASH coordination Cluster for water and sanitation. We have
> exchange about our experiences geolocating various infrastructures and ways
> to improve coordinattion eand exchange of information.
> Tomorrow at 16:30 GMT a second discussion is scheduled with the Education
> Cluster on the irc   irc://irc.oftc.net/hot.
> In such a vast and complex territory to map, we have made substantial
> progress. But there is still a lot to do. Thanks to all of those who come
> on the irc, discuss and help in development of tools.
> Detecting villages in the vast and semi-desertic territory north of Mopti
> is still a priority. Nicolas Alvarez of HOT has proposed to use Crowsource
> of Imagery recognition for villages and dams and developped an
> application.  While this is still experimental, it gives very interesting
> results.  Pierre Giraud have adapted the Task Manager to accept Special
> micro-tasks defined from the result of this Crowdsource exercise. Instead
> of having contiguous micro-task tiles, we have tiles only where villages
> were detected.
> Others contributors are participate to the development on the irc irc://
> irc.oftc.net/hot proposing various ways to deal with imagery
> recognition.  People with some expertise in Spatial analysis in QGIS could
> be of great help to analyze data produced by the Crowdsource application.
> Map that shows the result of the Crowsourcing at
> http://pgiraud.cartodb.com/tables/mali_crowdsource_waypoints/embed_map?title=true&description=true&search=false&shareable=false&cartodb_logo=true&sql=
> GPX file result of the Crowdsource tool at
> http://harrywood.dev.openstreetmap.org/africaplaces/missingplaces_tm_198.gpx
> You can contribute by mapping selecting tasks through the Tasking Manager.
> I invite you to test the
> Task Manager job based on these Crowdsourcing results.
> http://tasks.hotosm.org/job/198
> You can also pass the word that people with no experience can contribute
> by Crowdsourcing of Imagery recognition. This application is very simple.
> We either click on the image where we see a village, or click to move to
> the next image.
> See http://stuff.povaddict.com.ar/mali-crowdsource/
> Pierre
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