[HOT] Pulling data associated with a #hashtag
andrew.r.buck at gmail.com
Sat Oct 18 13:26:05 UTC 2014
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I don't think there is any way to do this directly. There is the
thing Pierre recommended in the other email about showing the
changesets but that doesn't get you the actual data itself though.
What you could do is something like a two step process where you first
get a list of all the changesets (or usernames) associated with that
hashtag, and then as a second step use another tool (there are some
for changesets but not sure what they are) like overpass (overpass
works for usernames) and then you can pull the associated data.
The hashtags going into changeset comments thing is something we do,
but unfortunately there is very little actual infrastructure to use
A final option would be to write a small script that parses through
the minutely (or daily) diffs for the time period you are interested,
and then pulls any data in the associated changesets that have that
hashtag. I don't think such a script exists but it wouldn't be hard
to write it I think.
Hope this helps, and maybe someone will know a bit more specifics
about how this might be done, but I am afraid what you are doing just
doesn't yet have a straightforward way to solve it at the moment.
On 10/17/2014 08:47 PM, Choquette, Patrick wrote:
> Hello Everyone-
> Can anyone point me to some resources on how to pull data from OSM
> associated with a hashtag? I am at a hackathon and we are trying to
> do some visualizations of #peacecorps data.
> Thanks Patrick
> *Patrick Choquette* Director of Innovation, Peace Corps 1111 20th
> Street NW | Washington, DC 20526 202.294.8978 |
> pchoquette at peacecorps.gov RPCV Ghana 2005-2007
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