[HOT] [Ebola] Import of 14, 020 United Nations Mission in Liberia place nodes

Ralf Stephan gtrwst9 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 25 13:45:18 UTC 2014

Hamlets can have farm names too as it seems. People add buildings, I
On 25 Sep 2014 03:32, "Rafael Avila Coya" <ravilacoya at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Ralf.
> A farm could be isolated_dwelling?
> About unmil:id nobody noticed that. I would quite do id1;id2 and add it to
> the workflow wiki.
> Still travelling for a few days in a row, so answering with my phone
> whenever I get a wifi spot, so sorry for the brevity.
> Cheers,
> Rafael.
>  El 24/09/2014 23:28, "Ralf Stephan" <gtrwst9 at gmail.com> escribió:
>> ​Hello,
>> I would like to share some thoughts and experiences on this import task.​
>>    - ​Landsat-8 imagery can only sometimes prove existence of a hamlet.
>>    This may be due to the small size of UNMIL sourced places in general, but
>>    there are also resolution issues. so there is quite some number of
>>    place=unknown from the UNMIL data, the percentage practically corresponding
>>    to 100 minus the Bing coverage in the square.​
>>>>    - Alternatively to setting
>>>>    place=unknown
>>    ​ beforehand, I went ​
>>    in a final pass through
>>    ​a list filtered with ​"
>>    fixme
>>    ​:​
>>    Location
>>    ​ -
>>>>    place=unknown -source=GNS" to​
>>    make sure they are
>>    ​set. That's a bit less involved IMHO than having to set hamlet
>>    manually.
>>>>>>    - Some hamlets with person names seem to be neighborhoods but often
>>    it is undecidable if a single farm is meant or a nearby village without
>>    name.
>>    - The Wiki workflow page is unclear on unmil:ids when merging two
>>    UNMIL nodes but probably that would be ="id1;id2". Any objections against
>>    adding it to the Wiki?
>> ​If I do something wrong please don't hesitate to criticize.
>> Regards,​
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