[HOT] [OSM-talk] A tool for picking up settlements tagged as a single building?

john whelan jwhelan0112 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 25 18:34:27 UTC 2017


Probably what I'm after is something that I can load up a chunk of map at a
time say a quarter of an African country from the daily dump in JOSM then a
selection based on building=yes with a certain minimum size would areasize
work for that?  Then I can use the todo list to check them one at a time.

What sort of value would I drop into areasize?  Or could I get a sample
size from <crtl>i ?

Thanks John

On 25 March 2017 at 13:43, Pierre Béland <pierzenh at yahoo.fr> wrote:

> Hi John,
>
> The OSM Changeset Analyzer let's select bbox and option parameters
> including big building. To test if it provides too many positive answers.
> There could be an other option for very big buildings??
>
> example with reason 34 Large buildings
> http://osmcha.mapbox.com/?bbox=9.272%2C-13.496%2C43.901%2C6.
> 315&is_suspect=False&is_whitelisted=True&checked=All&reasons=34
>
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> Pierre
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> *Objet :* [OSM-talk] A tool for picking up settlements tagged as a single
> building?
>
> It's something I've noticed in Africa so its probably not putting new
> mappers through a month's training first but many villages have been mapped
> but tagged as a single building with building=yes.
>
> They aren't grouped together but rural Africa doesn't have that many large
> foot print buildings so it should be possible to pick them out based on
> location and size.
>
> Any thoughts on how to pick them out?
>
> Thanks John
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