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    Thanks very much Nick for the resource. This has also answered some
    additional questions that I had on vectorisation standards. I must
    has missed this page when I following the tutorials.<br>
    <br>
    Graham<br>
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    On 04/05/15 14:26, Nick Allen wrote:<br>
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      <p dir="ltr">Excuse the dodgy typing from my phone.</p>
      <p dir="ltr">This may help</p>
      <p dir="ltr"><a moz-do-not-send="true"
          href="http://learnosm.org/en/coordination/remote/#highways---how-to-map">http://learnosm.org/en/coordination/remote/#highways---how-to-map</a></p>
      <p dir="ltr">Nick</p>
      <p dir="ltr">Volunteer 'Tallguy' for <a moz-do-not-send="true"
          href="https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Humanitarian_OSM_Team">https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Humanitarian_OSM_Team</a></p>
      <p dir="ltr"><a moz-do-not-send="true"
          href="http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/Tallguy">http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/Tallguy</a></p>
      <p dir="ltr">Treasurer, website & Bonus Ball admin for <a
          moz-do-not-send="true"
          href="http://www.6thswanleyscouts.org.uk/">http://www.6thswanleyscouts.org.uk/</a>
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          href="mailto:treasurer@6thswanleyscouts.org.uk">treasurer@6thswanleyscouts.org.uk</a>)</p>
      <div class="gmail_quote">On 4 May 2015 06:07, "graham" <<a
          moz-do-not-send="true" href="mailto:graham@klunky.co.uk">graham@klunky.co.uk</a>>
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            <p style="margin-bottom:0pt;margin-top:0pt"><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'">Hi,</span><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'"></span></p>
            <p style="margin-bottom:0pt;margin-top:0pt"><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'"> </span></p>
            <p style="margin-bottom:0pt;margin-top:0pt"><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'">I am new the HOT OSM as well, and am also finding line work not aligned to imagery.</span><span
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            <p style="margin-bottom:0pt;margin-top:0pt"><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'"> </span></p>
            <p style="margin-bottom:0pt;margin-top:0pt"><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'">An example might be a line that has been delineated generally following the road but plotted either side of the pixels representing the road. In such a case, I would<br>
initially presume that the scale at which the user delineated the road was too small. </span><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'"></span></p>
            <p style="margin-bottom:0pt;margin-top:0pt"><span
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            <p style="margin-bottom:0pt;margin-top:0pt"><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'">This begs the question, is there a standard scale at which we need to interpret the imagery? Is there official documentation or a blog on guidelines on this subject? </span><span
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            <p style="margin-bottom:0pt;margin-top:0pt"><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'">  </span><span
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            <p style="margin-bottom:0pt;margin-top:0pt"><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'"> </span></p>
            <p style="margin-bottom:0pt;margin-top:0pt"><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'">Graham</span><span
                style="font-size:12.0000pt;font-family:'Calibri'"></span></p>
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              <pre>Hi Joshua,
if you do the "fix alignment", you actually move the image, not the data. As far as I know usually Bing is used as the reference imagery, so I would not adjust that. If the other shapes are not aligned, the other people have probably used different imagery and not adjusted that.

Probably there are only some shapes in the wrong place, not all? Then you can adjust those manually or ignore them and ad your features with the default alignment.

Experts jump in please, if I am wrong here.



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                <pre>Gesendet: Sonntag, 03. Mai 2015 um 23:45 Uhr
Von: "Joshua Kennedy" <a moz-do-not-send="true" href="mailto:shuaDK@clovermail.net" target="_blank"><shuaDK@clovermail.net></a>
An: <a moz-do-not-send="true" href="mailto:hot@openstreetmap.org" target="_blank">hot@openstreetmap.org</a>
Betreff: [HOT] data alignment to satellite imagery

Hi

I'm new to HOT and I'm using the iD editor.
I'm looking at an area that has shapes which do not align with the  
Bing imagery.  Should I use the "fix alignment" tool before I add  
additional data or just add the features as they appear with the  
current alignment?

Thanks

Joshua

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