[Talk-africa] New paint style for JOSM to help visualize data and identify issues
kateregga1 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 17 14:17:16 UTC 2020
Thank you for sharing about the new paint styles, data quality is very
important, very many times mappers focus more on data quantity without
looking at the quality.
Would you be willing to jump on a webinar with the OSM Africa community to
show us how the Map Paint styles work?
We normally meet on Mondays at 16.00 hours UTC.
On Fri, Feb 14, 2020 at 1:09 AM Andrew Wiseman via Talk-africa <
talk-africa at openstreetmap.org> wrote:
> I'm happy to announce that we are releasing a new JOSM paint style with a
> number of data quality and tag checks. The paint style is designed for
> easier visualization of road networks, buildings and points of interest. It
> also highlights potential data problems and errors, such as missing or
> incorrect tags, geometry issues, and other related checks.
> The style shows the same tags as the JOSM default style, so you can use it
> alone or with another paint style of your choosing.
> More specifically, it helps with visualizing
> - Highways
> - Bridges & tunnels
> - Highway ref tags and route relations
> - Points of interest
> - Street names
> - Place names
> - Pedestrian ways and tags
> - Access tags
> - Buildings
> - Addresses
> And it includes various settings and inline validation tools to better
> identify data errors and inconsistencies, such as issues with
> - Roundabouts
> - Buildings
> - One-way roads
> - Geometry and topology such as overlaps, connections, and other issues
> Installation and usage instructions are posted here:
> This paint style will also work with our earlier inline validation paint
> style that we presented at SOTM Africa in Kampala in 2017:
> Thanks, and let me know if you have any questions or feedback.
> Andrew Wiseman | Maps | iPhone: +1.202.270.4464 |
> andrew_wiseman at apple.com
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