[talk-au] Manipulating ABS suburb data, and related data..

Franc Carter franc.carter at gmail.com
Fri Apr 17 05:10:32 BST 2009


I totally agee that it's a good idea to work this out, I've been silent on
the matter because I'm far from clear
as to what is a good approach.

I'm currently wrestling with trying to get a handle on how we can tell
whether the ABS data is more geographically
accurate than yahoo or other data (not necessairly whether it is an accuate
reflection of the boundaries)

So, yes - thoughts please

cheers

On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 2:05 PM, Ian Sergeant <isergean at hih.com.au> wrote:

>
> Okay - so the ABS data is in.  Moving the Murrumbidgee appears successful.
>
> Can we document a process for how we treat this data and the data
> surrounding it.
>
> Firstly, is it generally desirable for it to align with other data?  For
> example coastline and riverbanks, where it is apparent that it should
> align?
>
> If so, do we reuse the same ways, and just apply the relation?
>
> If so, and in a particular case we are confident that the ABS data isn't
> correctly aligned to a feature - say a coastline - how do we indicate that
> it is altered on the relation?
>
> Perhaps if we have a standard way of doing this, we can put it on the wiki
> somwhere.
>
> Any thoughts?
>
> Ian.
>
>
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Franc
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