[talk-au] PSMA Administrative Boundaries

Joel H. joelh at disroot.org
Sun Nov 11 13:39:59 UTC 2018


Just downloaded to take a look, Most seem right.

In order to QA something like this, taking random samples won't help
since any number of errors would be small.

Does the script currently check for a byte-to-byte match of the name=*
text? I think that should be the determining faction of adding a node to
the relation. The remaining un-merged entries can be determined manually.


On 10/11/18 10:44 am, Andrew Davidson wrote:
> If you want to start working on something I have had a go at matching
> place nodes:
>
> http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/Dy3
>
> with the corresponding admin_level 10 boundaries:
>
> https://github.com/FrakGart/TestAdmin10Labels
>
> These have been matched by finding the best matching place node by
> name within a bbox 150% the size of the admin boundary. In the cases
> where there are more than one perfect match the first one the program
> encountered is used.
>
> Needs reviewing to see if the most appropriate node has been selected.
> Particularly where a town/city node has been selected: do we need to
> add a suburb node? (or do we use the same node for city and suburb eg:
> Brisbane)
>
> This is v1.0, I was planning to see if I could flag if the selected
> node is inside/outside the boundaries (eg: Mount Isa) and also look
> for duplicate place nodes (ie: same name appearing on different values
> of place).
>
>
> On 7/11/18 2:57 pm, Joel H. wrote:
>> How are we with our import plan on the wiki, Do we have any blockers
>> stopping the PSMA import?
>>
>> I think we should start setting dates state-by-state for import.
>>
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