[talk-au] Talk-au Digest, Vol 160, Issue 14

Warren warren at specialtyfeeds.com.au
Wed Oct 21 01:58:11 UTC 2020

Hi John
I use  JOSM.  Any file format that I can bring in as a layer would be 
fine.   I can then select, copy and paste the tracings into an active 
layer for upload, checking as I go.  Certainly faster than tracing by hand.
I am not sure when JOSM get chocked by file size, but say Perth or the 
South West of WA may be enough of a reduction.

On 21/10/2020 9:20 am, John Bryant wrote:
> Hi Warren, I could probably help with this. What would be a good size 
> for a chunk? What would be a useful format?
> On Wed, 21 Oct 2020 at 07:21, Warren <warren at specialtyfeeds.com.au 
> <mailto:warren at specialtyfeeds.com.au>> wrote:
>     Hi
>     I am in the eastern suburbs of Perth where minimal buildings have
>     been
>     traced.  I would be happy to check trace data in my area, lets
>     face it
>     hand tracing is not much fun  and very time consuming.  I think some
>     inaccuracies are acceptable, they can be modified as they become
>     apparent.
>     The data at
>     https://github.com/microsoft/AustraliaBuildingFootprints
>     <https://github.com/microsoft/AustraliaBuildingFootprints> is
>     much too large for me to handle.
>     Is  someone more skillful than me able to break this data set into
>     bite
>     sized chunks?
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