[Talk-dk] MapRoulette challenges for Denmark
andrew_wiseman at apple.com
Tir Feb 25 18:11:48 UTC 2020
This is Andrew again from Apple. I wanted to let everyone know that we just updated the MapRoulette challenges related to road network issues in Denmark with new OSM data.
You can find the challenges in this MapRoulette project: https://maproulette.org/browse/projects/39285 and they include things like overly sharp road angles, roads that cross but aren’t connected, roads that aren’t connected to anything, overlapping roads, turn restrictions, roads that are close but not connected to others, and other similar issues. I plan to work on some of them myself too.
If you haven’t used it before, MapRoulette lets you go through potential issues in OSM data one by one and either correct them or indicate they are not a problem. The challenges were created with our Atlas data analysis tool: https://github.com/osmlab/atlas <https://github.com/osmlab/atlas>.
If you aren’t sure what challenge to try, sharp angles or crossing roads are probably the easiest but they should all be fairly straightforward.
Please let me know if you have any suggestions or feedback. Thank you!
Andrew Wiseman | Maps | iPhone: +1.202.270.4464 | andrew_wiseman at apple.com <mailto:andrew_wiseman at apple.com>
> On Apr 12, 2019, at 10:07 AM, Andrew Wiseman via Talk-dk <talk-dk at openstreetmap.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> It looks like those are finished, so I created a few more, which are mostly related to routing or unconnected roads. Here they are if you want to take a look. I have been working on them too.
> Connectivity check means roads that are near each other but not connected, floating way is way (usually a road) that isn’t connected to anything else, crossing ways are ways that cross but don't share a node or vertex, and impossible routing and sink islands are places where you can’t route into or out of, usually due to one ways, highway types or unconnected roads. (Some may be pedestrian, which is ok.)
> * Denmark Connectivity Check: https://maproulette.org/challenge/4089 <https://maproulette.org/challenge/4089>
> * Denmark Floating Way Check: https://maproulette.org/challenge/4090 <https://maproulette.org/challenge/4090>
> * Denmark Crossing Ways: https://maproulette.org/challenge/4091 <https://maproulette.org/challenge/4091>
> * Denmark Impossible Routing and Sink Islands: https://maproulette.org/challenge/4088 <https://maproulette.org/challenge/4088>
> Let me know what you think!
> Andrew Wiseman | Maps | andrew_wiseman at apple.com <mailto:andrew_wiseman at apple.com>
>> On Dec 20, 2018, at 11:12 AM, Andrew Wiseman <andrew_wiseman at apple.com <mailto:andrew_wiseman at apple.com>> wrote:
>> Oops, I pasted the wrong links:
>> https://maproulette.org/mr3/browse/challenges/3425 <https://maproulette.org/mr3/browse/challenges/3425> is building-road intersections
>> https://maproulette.org/mr3/browse/challenges/3427 <https://maproulette.org/mr3/browse/challenges/3427> is sharp angles.
>> Sorry about that.
>> Andrew Wiseman | Maps | andrew_wiseman at apple.com <mailto:andrew_wiseman at apple.com>
>>> On Dec 19, 2018, at 1:21 PM, Andrew Wiseman <andrew_wiseman at apple.com <mailto:andrew_wiseman at apple.com>> wrote:
>>> Hello OSM Denmark,
>>> This is Andrew from Apple’s Maps team. We’ve been working on the a few road issues and buildings for some time (https://github.com/osmlab/appledata/issues/69 <https://github.com/osmlab/appledata/issues/69> and https://github.com/osmlab/appledata/issues/118 <https://github.com/osmlab/appledata/issues/118>) and recently used our Atlas data analysis tool (https://github.com/osmlab/atlas <https://github.com/osmlab/atlas>) to look for a few types of potential issues, such as roads with sharp angles and buildings that intersect roads. I posted the results of those checks on MapRoulette, a tool that lets you go through potential issues one by one and either correct them or indicate they are not a problem. I wanted to let you know they are available in case others wanted to try fixing some of them — I also plan to go through some of them myself.
>>> In MapRoulette you can either pick a random task to fix or click on a specific one. If you want to do tasks around a certain location, such as somewhere you are familiar with, you can click “more options” then “load tasks by proximity.”
>>> The checks are:
>>> - Sharp angles (only 6 total): https://maproulette.org/mr3/challenge/3421 <https://maproulette.org/mr3/challenge/3421>
>>> - Building-road intersections: https://maproulette.org/mr3/challenge/3423 <https://maproulette.org/mr3/challenge/3423>
>>> Let me know if you have any questions or feedback.
>>> Thank you,
>>> Andrew Wiseman | Maps | andrew_wiseman at apple.com <mailto:andrew_wiseman at apple.com>
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