[Talk-GB] Question regarding mapping inaccuracies.

Chris Andrew cjhandrew at gmail.com
Fri May 29 15:48:19 BST 2009


Nice app, Ed.  I'll get to work in my area and try to resolve some of
the issues.  This could be really useful if more people knew about it.
 Hopefully they do, now.

Cheers,

Chris.

2009/5/29 Ed Loach <ed at loach.me.uk>:
>> My question is, can we (do we?) automate the
>
>> checking of roads to ensure they are connected to something,
>
>> and if
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>> not, is it possible to highlight them, rather like unnamed
>
>> roads can
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>> be shown in red?
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>
>
> I don’t think it can be automated as only the person mapping it will
> probably know whether the roads should join or just finish very close.
> However, there are various validation tools. I quite like this one:
>
>
>
> http://keepright.ipax.at/report_map.php?ch30=30&ch40=40&ch50=50&ch60=60&ch70=70&ch80=80&ch90=90&ch100=100&ch110=110&ch120=120&ch130=130&ch150=150&ch160=160&ch170=170&ch180=180&lat=51.882737264776765&lon=1.1194146128160305&zoom=11&requery=requery
>
>
>
> And check what it displays every now and then. Almost-junctions are the ones
> that would indicate possible unjoined ways (I've just found 5 from the above
> URL and fixed them - I've not checked the crowd of them on Brightlingsea
> yet).
>
>
>
> Ed
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>



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