[Talk-GB] Map of Trace data, was: Re: Stitching Aerial Photographs (John Robert Peterson)
mark.666 at blueyonder.co.uk
Fri Sep 25 08:34:40 BST 2009
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Phil James wrote:
> Thanks for that, but bearing in mind I am not a programmer, how does it
> help me? :-\
> I don't know the ID for any tracks there may or may not be in the area i
> (may) want to map, and I can't find a way in OSM to reveal any GPS trace
> ID other than a GPS Trace filename, (not even with my own traces).
> if there is a way to reveal the ID, please let me know.
> Phil James
> OJ W wrote:
>> On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 7:59 PM, Phil James <peerjay56 at googlemail.com> wrote:
>>> John Robert Peterson wrote:
>>> Do we have anything that will draw map tiles of the trace data? (I'd like
>>> this for another project anyway: checking whether traces exist for an area
>>> when out with a mobile device)
>> if it's a public gpx, then look for it at http://dev.openstreetmap.org/~ojw/gpx
There was a Mapping party last November, and we all uploaded GPS public
traces tagged with Stratford-upon-avon, iirc, to OSM - so going to the
traces library & searching on that tag should net a good haul of GPS
data, and it covers the whole area.
You can then download them as gpx files & play with them.
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