[Talk-GB] Quarterly project - Feedback to Food Standards Agency?
gregrs at fastmail.co.uk
Fri Apr 21 07:21:09 UTC 2017
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>> A while someone said the Food Standards Agency were aware of the
>> FHRS quarterly project & would welcome feedback or any errors. Did
>> anything get formalised? I've a file of data for my area to pass on,
>> but obtaining a contact within my Local Authority is proving rather
I haven't formalised anything either, but I would be happy to provide
CSV files from database queries if that would help e.g. a list of FHRS
establishments marked on the comparison tool as having a postcode error.
One other problem with FHRS data that doesn't show up on the comparison
tool is a duplicate FHRS ID (because these fail the primary key
constraint on import and are therefore dropped). I can get a list of
these from running the server scripts manually if that would help.
>I haven't done anything with the data, but I've generally made a point
>of adding not:addr:postcode=* when I came across an incorrect postcode
>in the FHRS data. If others did the same, the comparison tool at
>http://gregrs.dev.openstreetmap.org/fhrs/ could presumably make use of
>such tags and provide a list of postcode errors for each district. (It
>could also use the presence of such a tag to suppress/de-emphasize the
>postcode mismatch errors it reports.
Thanks for that idea, Robert. I have added an issue on GitHub
<https://github.com/gregrs-uk/python-fhrs-osm/issues/44>. I won't have
time to add this feature in the near future but may be able to have a
look over the summer. Contributions from others are always welcome, of
In the meantime, I guess we could create an Overpass Turbo query for
entities with both an fhrs:id and not:addr:postcode tag to generate a
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