[Talk-GB] UPRN Locations Map

Nick nick at foresters.org
Mon Jul 6 11:09:26 UTC 2020

I went for the crude approach as my computer is not that powerful, so I 
split the CSV into chunks and imported batches into QGIS with 
county/postcode boundaries as my interest is trying to understand how 
the UPRNs have been batched. Not elegant but means that I now can focus 
on our area and identify those UPRNs that are most useful to me for 
plotting missing rural properties. I can then write a script to only 
give me those UPRNs of interest. As I say, crude but useful to me as I 
can now start to match addresses to UPRN when I add properties.

On 05/07/2020 20:56, Kai Michael Poppe - OSM wrote:
> On 05.07.2020 18:45, Kai Michael Poppe - OSM wrote:
>> On 05.07.2020 17:51, Andy Mabbett wrote:
>>> Naive question - can that be added as a layer in JOSM? If so, how?
>> I'll have to check whether I can manage that anyway with the new server
>> now. Will come back to this.
> Meh. 3 hours in, every possible lead I had didn't bring me closer to
> setting up the UPRN data in the same way.
> Having 6 GiB of GeoPackage or 2 GiB of MySQL data doesn't make working
> with the data any easier.
> I will look out for help from the GeoServer people during the week,
> watch this space :)
> K
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