[OSM-talk-ie] Importing CVS
dermotm at gmail.com
Wed Oct 7 20:27:45 BST 2009
Seems like great news. The obvious question here - is it's licence
compatible with CC-SA? Also, if I'm reading you right, we'll end up
with a load of points that appear somewhere (half way?) along the
length of the road in question. This would be very handy, as it'll
help us spot missing roads.
As to getting them imported, JOSM has a dataimport plugin about which
claims to support "many" file formats, so you'd imagine CSV would be
in there. Although I have it installed, I can't spot any way to
actually use it. I'll persevere, though.
2009/10/7 Karl Grant <karlgrant06 at gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
> I've managed to get my hands on a list of all the local roads in longford;
> basically it's the location of the road label (Northing, Eastings) taken from
> their GIS system. I have converted this to Lat / Long using a MapQuest
> Is there any way that I can import this CSV list into JOSM and upload them as
> nodes to OSM for others to use.
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