[OSM-talk-ie] Anne Karoline's YouTube Channel
ciaran.staunton at gmail.com
Thu Aug 5 22:07:17 UTC 2021
I just wanted to commend Anne for the great work on her Youtube channel. I
know there is a historical leaning to most of it, but she is really showing
how to approach thematic mapping of certain features that would be "lesser
spotted", but uses the apps we all use to help her capture stuff in the
field, and add to it when she gets it on the desktop.
While the content does centre around a theme the channel is important
nonetheless, as it shows how to add to the richness/diversity to the
database. Supplant the subject matter that she is capturing and replace
that with bike-racks, defibulators, house numbers, specialist services and
you have a super example of how to use a variety of approaches to capture
information. The latest video is about mapping lime kilns, which has a
great context explanation, including what they were used for, how they were
laid out etc.
Keep up the good work!
To see her channel just seach for "OSM for History Buffs" in the YouTube
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