[Talk-it] Openaddresses [Fwd: Re: Documentation on data model]
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Ven 28 Mar 2014 17:51:14 UTC
Non è tutto oro quel che luccica...
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Da: "ingalls" <nicholas.ingalls at gmail.com>
Data: 27/mar/2014 17:06
Oggetto: Re: Documentation on data model
A: "Alex Barth" <alex at mapbox.com>
Cc: "Ian Dees" <ian.dees at gmail.com>, <pg.cipriano at gmail.com>
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I am currently working on getting all of the data that we currently
have into csv files with a minimum of a lon & lat (In EPSG:4326),
street number and street name. After the addresses are in a
standardized format, I intend to write modules to convert to more
formats in addition to CSV. I'd love to know about possible use cases
you have for the data and what formats and data best suit your needs.
On Thu 27 Mar 2014 01:00:11 PM ADT, Alex Barth wrote:
> Piergiorgio -
> You don't find a documentation on the data model because there isn't a
> unified data model (yet). Right now OpenAddresses offers a download of
> all the source data we track - just as they come in their formats and
> schemas. For a normalized format watch Nick's work
> in https://github.com/openaddresses/openaddresses-conform
> > I've just came across in Openaddresses project and I am not able to
find out any
> > documentation about data model (nor format).
> > Where may I find it?
> > I don't want to download 1.9Gb of data just to understand the structure?
> > Have you got any metadata also explaining quality and lineage?
> > Thanks in advance
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