[talk-ph] Admin Boundary and Coastline

Marloue Pidor murlwe at mail2Engineer.com
Fri May 20 03:27:54 BST 2011


Hi Eugene, I find it easier if the Barangay boundaries be extendend to
the City/Municipal boundary, City/Municipal boundary be extended to the
Provincial boundary, Provincial boundary to the Country boundary. This
is just a suggestion for the coastal areas as you said to map out the
exact municipal and provincial waters. If you notice here,
http://osm.org/go/4sY75GPk-- the admin boundaries are clamped to the
shoreline and creating the same to the island when we can include those
island to the municipal boundary. I'm suggesting this because on a GIS
point of view, it is easier to look for places when it is placed inside
boundaries.

murlwe


<-----Original Message-----> 
From: Eugene Alvin Villar [seav80 at gmail.com]
>Sent: 5/19/2011 10:13:33 PM
>To: murlwe at mail2engineer.com
>Cc: 
>Subject: Re: [talk-ph] Admin Boundary and Coastline
>
>There's no real need. The idea is that in the future we would be able
>to map out the exact municipal and provincial waters. But until then,
>making the admin boundaries just tackle land for the moment is
>manageable since data is much more readily available.
>
>Please reply if you have other suggestions. :)
>
>
>On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 8:23 PM, Marloue Pidor
<murlwe at mail2engineer.com> 
>wrote:
>> Is there a need to clamp the admin boundaries to the coastline?
>.
> 


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