[Talk-us] Comparing Tiger 2017 dataset with OSM in a automatedway.

Greg Morgan dr.kludge.gm at gmail.com
Thu Oct 26 17:54:55 UTC 2017

On Thu, Oct 26, 2017 at 2:40 AM, Badita Florin <baditaflorin at gmail.com>

> Did not had time to look at each individual state, but i will share the
> insight for Arizona :
> Feel free to look at the other states.
> And please, if you want me to run this on any public dataset, just tell
> me, I will help you create a translation file, and we can compare any SHP
> with OSM, and get the results.
Uploaded on the google drive folder Arizona, the result size is 267 MB XML
> https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7aOUf0DFRnLU3hUWFNu
> S05JS2c?usp=sharing
> There seems to be some new neighborhoods that were constructed/ are being
> constructed added to this TIGER 2017 release.


Bless your little heart!  Finally, there are some real analysis without
saying imports are bad and they kill the community.  The problem that you
have found is that metro Phoenix is building again--going gang
busters. Phoenix alone just surpassed Philadelphia as the 5th largest city
in the US. Some of the examples you provided look like the subdivisions
that went bankrupt during the subprime rate recession.  Developers are
working these subdivisions again.  You can see a glimpse of the roof tiles
on this subdivision that collapsed during the subprime rate debacle but is
actively being built right now.

It is not just roads where the growth and change is happening.  Iconic
buildings--as far as Phoenix goes--are being plowed under for apartment
July 2016
October 2017

I would only bore you to death with more examples of both.

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