[Talk-us] Address data for Miami Florida United States
jlevente89 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 12 20:17:31 UTC 2018
As far as licenses go, these datasets are public domain so no other action
As for all the other things, we gave this project a try in 2016 and
imported a large chunk of Large Buildings with address points back then. It
was meant to be a community project where we aimed to engage local mappers
in OSM activities, too. This other objective was not fully achieved, though.
Anyway, here are a few resources that you might find useful.
Import account: https://www.openstreetmap.org/user/MiamiBuildingsImport
Tool: https://github.com/jlevente/MiamiOSM-buildings (for your #2 and #3)
The Tasking Manager we used to coordinate follow ups and quality checks is
currently offline (but I still have the database).
+1 An open access publication summarizing the finding, more from an
academic point of view:
Juhász, Levente, and Hartwig H. Hochmair. "OSM Data Import as an Outreach
Tool to Trigger Community Growth? A Case Study in Miami." ISPRS
International Journal of Geo-Information 7.3 (2018): 113.
On Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 3:55 PM mangokm40 <mangokm40 at protonmail.com> wrote:
> OK, after speaking to some folks, I am here:
> 1. Permission:
> There's an address on their website (GIS at miamidade.gov). I asked
> them specifically about availability for openstreetmap.org. I got
> a response from the lady in charge (I know her) that said:
> "The data is freely available for download and use with the
> understanding that it is not guaranteed to be accurate, correct, or
> complete and conclusions drawn from such information are the sole
> responsibility of the user."
> I saved the email, in case it is needed.
> 2. Which data:
> Originally, I thought a "point" layer for all addresses would be great
> because it would allow address search without the weight of a full
> polygon. I've been told OSM prefers address tags on buildings.
> Thus, it's 2 layers we would need:
> a) address with point representation:
> b) building footprint polygons:
> 3. Things that need to be done, which I know how to do:
> The data needs to be "massaged".
> The address data includes "condo". Thus, it has an address for each
> unit in a building. That needs to be trimmed to just one street
> address per building.
> Address abbreviations need to be converted. (ie. 1234 NW 33rd Ct needs
> to become 1234 Northwest 33 Court).
> 4. Things that need to be done, which I don't know how to do:
> ALMOST EVERYTHING. :)
> Some building footprints already exist and some of them have an
> address. There would need to be a way to determine duplication.
> I have AutoCad & ESRI experience, but know nothing of OSM data & tools.
> I don't know any local people that are doing this. Is there a way to
> find them?
> Thanks to all who have already helped me.
> ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
> On Tuesday, 11 September 2018 12:22, Rihards richlv at nakts.net wrote:
> > On 2018.09.11. 19:13, mangokm40 wrote:
> > > This is my first post. Be gentle, if I fail some etiquette test. :)
> > > I was testing the "maps.me" application and noticed address search
> > > didn't work. It turns out it was a data problem. OSM doesn't have all
> > > the addresses for Miami (Dade county), Florida. This surprised me
> > > because our county makes this information available to the public.
> > > The main dataset I thought would be useful can be found here:
> > > https://gis-mdc.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/address-with-condo
> > > As a point feature class, I figure it could be lightweight and allow
> > > search for ANY address in the county. The data can be downloaded in
> > > or SHP format. The license link displays this:
> > > "Miami-Dade County provides this data for use "as is". The areas
> > > depicted by this map/data are approximate, and are not accurate to
> > > surveying or engineering standards. The maps/data shown here are for
> > > illustration purposes only and are not suitable for site-specific
> > > decision making. Information found here should not be used for making
> > > financial or any other commitments. Miami-Dade County provides this
> > > information with the understanding that it is not guaranteed to be
> > > accurate, correct or complete and conclusions drawn from such
> > > information are the sole responsibility of the user. While every effort
> > > has been made to ensure the accuracy, correctness and timeliness of
> > > materials presented, Miami-Dade County assumes no responsibility for
> > > errors or omissions, even if Miami-Dade County is advised of the
> > > possibility of such damage."
> > > Since we think of Miami as a "global" destination, I thought search
> > > address would be valuable to OSM. Is this something that has
> > > been explored? Am I wasting my time?
> > Hi and thank you for such a thoughtful email - and for your attention to
> > detail.
> > It looks like what you have quoted is more like a liability clause than
> > a full licence. Do they have more on the licence? Or is it PD because of
> > higher regulation?
> > > If this is useful, I'll be happy to help. If I posted to the wrong
> > > place, please point to the right place.
> > > Mango, in rainy Miami (_8'()
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