[OSM-talk] Mapnik style in slippy map
S.L.Chilton at mdx.ac.uk
Thu Aug 2 15:23:06 BST 2007
Thanks for superb response. That works really well for me.
I can immediately see that worrying about marsh and spring can wait, but sorting peaks would be good.
Also can see which amenities are in use most.
However, it would be brill to be able compare amenities across nodes and ways, so a CSV file that could be taken into spreadsheet and sorted at will would be excellent.
Reckon it just needs the 4 fields/columns you have suggested.
30/10 depth works for me at present too.
From: Frederik Ramm [mailto:frederik at remote.org]
Sent: Thu 8/2/2007 3:08 PM
To: Steve Chilton
Cc: talk at openstreetmap.org
Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] Mapnik style in slippy map
> What would be even more useful would be a count of paired
> occurences (k=v).
Here's a list with the top-30 tags (computed separeately for nodes
and ways), and for each you have the top-10 values:
It is based on yesterday's planet.
And yes, there *really* are 20740 nodes that carry a tag whose key is
"moved according to town brige in Mandal and Åvik(/Åvig) harbor)" and
whose value is empty.
I will gladly prepare similar lists in different formats, and
including not only top-30 and top-10 but "everything larger than 10"
or whatever you want, just specify what works best for you. Maybe if
I create a CSV file with the columns
listing every value that occurs more than 10 times or so? Then you
could use a spreadsheet to sort and evaluate that.
Frederik Ramm ## eMail frederik at remote.org ## N49°00.09' E008°23.33'
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