[OSM-talk] Tag frequencies
bencompanjen at gmail.com
Wed Jul 11 13:16:48 BST 2007
On 11/07/07, Sebastian Spaeth <Sebastian at sspaeth.de> wrote:
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> Ben Companjen wrote:
> > The Fixbot won't have to cope with ameiity, amemity, amenty, aminety,
> > aminity, amneitiy, higway, hihgway, one-way, onewy, raiway, hughway,
> > hghway, high_way, highwya, hihghway, amentiy and bicylce anymore :-)
> How did you fix it? Did you use a script which operated on the API? If
> so it would be cool to make that public (or mail it to me).
If I had used a script, I would publish it. As if I had all the time in the
world, I did it by hand, although it should be fairly easy to automate the
way I did it.
I did API requests in Firefox using the search request. I saved the
responses in .osm files like ameiity.osm. I opened those in JOSM, after
removing non-visible nodes/segments/ways from the files to prevent 410
errors at upload. By searching for the misspelled tags and correcting them
by hand, I spent some hours.
Search requests to the API probably aren't the server's favourite requests,
so automating tag correction by operating on the database itself might be
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