[OSM-talk] Help to import Rio de Janeiro city data to OSM - misaligned shapefiles

Arlindo Pereira openstreetmap at arlindopereira.com
Sun May 16 04:06:47 BST 2010


That worked out perfectly, thanks!

http://img72.imageshack.us/img72/6952/capturadetela1.png

Iván, si puedo ir a SotM otra vez, beberemos una cerveza juntos. :)

Now, moving on to the second question: the largest shapefile
(Quadras.shp, with the streets and the blocks) has 68 MB, and after
conversion (and two hours later) it becomes a huge 416 MB .osm file,
and I can't open it with JOSM (ok, after half an hour it loads up on
the editor but I can't do anything because the program freezes). How
can I split it in smaller files for an easier edition?

Thanks again,
Arlindo

2010/5/14 Iván Sánchez Ortega <ivan at sanchezortega.es>
>
> El 14/05/2010 12:06, Jukka Rahkonen escribió:
> > Try with +proj=utm +zone=23 +south +ellps=GRS67+towgs84=-66.87,4.37,-38.52
> > Somebody in the internet has used it before
> > http://www.mundogeo.com.br/forum_mensagem.php?topico=1105
>
> And the way to use it in ogr2osm should be something like:
>
> python ogr2osm -p "+proj=utm +zone=23 +south +ellps=GRS67
> +towgs84=-66.87,4.37,-38.52" ciclovias.shp
>
> That will override the projection information contained in the
> shapefile's .prj file.
>
> --
> Iván Sánchez Ortega <ivan at sanchezortega.es>
>
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