[OSM-talk] Summer of Code 2014
fred.rodrigo at gmail.com
Sat Feb 15 10:45:43 UTC 2014
Le 15/02/2014 00:41, Rob Nickerson a écrit :
> >Osmose QA tool do this job.
> Perhaps I am not aware of everything that Osmose can do, but my basic
> understanding is that it provides an in browser view of errors already
> in OSM. What I was trying to propose in (1) and (2) was a really slick,
> really simple tool that allows the user to load in two datasets (e.g.
> original and updated file from a government department, or a government
> file and an OSM extract) and it shows you the big differences in a
> really simple intuitive way.
> For (3) I am proposing a mobile friendly way of getting people out on
> the ground to verify data provided by a government and load it in to OSM
> (either there and then via mobile, or back at home on their computer).
Osmose also do this.
It's not quite evident, you have to map field with tags. Sometime you
have to parse text field to map into many osm tags. You have to select a
projection, and guess it when you don't know witch. I even see OpenData
file with different projections without indicator! You have to choose a
reference tag/field and/or, or if any, choose a conflation distance and
With Osmose you have to write a mapping configuration, the result is :
- found OSM data not in reference OpenData file
- found non integrated data in OSM, integration can be achevied by a
JOSM remote link
- suggest integration of OpenData on OSM object, addition/coorection of
tag can be achieved by a JOSM link
- an augmented OpenData file "by OSM", with OSM data not in reference
file and with OSM new tags
Look at slide 14-17 of my talk at last SotM :
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