[OSM-talk] Map of Population Density vs. OpenStreetMap density

Darafei "Komяpa" Praliaskouski me at komzpa.net
Fri Jul 5 11:46:31 UTC 2019


Hi,

In HOT mailing list I was advised to bring a part of a thing we did to
wider audience :)

We've correlated global population datasets with plain OpenStreetMap
objects count. The main use case is to quickly determine how much is there
to map in case of natural disaster in a smaller region, but the map itself
is global - it's interesting to see what's around you and find the spots to
map next, even outside of the disaster.

http://disaster.ninja/live/
<http://disaster.ninja/live/#overlays=alert-shape-GDACS_EQ_1183112_1265046,bivariate_class;id=GDACS_EQ_1183112_1265046;layer=default-style;position=-13.88712117940031,30.076044779387132;zoom=2.4760319802318693>

What do you think?

(The HOT list thread if you are interested in disaster.ninja tool itself:
https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/hot/2019-June/014908.html)

Darafei Praliaskouski
kontur.io
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