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Presentation at Esri Dev Meetup Philadelphia in June 2011 on OpenStreetMap and other crowd-sourced data projects as well as an introduction to the PhillyTreeMap project for inventorying and …

Presentation at Esri Dev Meetup Philadelphia in June 2011 on OpenStreetMap and other crowd-sourced data projects as well as an introduction to the PhillyTreeMap project for inventorying and documenting trees.

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  • 1. From OSM to PhillyTreeMap: Building Communities around Local and Global Geodata Robert Cheetham [email_address] @rcheetham #Esri #devmeetup
  • 2. 10% Research Program Pro Bono Program Time-to-Give-Back Program Employee-focused Culture Projects with Social Value
  • 3. Who is Azavea?
    • 25 people
      • - software engineers
      • - spatial analysts
      • - project managers
    • Spatial Analysis
    • Web & Mobile
    • High Performance Geoprocessing
    • User Experience
    • R&D
  • 4. OpenStreetMap
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  • 6. What is OpenStreetMap? “ OpenStreetMap is a free editable map of the whole world . It is made by people like you. OpenStreetMap allows you to view, edit and use geographical data in a collaborative way from anywhere on Earth. " -- www.openstreetmap.org
  • 7. What is OpenStreetMap?
    • Map data
    • Tools
      • Editing
      • Viewing
      • Processing data
      • Rendering maps
    • Knowledge
      • How to create, edit and maintain geographic data
      • Things we should say about that data (attributes)
    • Live map service
    • Community of people that care about it
    • That’s open and free
  • 8. Berlin
  • 9. Berlin
  • 10. Amsterdam
  • 11. Madrid
  • 12. Baghdad
  • 13. Pretoria
  • 14. Kinshasa
  • 15. Why OpenStreetMap?
    • Map data quality
    • Map data control
    • Represents interest rather than commercial viability
    • Generous License
    • Many technical options
  • 16. Earl St - Toronto Screen shot: 25 Sept 2008
  • 17. Earl St - Toronto
  • 18. Skipton Crescent - Cambridge Yahoo screen capture: 25 Sept 2008
  • 19. Commercial viability vs. population
  • 20. Commercial viability vs. population
  • 21. 2011
  • 22. 2011
  • 23. 2011 - OpenStreetMap
  • 24. 2011 - OpenStreetMap
  • 25. Crisis Mapping – Haiti
  • 26.  
  • 27.  
  • 28. Data Structures
    • Nodes (points)
    • Ways
      • Lines
      • Polygons are ways that have an attribute that causes them to be rendered as filled
    • Attributes
      • Key-value pairs associated with each feature
      • Mix of standards and folksonomy
  • 29. Other Projects
  • 30. OpenPisteMap.org
  • 31. OpenPisteMap.org
  • 32. OpenCycleMap.org
  • 33. OpenCycleMap.org
  • 34. OpenRouteService.org
  • 35. Select start and finish
  • 36. ORS finds a route
  • 37. Construction and traffic data
  • 38. Route looks sub-optimal
  • 39. Re-routing around construction
  • 40. GeoNames.org
  • 41. Getting Started
  • 42. OpenStreetBugs.org
  • 43. GPS
  • 44. GPS
  • 45. GPS
  • 46. GPS
  • 47. GPS  GPX
  • 48. GPS
  • 49. Mapping Parties and Weekends
  • 50. Editors - PotLatch
    • V2 is based on Flex/Flash
    • Immediate
    • Easiest to learn
    • For casual editing
  • 51. Editors - PotLatch
  • 52. Editors - PotLatch
  • 53. Editors – ArcGIS Editor for OSM
    • Open source
    • Extension to ArcMap
    • At CodePlex
    • http://esri.com/OSMeditor
  • 54. ArcGIS Editor for OSM
  • 55. OSM on ArcGIS.com
  • 56. OSM on ArcGIS.com
  • 57. OSM in ArcMap
  • 58. OSM in ArcMap
  • 59. OSM in ArcMap
  • 60. PhillyTreeMap
  • 61.  
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  • 68.  
  • 69. Crowd Control
    • Value range controls
    • Reviewing tools for Admins
    • Vote up/down
    • Flag content
    • Reputation points
  • 70.  
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  • 72.  
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  • 74. Build Communities
    • Learn about OSM & hold a map party
    • Share data and apps on ArcGIS Online
    • Host a Hack-a-thon, DataCamp, etc.
    • Apply for Code for America
    • Lobby your local government for open data policies
    • Attend Random Hacks of Kindness
  • 75.  
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  • 78. Many Thanks! © Photo used with permission from Alphafish , via Flickr.com
  • 79. From OSM to PhillyTreeMap: Building Communities around Local and Global Geodata Robert Cheetham [email_address] @rcheetham #Esri #devmeetup