InaSAFE Development
in the Philippines

Dianne Bencito
diannebencito@essc.org.ph
https://github.com/dichapabe
How did I start?
Operating System
OpenStreetMap
Be one of the awesome mappers!
JOSM
●

Enabling your map to be updated

●

Points, Lines and Polygons

●

Tags
Programming Language
Coffee Beans and Snakes have similarities

Really?
Github
Social network of the Geeks
QGIS
A hundred thousand
money savings of
managing and
designing your maps

QT4
A tool for creating application's
user inte...
InaSAFE
My First Impression with the Code

Thanks to Mario Basa and Marco Bernasocchi :)
Progress
●

InaSAFE was tested for Lubao, Guagua
and Candaba, Pampanga
Minor conflicts:
–

Their flood data were categoriz...
Development
Data Driven Age

●

It is a function in postprocessor where impact result will
be aggregated by age (Youth, Ad...
Data for Aggregation

Added Youth, Adult and Elderly
on Postprocessor
Result
Development
●

Categorical Hazard Data
It is an impact function for categorized
hazard data where in the impact result wil...
Since the hazard data were
categorized, 'unit' from keyword
editor are going to be changed as
'normalised'

Exposure id fi...
Result
Expected Result
District

No
Hazard

Low

Moderate

High

1

40

60

0

0

2

20

30

40

10

3

20

45

25

10
Thank you!!!
Dianne Bencito
Programmer
diannebencito@essc.org.ph
@dichapabe
InaSAFE Development in the Philippines
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InaSAFE Development in the Philippines

  1. 1. InaSAFE Development in the Philippines Dianne Bencito diannebencito@essc.org.ph https://github.com/dichapabe
  2. 2. How did I start?
  3. 3. Operating System
  4. 4. OpenStreetMap Be one of the awesome mappers!
  5. 5. JOSM ● Enabling your map to be updated ● Points, Lines and Polygons ● Tags
  6. 6. Programming Language Coffee Beans and Snakes have similarities Really?
  7. 7. Github Social network of the Geeks
  8. 8. QGIS A hundred thousand money savings of managing and designing your maps QT4 A tool for creating application's user interface especially to those who're not programmers
  9. 9. InaSAFE
  10. 10. My First Impression with the Code Thanks to Mario Basa and Marco Bernasocchi :)
  11. 11. Progress ● InaSAFE was tested for Lubao, Guagua and Candaba, Pampanga Minor conflicts: – Their flood data were categorized in low, medium and high – Lack of data for testing – Different Projection (WGS 84 / UTM zone 51N)
  12. 12. Development Data Driven Age ● It is a function in postprocessor where impact result will be aggregated by age (Youth, Adult and Elder). Data needed: ● Population as Exposure ● Categorized flood as Hazard ● Age distribution for individual administrative units as Postprocessor
  13. 13. Data for Aggregation Added Youth, Adult and Elderly on Postprocessor
  14. 14. Result
  15. 15. Development ● Categorical Hazard Data It is an impact function for categorized hazard data where in the impact result will be categorized to Low, Medium, High Data needed: – – Population as Exposure Categorized flood as Hazard
  16. 16. Since the hazard data were categorized, 'unit' from keyword editor are going to be changed as 'normalised' Exposure id field is the id/name from exposure that will be categorized Exposure field is what data are going to be categorized Hazard Field is a field what categorized hazard data to be used Categories are being set as the hazard level
  17. 17. Result
  18. 18. Expected Result District No Hazard Low Moderate High 1 40 60 0 0 2 20 30 40 10 3 20 45 25 10
  19. 19. Thank you!!! Dianne Bencito Programmer diannebencito@essc.org.ph @dichapabe
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