20140626 Introduction to OpenStreetMap

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This presentation has been given to Master program students at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chiang Mai University on 27th June 2014.

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20140626 Introduction to OpenStreetMap

  1. 1. OpenStreetMap Open. Street. Map. Patipat Susumpow OpendreamThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
  2. 2. What is mapping to you?
  3. 3. Open. Free. Collaborative.
  4. 4. • License-free • Free to use • Freedom to edit
  5. 5. Why we choose OpenStreetMap?
  6. 6. • Contribute your “hyper-local” knowledges to the world • Create your “interest-based” geographical data • Good-bye proprietary data • GET SOME FRESH AIR
  7. 7. OpenStreetMap basic elements
  8. 8. Node Ways Relations
  9. 9. Node • Latitude • Longitude • Node ID • ATM, Post Office, Bar etc.
  10. 10. Ways
  11. 11. Ways Open Ways Closed Ways Area
  12. 12. Ways Open Ways • Linear feature • Does not share first and last node • Many roads, streams, and railway lines are open ways
  13. 13. Ways Closed Ways • Way that shares the first and the last node • Roundabouts, circular walk ways
  14. 14. Ways Area • Enclosed filled area • Landuse, park, outline of a place
  15. 15. Relations • Used to model logical or geographic relations between objects • To define routes, administration boundaries
  16. 16. Node Ways Relations
  17. 17. Map features
  18. 18. • Using tags as key = value to define map features • building = university • highway = motorway • landuse = farm • name = Chiang Mai University • http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Map_Features
  19. 19. How to edit?
  20. 20. • Use built-in editor such as iD, Potlatch 2 • Use external editor such as JOSM, Merkaartor • We’ll focus on iD and JOSM; Easiest ones
  21. 21. Demo
  22. 22. How to participate?
  23. 23. • Online! • OpenSteetMap Editors; iD, JOSM • iOS - Go Map!!, OSM Tracker, OpenMaps • Android - OSMTracker, OSMDroid • GPS device • Offline! • field-papers.org
  24. 24. Exercises
  25. 25. • Complete FVM-CMU’s buildings • Complete roads, ways, walk ways • Complete FVM-CMU’s amenities • Use any tools of your choice, but come back with GPS coordinates and GPX files 😁
  26. 26. Advanded OSM Editor
  27. 27. • It’s called JOSM (Java OpenStreetMap) • It’s complicated, but powerful • Allow offline edit • Let’s install
  28. 28. https://josm.openstreetmap.de/
  29. 29. Let’s compare
  30. 30. Thank you 🙏

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