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Wikimaps Wikimania 2013

  1. 1. WIKIMAPS Wikimania, Hong Kong, August 10, 2013 Wikimaps Tartu–Hong Kong Susanna Ånäs, Wikimedia Suomi susanna.anas@wikimedia.fi, @susannaanas, @WMFinland Map: Tartu linna plaan, 1914. Estonian National Archives
  2. 2. There are billions of maps in the archives
  3. 3. In Wikimedia Commons maps look like this
  4. 4. This is how they look like in archives
  5. 5. The maps need to be digitized And georeferenced Not restricted by copyright Served through user-friendly interfaces Referenced from Wikipedia Used anywhere Available for annotations Semantically linked Returned enriched to memory institutions Even millions of items should be handled easily
  6. 6. Visualizing scenes from history or literature. Routing with historical restrictions, road networks. Linking places to their names across time and also to instances of maps that show them. Creating historical maps for Wikipedia. Geotagging historical photographs with the help of the historical maps from the same era. Exploration of networked historical topics. What could the maps be used for?
  7. 7. GLAM Wikimedia Commons
  8. 8. GLAMtool Upload GLAM Wikimedia Commons
  9. 9. GLAMtool Upload GLAM Wikimedia Commons Wikimaps
  10. 10. GLAMtool Upload GLAM Wikimedia Commons Wikimaps Georeferencing
  11. 11. GLAMtool Upload GLAM Wikimedia Commons Wikimaps Georeferencing
  12. 12. Export GLAMtool Upload GLAM Wikimedia Commons Wikimaps Georeferencing
  13. 13. Export Digitizing OHM GLAMtool Upload GLAM Wikimedia Commons Wikimaps Georeferencing
  14. 14. Export Digitizing OHM GLAMtool Upload Wikidata Structured data GLAM Wikimedia Commons Wikimaps Georeferencingヘルシンキ !"#$%&
  15. 15. Export Digitizing OHM GLAMtool Upload Embed in Wikipedia Wikidata Structured data GLAM Wikimedia Commons Wikimaps Georeferencingヘルシンキ !"#$%& ヘルシンキ
  16. 16. Export Digitizing OHM GLAMtool Upload Embed in Wikipedia Wikidata Structured data GLAM Wikimedia Commons Enriched map Wikimaps Georeferencingヘルシンキ !"#$%& ヘルシンキ
  17. 17. GLAM cooperation Maps to Commons Adding geolocation to maps in Commons Finding maps on a map in Wikimedia Extracting features from old maps Spatiotemporal gazetteer in Wikidata Data driven maps in Wikimedia
  18. 18. GLAM cooperation Maps to Commons •Developing maps collaboration with GLAMs • Wikimaps Nordic: ~25 GLAMs in the Nordic countries •Creating a Template:Map • Jarek Tuszynski, Maarten Dammers •Applying the map template in the GLAM-wiki toolset • David Haskiya, Dan Entous / Europeana
  19. 19. Adding geolocation to maps in Commons •Creating the Wikimaps Warper • Georeferencing files from the Commons • Further developing the MapWarper that has been created for the New York Public Library • Tim Waters, Tim Alder
  20. 20. Finding maps on a map in Wikimedia •Using the OSM tileserver that will be hosted by Wikimedia •Filtering by date, place, topic
  21. 21. Extracting features from old maps •Collaborating with the OpenStreetMap creating shared resources • iD editor in Open Historical Map (a project of OpenStreetMap) for digitizing (tracing) the old maps from the Commons • Storing geometries in OHM and/or Wikidata • Jeff Meyer, Mikel Maron et al
  22. 22. Spatiotemporal gazetteer in Wikidata •Connecting geometries with Wikimedia through Wikidata •Developing the model for interlinking historical geodata and knowledge in Wikimedia • Change events, hierarchies, geometries, time • Handling uncertainty and imprecision • Historical geospatial data task force
  23. 23. Data driven maps in Wikimedia •Developing maps and map data reuse possibilities in Wikimedia • Using OpenStreetMap as a base for maps • Further developing the work of the Wikimedia Maps Lab • Combining geometries and data from Wikimaps / Wikimedia & external sources • Hugo Lopez, Arun Ganesh
  24. 24. Wikimaps Tartu–Hong Kong
  25. 25. Wikimaps workshop in State of the Map Baltics August 4, Tartu, Estonia Wikimaps roundtable in Wikimania August 7, Hong Kong Open Historical Map code sprint August 10 & 11, USA http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Wikimaps/Wikimaps_Tartu–Hong_Konghttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Wikimaps/Wikimaps_Tartu–Hong_Kong http://blog.wikimedia.fi/2013/08/wikimaps-around-the-world/http://blog.wikimedia.fi/2013/08/wikimaps-around-the-world/ http://wmfi.muistio.tieke.fi/8http://wmfi.muistio.tieke.fi/8 http://sk53-osm.blogspot.fi/2013/08/history-workshop-at-sotmbaltics.htmlhttp://sk53-osm.blogspot.fi/2013/08/history-workshop-at-sotmbaltics.html
  26. 26. CCBY-SAPekkaSarkola
  27. 27. Plan der Stadt Dorpat 1892
  28. 28. What do we mean by start and end dates? CCBY-SAPekkaSarkola
  29. 29. Damages by bombing in Tartu, 1941
  30. 30. infrastructural elements that are gone from maps, but are actually there – strategical objects from Soviet era maps CCBY-SAPekkaSarkola
  31. 31. CCBY-SAPekkaSarkola
  32. 32. CCBY-SAPekkaSarkola
  33. 33. CCBY-SASK53OSM
  34. 34. Wikimaps workshop in State of the Map Baltics August 4, Tartu, Estonia Wikimaps roundtable in Wikimania August 7, Hong Kong Open Historical Map code sprint August 10 & 11, USA http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Wikimaps/Requirementshttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Wikimaps/Requirements
  35. 35. CCBY-SA2.0FabriceFlorin
  36. 36. CCBY-SA2.0FabriceFlorin
  37. 37. CCBY-SA2.0FabriceFlorin
  38. 38. Wikimaps workshop in State of the Map Baltics August 4, Tartu, Estonia Wikimaps roundtable in Wikimania August 7, Hong Kong Open Historical Map code sprint August 10 & 11, USA http://osmlab.github.io/birthday-sprint/http://osmlab.github.io/birthday-sprint/
  39. 39. MapBox OSM Japan
  40. 40. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Wikimaps http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Wikiprojekti_Historialliset_kartat https://www.facebook.com/groups/wikimaps/ Susanna Ånäs, Wikimedia Suomi susanna.anas@wikimedia.fi, @susannaanas, @WMFinland
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