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ICCM 2010 OpenStreetMap Workshop

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Workshop given at ICCM 2010 on OpenStreetMap

Workshop given at ICCM 2010 on OpenStreetMap

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    • 1. OpenStreetMap Kate Chapman Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (AKA H.O.T.)
    • 2. Wikipedia for Maps
    • 3. OSM Features
    • 4. OSM Data Structure Based on the idea of key/value pairs highway=primary building=yes name=I66 address=123 Main Street city=Somewhere amenity=hospital name=Sacred Heart
    • 5. Most Any GPS Will Work H.O.T. purchases Garmin eTrex with MicroSD Cards
    • 6. Imagery
    • 7. Walking Papers Printable Map Collect Data by Writing Scan and Upload Edit for OpenStreetMap http://www.walking-papers.org/
    • 8. GPS Babel http://www.gpsbabel.org/
    • 9. Potlatch The Editor when you go to http://www.osm.org and hit “Edit”
    • 10. Java OpenStreetMap Editor Java Based Editor, works well with sporadic connectivity http://josm.openstreetmap.de/
    • 11. JOSM Presets Simplifies Editing Creates Editing Forms XML Based
    • 12. HOT Package Training Materials Software Survey Forms Presets for Editing http://bit.ly/hotpack
    • 13. Humanitarian Data Model Intended to Map to Already Existing Data Models Translated into JOSM Presets and PostGIS Imports http://bit.ly/hothdm
    • 14. “Legal” Details Was Licensed CC-BY-SA 2.0 Moving towards ODbl
    • 15. Questions? Kate Chapman kate@osmf.us(AKA H.O.T.) Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team

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