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  1. 1. Uploading andEditing your GPS data on OpenStreetMap Gregory King 学生証番号:47116803
  2. 2. Contents:What is GPS?Uploading GPS data to OpenStreetMapEditing/Tracing your GPS data inOpenStreetMapOutput File Sample
  3. 3. GPS: Global Position System it is a space-based satellite navigation Fig.1: An example of a commercially system available GPS device gives position and time data anywhere in the world (GivenFig.2: Recently smart phones have also enough signal strength) been integrated with GPS capabilities
  4. 4. Uploading GPS Data
  5. 5. How to upload your GPSdata to OpenStreetMap First sign-in and click on GPS Traces
  6. 6. How to upload your GPSdata to OpenStreetMap First sign-in and click on GPS Traces
  7. 7. Public GPS traces Trace Type (visibility) Tags Uploader clicking on GPS traces brings you to the GPS traces page as shown aboveto upload a GPS file click on Upload a trace above, as shown in the greenbox
  8. 8. Public GPS traces Trace Type (visibility) Tags Uploader clicking on GPS traces brings you to the GPS traces page as shown aboveto upload a GPS file click on Upload a trace above, as shown in the greenbox
  9. 9. Upload GPS trace File Name Description Tags help people search for your file Note: on a mac a GPX file willlook like a Unix Summary regarding the option for visibility executable file in this page, you will need to select the file, add a description, add a tag and also select the visibility option
  10. 10. Short Note: .GPX http://www.fileinfo.com/extension/gpx
  11. 11. Completed Samplewhen you finish uploading your data, click upload
  12. 12. Completed Samplewhen you finish uploading your data, click upload
  13. 13. Pending...upon uploading your file, you will be greeted by a screen which showsthat your file is currently uploading (pending)
  14. 14. Pending...upon uploading your file, you will be greeted by a screen which showsthat your file is currently uploading (pending)
  15. 15. Email Noticewhen your file is done uploading you will receive a confirmation emailin your registered email address as shown
  16. 16. Basic Information about your trace you can view basic information regarding your trace via the link found in your email
  17. 17. Editing GPSTrace Data
  18. 18. Editing GPS trace data clicking on edit, will deploy the potlatch web-based software to edit your GPS trace
  19. 19. Editing GPS trace data clicking on edit, will deploy the potlatch web-based software to edit your GPS trace
  20. 20. My GPS tracethe cyan colored trace, represents your GPS trace data, this is not partof the final map (the map people can see)
  21. 21. Changing the BackgroundSettings Dim Off Dim Onto select the background type, simply click on the background drop down menu and select thepreferred background; in this case Bing aerial imagery. You can also choose to check or uncheckthe Dim option (you can compare this image with the previous image to see the difference)
  22. 22. Changing the BackgroundSettings Dim Off Dim Onto select the background type, simply click on the background drop down menu and select thepreferred background; in this case Bing aerial imagery. You can also choose to check or uncheckthe Dim option (you can compare this image with the previous image to see the difference)
  23. 23. Changing the BackgroundSettings Dim Off Dim Onto select the background type, simply click on the background drop down menu and select thepreferred background; in this case Bing aerial imagery. You can also choose to check or uncheckthe Dim option (you can compare this image with the previous image to see the difference)
  24. 24. Tracing your mapbegin by clicking anywhere on the map. Start by tracing out yourGPS path
  25. 25. Adding Attributes to yourtraceclick on your completed trace and select road from the drop down menuin the attribute bar on the left side. Select: Roads -> Unknown Road
  26. 26. Adding Attributes to yourtrace 2you can now add attributes via the simple or advanced options; for thisdemo please select advanced
  27. 27. Adding Attributes to yourtrace 2you can now add attributes via the simple or advanced options; for thisdemo please select advanced
  28. 28. Adding Attributes to yourtrace 3 Click on Add Enter the desired information for Key and Value Then Finally Click on Save
  29. 29. Adding Attributes to yourtrace 3 Click on Add Enter the desired information for Key and Value Then Finally Click on Save
  30. 30. Adding Attributes to yourtrace 3 Click on Add Enter the desired information for Key and Value Then Finally Click on Save
  31. 31. Adding Attributes to yourtrace 3 Click on Add Enter the desired information for Key and Value Then Finally Click on Save
  32. 32. Finished ProductI made this just asan example. If you view the actual map you will notice that thereare buildings here; don’t worry Ialready deleted it ! to view the finish product click on view. Then you will see that completed path as a gray bar as shown by the arrows on the picture (Note: you may need to zoom out a little to see it)
  33. 33. Additional Informationif you are interested there is actually another more detailed method toannotate figures in OpenStreetMap. It is done by using the other version ofPotlatch, Potlatch 1.4. You can add more detailed tags on to images andetc.
  34. 34. Additional Informationif you are interested there is actually another more detailed method toannotate figures in OpenStreetMap. It is done by using the other version ofPotlatch, Potlatch 1.4. You can add more detailed tags on to images andetc.
  35. 35. That’s all, Thank you Disclaimer: all images were taken via screenshot or via wikipedia

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