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OSM Analytics Tool

OSM Analytics of Washington DC This tool lets you analyse interactively how specific OpenStreetMap features are mapped in a specific region. Say, you'd like to know when most of the buildings in a country like Nepal were added. This tool lets you select the geographical region of interest and shows a graph of the mapping activity in the region. You can even select a specific time interval to get the number of touched features in that period, and the map will highlight the matching buildings as well!

url: http://osm-analytics.org/#/about

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LOCUS - DIY & OpenSource Drone by Lucía Doran —Kickstarter

LOCUS - DIY & OpenSource Drone project video thumbnail

HHS and MSF Japan have partnered up to create the first 3D printed UAV drone to re-create maps in forgotten places for MissingMaps.org

Locus is an ongoing project that is still under construction. Now we need your help to continue prototyping and get closer to our final goal; creating and sharing the first 3D printed surveillance drone to anyone anywhere.

url: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1445938395/locus-open-source-drone-msf?ref=thanks_tweet

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Here's how to use data from OpenStreetMap for your infographics • Konrad Lischka

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Using OSM Boundaries is simple. Type the name of the city or state or district you are looking for in the search slot above the map. Then OSM Boundaries shows you the correct entry from OSM in the directory tree on the left. Here you select the boundaries you want to export. Important: The tree is hierarchical and you must select all the levels you need. If you select a city and need the boundaries of the underlying urban districts too you have to select...

url: http://www.konradlischka.info/en/2015/05/blog-en/heres-how-you-pull-data-from-openstreetmap-for-your-infographics/

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Cadasta – Your Rights, Your Future

Cadasta logo

Cadasta Foundation is dedicated to the support, continued development and growth of the Cadasta Platform – an innovative, open source suite of tools for the collection and management of ownership, occupancy, and spatial data that meets the unique challenges of this process in much of the world.

url: http://cadasta.org/

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Peace Corps + General Assembly MLK Day of Service Tickets, Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 2:00 PM | Eventbrite

The vast majority of the developing world lacks access to accurate digital geographic data. This data is crucial for public health and epidemiology, agricultural planning, economic development, local government operations and more. Peace Corps Volunteers and their host communities around the world have expressed a need for better access to geographic data, and participants in this event will assist them by using a simple online tool to trace roads and...

url: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/peace-corps-general-assembly-mlk-day-of-service-tickets-20753956643

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2015 progress creating the world's 'missing maps' with OpenStreetMap | Opensource.com

tags: Missing Maps, OSM
Drishtie Patel

The Missing Maps project, which launched in 2014, aims to literally and figuratively put more than 20-million at-risk people on the map using OpenStreetMap (OSM) as a platform. We need to fill in "missing maps" before the next disaster strikes, ensuring the maps have detail sufficient for emergency responders to hit the ground running.

url: https://opensource.com/life/15/12/creating-worlds-missing-maps-openstreetmap

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sztanko/solsticestreets · GitHub

tags: streets, solstice, map, OSM
@sztanko A small project that shows all streets aligned towards the summer and winter solstice

url: https://github.com/sztanko/solsticestreets

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NSGIC Attends First-Ever White House Mapathon | NSGIC

Mapathon Agenda

On Thursday May 21st, 2015 I attended the first-ever “Mapathon” event hosted by the White House (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHQh68bXDqg ).  Not only was it a tremendous honor to represent NSGIC, it was a personal experience I will not soon forget.  The event took place in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House grounds.

url: http://www.nsgic.org/blog/nsgic-attends-first-ever-white-house-mapathon/

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Forecasting the Future of Maps

Science Friday logo

from text Science Friday is your trusted source for news and entertaining stories about science. We started as a radio show, created in 1991 by host and executive producer Ira Flatow. Since then, we’ve grown into much more: We produce award-winning digital videos and publish original web content covering everything from octopus camouflage to cooking on Mars. SciFri is brain fun, for curious people.

url: http://sciencefriday.com/segment/02/20/2015/forecasting-the-future-of-maps.html#path/segment/02/20/2015/forecasting-the-future-of-maps.html

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Open Trail Data — Code for America

tags: OSM, OpenTrails, CfA
mountain image

Parks and trails are a cornerstone of public health and quality of life. The Open Trail System Specification (OpenTrails) helps citizens get outdoors to enjoy them.

url: http://www.codeforamerica.org/specifications/trails/

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Strava is Just the Start: The Promise of Open-Trail Data | The Footprint | OutsideOnline.com

woman looking at map

You're in San Francisco for a work conference. You've got an afternoon free, a mountain bike you've borrowed from a friend, and an itch to check out the singletrack at China Camp State Park, up in Marin County. You don't have a car, so you check an app on your phone that shows where you and your bike can catch the next Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train to a station where you can then catch a bus that takes you to within half a mile of the park.

url: http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/the-current/footprint/Strava-is-Just-the-Start-The-Promise-of-Open-Trail-Data.html

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Transportation Techies Show What Can Be Done With Bike Data — Mobility Lab

OpenCycleMap

The Transportation Techies Meetup group recently examined the possibilities. Five presentations at our first Bike Hack Night showed the range of what can be done with bike data.

url: http://mobilitylab.org/2014/05/28/transportation-techies-show-what-can-be-done-with-bike-data/#comment-7095

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openstreetmap/osmosis

tags: OSM, tool

Osmosis is a command line Java application for processing OSM data. http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Osmosis.

url: https://github.com/openstreetmap/osmosis

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History API and Database - OpenStreetMap Wiki

OSM wiki logo

The entire history of OpenStreetMap spans about seven years now. Every day, a lot of new data is added, existing data modified, and stale or incorrect data removed. While the history of each object that ever existed in OSM lives on in the main database, there is no easy way to replicate the full history for an area. There is a full history planet dump that is made available at irregular intervals, but none of the existing OpenStreetMap data...

url: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/History_API_and_Database

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osmosis-history in subversion/applications/utils – OpenStreetMap

OpenStreetMap OSM osmosis history plugin, Peter Koerner

url: https://trac.openstreetmap.org/browser/subversion/applications/utils/osmosis-history

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mvexel/osmhistoryretriever

tags: OSM, history
Retrieves history from OSM.

url: https://github.com/mvexel/osmhistoryretriever

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BBBike @ Washington D.C. - Cycle Route Planner Washington D.C.

tags: DC, bike, OSM, cycle, router
bike

Welcome to BBBike - your cycle journey planner! We'll help you find a nice, safe and short bike route in Washington D.C. and around.

url: http://www.bbbike.org/WashingtonDC/

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Rating OpenStreetMap's Completeness

red and green buildings on map

We recently updated the way we deliver OpenStreetMap(OSM) Data and as part of this process we have taken a look at how complete OSM attributes are for features. While a typical map of OSM data shows you if a feature is present in, you are unable to determine how well the feature is attributed. To determine the attribute completeness of map features, we have created a series of maps that provide information about the level of attribution for map features.

url: http://www.weogeo.com/data/OpenStreetMap_Rating_Attributes.html

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Foundation/Logo - OpenStreetMap Wiki

tags: OSM, OSMF, logo
logo proposed logos for OSMF

url: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Foundation/Logo#OpenStreetMap_Foundation_logo_2

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Bike Hack Night - Transportation Techies (Arlington, VA) - Meetup

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May is National Bike Month, so for our May meetup we're going to look at bike-based apps and data visualizations. 

Tim Kelley of BikeArlington will demonstrate a proof-of-concept video visualizing cycling data from Strava users. 

Brian DeRocher will show us how to add local bike trails to OpenStreetMap, and how opencyclemap works. 

url: http://www.meetup.com/Transportation-Techies/events/168585592/

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Strava Slide Tool

Slide demo

Slide is based on the principles of Mathematical optimization. A coarse input line is iteratively refined to optimize its alignment with the GPS heat data.

url: http://labs.strava.com/slide/

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CyclePhilly

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CyclePhilly is a smartphone app for recording your bicycle trips. Data from the app can be used by regional transportation planners in the Philadelphia area to make Philly a better place to ride.

url: http://www.cyclephilly.org/

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TransitScreen | Real-Time Transportation Information for the World's Most Sustainable Cities

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TransitScreen is a privately held transportation software and digital signage company and a pioneer in providing real-time transit information displays. The TransitScreen service is a live, real-time display of all transportation options at a specific location (including subway, bus, train, bikeshare, and carshare). Founded in 2012, TransitScreen makes transit information more accessible, viewable and engaging so...

url: http://transitscreen.com/

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New Cycle Philly Mobile App Helps You Help Us Help You Ride Better

tags: cycling, routes, usage, OSM
CyclePhilly

One of the challenges of the better bicycling game is figuring out where people ride. We conduct our annual bike counts, and organizations like DVRPC can put down counters on select streets, but these give us snapshots at best. Philadelphians take thousands of bike trips a day, and if we knew where, when, and why folks were riding, planners could use that information to design better streets and connect our trails.

url: http://bicyclecoalition.org/cycle-philly-blog-post/

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Bicycle - OpenStreetMap Wiki

tags: wiki, tagging, cycling, OSM
Cycle lanes left right

This page lists recommendations for how to enter and tag bicycle and cycleway related data into OSM. Having good quality cycleway data allows routing software to choose the way that best suits cyclists.

url: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Bicycle

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ITO Map - Cycling

tags: ITO, map, cycling, OSM
map on-road bicycle tagging

Maps that relate to cycling, including cycling in urban areas, for leisure and for competitive purposes.

url: http://www.itoworld.com/map/group/15

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ToeBee/ChangesetMD

ChangesetMD is a simple XML parser written in python that takes the weekly changeset metadata dump file from http://planet.openstreetmap.org/ and shoves the data into a simple postgres database so it can be queried.

url: https://github.com/ToeBee/ChangesetMD

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springmeyer/up-to-date

how to use osm2pgsql and osmosis to keep an up to date postgis osm planet database

url: https://github.com/springmeyer/up-to-date

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Build your own OpenStreetMap Server - Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx | weait.com

SUNY Buffalo campus as seen on OpenStreetMap.org in March of 2009

Build your own OpenStreetMap server. Build your own what?

OpenStreetMap is the editable World map of everything. It is the Wikipedia of maps. It is to other on-line maps as Wikipedia is to Britannica. And it is awesome in every possible way.

The current version of this article is based on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. Lucid will be released on 29 April 2010 and be in beta until then. Operating systems in beta are not suitable for production use.

url: http://weait.com/content/build-your-own-openstreetmap-server-lucid

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Building a tile server from packages | switch2osm

city map, margaret street

If you’d like to build your own tile server, using packages can save you a good deal of installation work.

These packages work with Ubuntu Linux versions 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) and above. After installation, you should have your own working tileserver with the standard OSM Mapnik stylesheet, into which you can import an extract of the OSM data for rendering.

url: http://switch2osm.org/serving-tiles/building-a-tile-server-from-packages/

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Paul's Blog

tags: OSM, mapper

A blog without a good name

url: http://www.paulnorman.ca/

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Toby's Blog of open/mappy things

tags: OSM, mapper
Toby Murray

My thoughts on OpenStreetMap, open source and working for the state.

url: http://ksmapper.blogspot.com/

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Loading a Pgsnapshot Schema With a Planet: Take 2 - Paul's Blog

Awhile back I ran my own jxapi server, running with postgresql 8.4. I recently upgraded my server, and in the process I decided to re-import the database into postgresql 9.1.

url: http://www.paulnorman.ca/blog/2011/11/loading-a-pgsnapshot-schema-with-a-planet-take-2/

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iandees/xapi-servlet

The Java XAPI is a partial implementation of the XAPI read-only OSM server in Java. It is implemented as a servlet and uses pieces of Osmosis to perform the database queries.

url: https://github.com/iandees/xapi-servlet

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Toby's Blog of open/mappy things: Parse the Planet! (into a pgsnapshot database)

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This is a follow-up to my previous post about importing a planet file into a pgsnapshot database schema. However the same basic process applies to other schemas that osmosis can write to.

url: http://ksmapper.blogspot.com/2011/04/parse-planet-into-pgsnapshot-database.html

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Toby's Blog of open/mappy things: Keeping a database up to date with osmosis

Toby Murray

This is a follow-up to my previous post about importing a planet file into a pgsnapshot database schema. However the same basic process applies to other schemas that osmosis can write to.

url: http://ksmapper.blogspot.com/2011/04/keeping-database-up-to-date-with.html

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Coastal's Blog: How to get an up-to-date OSM in PostGIS

Andrew Bailey

Rather than doing a quarterly manual job of downloading a 14Gb+ file, decompressing it (250Gb+) and inserting it into a database it will be a lot easier to download daily (50Mb) OSM change files (.osc) and apply the changes to the existing database.

The instructions below is a modified version of Martin van Exel's tutorial here - https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1paaYsOakgJEYP380R70s4SGYq8ME3ASl-mweVi1DlQ4

url: http://coastalrocket.blogspot.com/2012/09/how-to-get-up-to-date-osm-in-postgis.html

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A self-updating OpenStreetMap database of US bridges – a step-by-step guide. | oegeo

Strategy for keeping an up-to-date geographical and functional OpenStreetMap extract

I want all bridges in the US that are mapped in OpenStreetMap in a PostGIS database.

I want all bridges in the US that are mapped in OpenStreetMap in a PostGIS database that stays as up-to-date as possible, reflecting all the latest changes.

url: http://oegeo.wordpress.com/2012/03/06/a-self-updating-openstreetmap-database-of-us-bridges-a-step-by-step-guide/

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Andrew Harvey's Blog

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url: http://tianjara.net/blog/

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Andrew Harvey's Blog | Software Developer, Mapper, Free Culture/Software Supporter, Recreational Cyclist

wordpress

This blog is now unmaintained since I’ve moved my online precense to http://tianjara.net.

You can also contact me via email, andrewharvey4@gmail.com

I release my code at github, http://github.com/andrewharvey

The content on this blog by Andrew Harvey, unless otherwise noted is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Australia License.

url: https://andrewharvey4.wordpress.com/

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The Rise of OpenStreetMap

tags: OSM
featzz

What started as a simple search engine back in 1998 is now an omnipresent force, spanning search, email, video, productivity, smartphones, laptops, glasses, navigation and more. And by more, we mean more. Just last month, Google acquired Nest for multiple billions, even though it really only has a (smart) thermostat and smoke detector to its name. But it’s all about the future, and the future is very much about smart homes and the Internet of everything.

url: http://thenextweb.com/insider/2014/02/28/openstreetmap/

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Mapzen - Weekly OSM Metro Extracts

tags: OSM, extract, weekly
Mapzen logo

City-sized parts of the OpenStreetMap database, served up weekly. The goal is to make it easier to get started with manageable, relevant, and local data so we can all build cool stuff.

url: http://mapzen.com/metro-extracts/

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The National Map Corps

tags: nation, map, team, OSM
Crowdsourcing

The USGS National Geospatial Program (NGP) sponsored various forms of volunteer map data collection projects over the past two decades. Citizen cartographers revised many maps during this period, but the program was suspended in 2008.

url: http://nationalmap.gov/TheNationalMapCorps/

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