Get started mapping with the Java OpenStreetMap editor (JOSM) – a powerful In JOSM speak, you can glue, unglue, split and combine them. Video Tutorial. Tutorial: Digitisation in OpenStreetMap using JOSM: First Steps. This tutorial is designed to teach you how to quickly and simply provide. RESOURCES – links to information about OSM and the JOSM Editor . with the “ Getting Started With JOSM” tutorial, which uses file to practice editing.
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Your email address will not be published. If you can’t see anything you probably need to zoom out scroll backwards until things come back into view. Now you’re ready to begin some basic editing. Don’t like jar files?
You may use these HTML tags and attributes: A propos de l’auteur: Views Read View mosm View history. Within this area and trailing off the edges of it you will see the OpenStreetMap data. When JOSM starts up, the main editing space displays some text. Most have keyboard shortcuts. Other languages — Help us translate this wiki.
This can include important announcements, but really we want to see some map data … Download data Click the download toolbar button to open the download dialog window. Now you can follow exactly the same procedure to download some map data alongside your GPS trace. To do this you will need to zoom in and out until the width of the first downloaded area is about the same as the visible screen width, and then pan off to one side to position the view on some new territory a patch with yellow hatchingthen click download.
Download other people’s traces OpenStreetMap has a database which is separate from ttuorial main map data, especially for sharing raw GPS data. Pick a handful of streets around the area you are interested in.
If you want to do some editing without using GPS traces, skip this section. This is area you have downloaded. As well as viewing other people’s traces, you can upload your own. This article has been collectively written by several members of the CartONG’s team or by a guest tuyorial.
Click this java web-start link instead. While zooming in you need to point the mouse at the data you wish to zoom towards. Start small, because you can download more data as you need it.
Slippy map tab of the download dialog Initially, the ‘ slippy map ‘ tab is selected. Where several traces have been thtorial along the same road, it may be useful to judge the position of an average line, to reduce the inaccuracies of GPS.
OpenStreetMap has a database which is separate from the main map data, especially for sharing raw GPS data. We recommend that you download and install JOSM from: Check the post to learn more about the contributors. You can add what you like e. Now that JOSM knows where it is, it’s quite easy tutotial request a little bit more data to extend the downloaded area. Zoom using the mouse scrollwheel.
Users of the map, be they humanitarian teams or local communities, greatly appreciate your efforts. Working with other people’s traces is not required and often may not be very useful, but it can give a useful indication of how accurate your own trace is, and how existing data has been positioned. It is common that this will trigger many warnings or even errors – and it is good to know which errors are in the data before you start editing it.
You can find other imagery sources sorted by country under “Imagery”, “Image Preferences”. You can add the attributes in one of two ways: This time you don’t need to do anything within the download dialog. Download a jar file: Above we described using the download dialog ‘slippy map’ tab to choose an area to download when we first start JOSM.
Another approach is to load in a GPX file before downloading data. Thank you for your contribution! You can download any raw GPS data which others or you have contributed in the area you are looking at.
The map layers are shown on the right.