Category Archives: Data Quality

Reflections On State Of The Map 2019

OpenStreetMap’s Annual Conference OpenStreetMap is the world’s free and open source map. Open source is essentially a decentralised model and in this case it applies to maps and their creation. This month saw the twelfth State of The Map conference … Continue reading

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Address Patterns (Part 2)

Address Patterns: Real-World Examples Back in September 2018 a Mappedit blog post considered Address Patterns in order to assist with mapping addresses in OpenStreetMap (the global open source freely available map). This month’s post considers some real-world examples of the … Continue reading

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Atmospheric Forecasts For Air Pollution & Carbon Dioxide

There are two reports this month that highlight atmospheric pollution: One from the UK Meteorological Office which forecasts an increased rate of carbon dioxide emissions for 2019 and a second from the European Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service looking at air … Continue reading

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