Tutorial: Creating buffered country POLYs for OpenStreetMap data processing

OpenStreetMap represents a lot of data. If you want to import the entire planet into a PostGIS database using osmosis, you need at least 300GB of hard disk space and, depending on how much you spent on fast processors and (more importantly) memory, a lot of patience. Chances are that you are interested in only … Continue reading Tutorial: Creating buffered country POLYs for OpenStreetMap data processing

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Dataverkenning AppsForNoordHolland: INSPIRE

The Dutch province of Noord Holland and Dutch open data advocates HackDeOverheid are holding an open data app competition, with a coding event happening next week at a very special venue. I was asked to shed some light on the geospatial data sources made available, which is what this post in Dutch is about. More … Continue reading Dataverkenning AppsForNoordHolland: INSPIRE