#1985 - Livingstone District (Archived)

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This project was archived.

PATH and Tableau Foundation have partnered in efforts to eliminate malaria in Zambia by 2020. The buildings you will add in OpenStreetMap will help the project in developing the tools for eradicating this preventable disease that affects over 4 million Zambians annually.

Created by mikelmaron - Updated - Priority: low

  Instructions

Entities to Map
buildings
Changeset Comment
#hotosm-project-1985 #MissingMaps mapping buildings in Livingstone for Malaria analysis and prevention in #Zambia #VisualizeNoMalaria
When saving your work, please leave the default comment but add what you actually mapped, for example "added buildings and a residential road".

Project Specific Mapping Notes

Buildings

  • Please accurately outline all the buildings you can find. The outline should be for the full size of the building even if it is partly covered by trees in the imagery.
  • After drawing the outline, use the 's' key in the web editor to "square" the corners.
  • In the iD web editor, a circle building can be made by drawing a triangle and then pressing the "o" key.
  • Many buildings are very close, but do not actually touch each other, try to map them close to each other without letting them connect or share nodes with each other, roads or residential area outlines.
  • In the iD web editor, the first time you map a building you will use the "Building" category and then at the bottom of the list select "Building" again, this is the most generic building tag we can use as we almost never can tell the more specific use of any building from imagery alone.

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