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The website of the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team. See instructions below for writing blog posts or updating your profile.
Tasking Manager 3 code, issues, documentation and fun. Please see the Tasking Manager 2 repository for any issues related to the previous version of the Tasking Manager.
HOT Analytics for Health
Campaign management tool
Analysis workers for OSM Analytics Health Module
Collects and processes stats, metrics, and data from multiple APIs
LearnOSM.org content, Jekyll layouts & issue tracking. This repository is dedicated to helping people learn how to map in OpenStreetMap (OSM) and use many of the software and tools in the OSM community.
A toolkit to visualize changes in OSM, part of the OSM Analytics ecosystem. Work in Progress.
OpenMapKit Server is the lightweight server component of OpenMapKit that handles the collection and aggregation of OpenStreetMap and OpenDataKit data.
Program site for HOT Summit 2018
OSM Analytics lets you interactively analyze how specific OpenStreetMap features are mapped in a specific region.
Backend code for osm-analytics
A catalog for OpenAerialMap imagery
Various utility scripts/snippets for managing geographical data
Assorted assets created during the "Uganda Refugee Mapping" project.
The HOT summits overview page
Definition file for OSM-Analytics feature layers
OAM Imagery browser
Designed and built for Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team collaborative emergency/disaster mapping, the OSM Tasking Manager 2.0 divides an area into individual squares that can be rapidly mapped by thousands of volunteers.
Resources used on the Botswana malaria elimination project with the National Malaria Programme
Export customised OSM data in various file formats
An open source suite of js validators for OpenStreetMap data, to identify common geometry and metadata problems at scale.
Documentation and training materials for mapping and data collection
CartoCSS project focused on the Humanitarian Data Model
A place to forge new ideas for HOT projects. Started as a repository for the GSoC and Outreachy programs.