State of the Map US Analysis Workshop: Example Analysis
These are instructions for running an OSM analysis environment locally using pre-processed editing histories and Jupyter notebook, as we did at the State of the Map US 2018 workshop.
For a more thorough write-up of the workshop goals and approach, see description.md.
Obtaining the data
data directory currently includes sample data for Detroit, Michigan. See the list at the bottom of the page to download pre-processed data for a few other North American cities.
Once you have Jupyter installed, you'll need the following python packages many of these are already installed with the Anacondas Distribution
From the sotmus-analysis directory, run
jupyter notebook and your browser should launch with the following:
To get started, click the analysis folder and open one of the notebooks:
The Per-Edit Analysis Notebook
A heatmap and timeline of building edits in Detroit constructed by the per-edit notebook
What other cities are available?
Detroit is currently available in this repository. Data for the following cities are available for download below (Data as of September 30, 2018). To use these files, download them and put them in the