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Użycie "Field Papers" do utworzenia atlasu sześciu-stronicowego

Field Papers jest internetowym narzędziem do łatwego tworzenia atlasu do druku map dla dowolnego miejsca na świecie, który można wydrukować i dodawać notatki.

Opis

Jest sposobem, by edytować OpenStreetMap, low-tech i w sposób łatwy -- wydrukować mapę, wyjść w teren i naszkicować co widzimy, a potem wrócić, zrobić zdjęcie z naszej mapy lub zeskanować ją i zaktualizować OpenStreetMap.

"Field Papers" jest kontynuacją "Walking Papers", również stworzony przez Mike'a Migurski z firmy Stamen Design.

"Field Papers" pozwala łatwo przygotować układ strony dla wielo-stronicowego papierowego atlasu z możliwością wyboru kilku stylów map oraz zdjęć satelitarnych i OpenStreetMap. Domyślnie jest OpenStreetMap, ale można to zmienić jako prosty styl czarno-białych map z cienkimi liniami specjalnie zaprojektowanego, aby zaoszczędzić atrament i dać miejsce do robienia notatek. Dzięki tym funkcjom, jest to jedna z najlepszych OSM na papierze opcji.

"Field Papers" ma wbudowane narzędzia adnotacji notatki z pobrań w formacie GIS. "Field Papers" obsługuje również konta użytkowników, dzięki czemu możemy zaoszczędzić "swoje notatki" na później, zrobić atlas prywatne, dzielić się z grupą lub używać usługę anonimowo. Możesz również przeglądać inne mapy, aby zobaczyć, czy ktoś już stworzył mapę którą zamierzasz zrobić, oszczędzając sobie trochę czasu.

Przewodniki

Jak zrobić atlas

Field Papers: Make an Atlas
  1. Click on “Make an atlas to print”’ or “Make yourself an atlas” from the Field Papers home page.
  2. Type in the geographical area that you would like to access. You can be as general (a country) or specific (an address) as you would like. Once Field Papers pulls up your atlas, you can pan and zoom to the specific area you’d like to see.
  3. Adjust the area for your atlas using the selection area (highlighted).
    1. Use the four-directional arrow icon to move the entire selected area.
    2. Click on the plus and minus buttons to add and subtract pages. Field Papers automatically creates your atlas on two pages. TIP: Try to select the least number of pages as you need for your atlas to avoid possible delays in atlas generation.
    3. Click and hold your mouse down on any part of the map to move the entire atlas.
    4. Click on the arrow button at the lower right of the selection box to adjust the size of the selection area.
  4. Decide how you would like your printed atlas to look. Display options include OpenStreetMap (default), Black and White, Satellite + Labels, and Satellite Only. Click Next.
  5. Give your atlas a name so that you’ll be able to find it later when you log in to Field Papers.
  6. Add a description (optional) for your atlas. This will show up on each page of your atlas.
  7. Decide whether you would like the atlas to be public or private by checking the “Make this atlas private” box. Private means no one else can find your atlas. Click Next. Tip: If you choose to make your atlas private, you can still share it with others with a unique URL. However, make sure to log into Field Papers when you create the map, so that you will have access to it later through your account.
  8. Choose a layout for your atlas. Options include (1) Maps only; (2) Maps + Notes on their own pages; or (3) Maps + Notes on the same page. *Optional: Overlay a Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) grid to your map by checking the box under “Choose a Layout.”
  9. Click Finished. When your map has been generated by Field Papers, you will see it appear on your screen.
  10. Choose to download the PDF (“Download PDF”) and/or copy it to another user (“Copy this atlas”). Download the PDF to save, print, or share using the unique URL. All PDFs include a QR code that makes it possible for Field Papers to update your map with your edits when you upload it back to the site.
  11. Print out your map and mark it up using pen or pencil. You can add or update anything on the map you’d like – things that you can see with your own eye, or maybe other kinds of information that is important to you.
  12. View maps that others have generated in the same area by looking under “Activity”. This can save you some time if you’d like copy other people’s atlases.
  13. For advanced users, you can export your map into three different file formats: GeoJSON, Plain Text (CSV), or Shapefile.

Field Papers maps can be easily opened using two of OpenStreetMap’s editing tools: (1) iD editor; or (2) Potlatch.

Jak załadować Snapshot

Example of a Field Papers Snapshot
  1. After you have marked up the Field Papers atlas that you printed out, take a picture of each page using a camera and save it to your computer or hard drive. The image must be high resolution (at least 200 dots per inch (dpi)) and saved in one of these formats: JPG, PNG, TIF, or GIF. Most camera phones take pictures at this resolution or much better.
  2. Click on “Upload pages you’ve marked” from the main Field Papers page.
  3. Browse for your file on your computer or hard drive (make sure it’s in one of the file formats recognized by Field Papers) and hit “Upload.”
  4. You will see a bar tracking the progress of your upload. Be patient, it won’t take that long!
  5. Optional: Add notes to your snapshot using Field Paper’s basic annotation tools. Click on the x icon to add markers (specific points on your map) or the polygon icon to draw boundaries or borders. You can add notes to each. Note that these edits will not be saved permanently to your snapshot. For more advanced editing options, advanced users can edit their snapshot in iD or Potlach using OpenStreetMap. Click “Finished”.
  6. You should now be able to see your hand-drawn edits on your updated snapshot.
  7. Download your map (“Download PDF”) to save, print, or share using the unique URL.
  8. View atlases that others have generated nearby by looking under “Activity”.
  9. For advanced users, export your map into three different programs: GeoJSON, Plain Text (CSV), or Shapefile.
  10. Field Papers maps can also be easily opened using two of OpenStreetMap’s editing tools: (1) iD editor; or (2) Potlatch.

Tips:

  • Make sure to save your photo in the largest size possible, especially if you are using the camera on your phone. This will save your image in the highest resolution possible.
  • One page equals one snapshot so if your map is multiple pages, you will need to take a picture of each page.
  • When taking your “snapshot”, make sure that your map fills your screen (without cutting anything off) and that the photo is not taken at an angle. Also make sure the QR code is displayed in full. If Field Papers is not able to upload your snapshot (it will tell you), try taking another picture using these guidelines.

Wtyczka w JOSM

Przewodnik: Jak to zrobić

  1. dodajemy dane wektorowe do wycinków.
  2. używamy jako warstwy do edycji w JOSM (po wdrożeniu)
  3. używamy jako warstwy do edycji w Potlach
  4. używamy jako warstwy do edycji w iD
  5. używamy jako przezroczystego pokrycia nad OSM slippy map
  6. eksportujemy jako geotiff
  7. dzielimy się ze znajomymi

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