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#1 2010-05-20 17:33:52

Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
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Buildings with many institutions?

What do you people suggest for tagging a building which has many institutions?
The example I am talking about is a New York building holding several consulates and representations.

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#2 2010-05-21 13:32:32

sSraH9o2
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Re: Buildings with many institutions?

Such buildings usually have a name. I'd just go with that instead of trying to create a building directory.

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#3 2010-05-21 14:24:29

Vclaw
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Re: Buildings with many institutions?

I would draw the building as an area (tagged as building=yes, plus name= etc). Then add nodes for the individual amenities / shops etc, in their (approximate) locations in the building.

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#4 2010-05-21 21:20:53

Willi2006
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Re: Buildings with many institutions?

Vclaw wrote:

I would draw the building as an area (tagged as building=yes, plus name= etc). Then add nodes for the individual amenities / shops etc, in their (approximate) locations in the building.

I have tried this for a shopping mall centralplaza Khon Kaen. I added only larger shops. Mapnik doesn't render all. But the data layer shows them all or better JOSM.

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#5 2010-05-25 20:19:16

Hugo_H
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Re: Buildings with many institutions?

Did any one of you looked at the lightning presentation on the SotM09"12:10      State      (lightning) 3D mapping in Japan: OSM challenge in 3D town Tokyo Japan - Miurahr  at this site: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Stat … e_Map_2009

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Mapping tool: Garmin HCx, Nikon Coolpix L3

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#6 2011-05-27 16:28:47

Janjko
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Re: Buildings with many institutions?

Vclaw wrote:

I would draw the building as an area (tagged as building=yes, plus name= etc). Then add nodes for the individual amenities / shops etc, in their (approximate) locations in the building.

I think this is the right way. Maybe they won't be renderd (remember, don't map for the renderer) but they will come up in search. Also, maybe a better renderer will be made in the future.

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#7 2012-10-05 10:06:38

Władysław Komorek
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Re: Buildings with many institutions?

Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér wrote:

What do you people suggest for tagging a building which has many institutions?
The example I am talking about is a New York building holding several consulates and representations.

I think, the proper way would by "relation", where building is a "site".
You can add releation to each institution.

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#8 2012-10-06 15:28:04

Tordanik
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Re: Buildings with many institutions?

Władysław Komorek wrote:
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér wrote:

What do you people suggest for tagging a building which has many institutions?
The example I am talking about is a New York building holding several consulates and representations.

I think, the proper way would by "relation", where building is a "site".

A site relation models an area which usually contains multiple buildings. This relation type is probably not appropriate here.

Some people use building relations, but I would likely map it like Vclaw - as a building=* outline way with nodes for the institutions placed within that outline.

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