OpenStreetMap US

AidData maintains the most comprehensive dataset on Chinese-financed development projects, tracking 20,985 projects between 2000 and 2021 worth $1.34 trillion, including geospatial data from OpenStreetMap. Our dataset for 165 low- and middle-income countries is rapidly approaching real-time, and we are expanding to 79 high income countries including the U.S. With recent successes integrating data from OSM, we are eager to continue bridging work within the OSM community with global policymakers.

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A behind-the-scenes look at OpenStreetMap mapping: It’s not all about data production

Jun 7, 2024 · Levente Juhász

Communities are vital to OpenStreetMap. Data quality has been studied widely but OSM goes beyond just data. I explore and analyze mailing list and wiki activity to gain insights beyond just spatial...