Changes between Version 135 and Version 136 of Introduction


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2020-03-10T18:30:15+01:00 (4 months ago)
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Directory rework, see #18845

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  • Introduction

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    55=== JOSM Terminology ===
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    7  [[Image(source:trunk/images/data/node.svg,middle,inline,link=)]] Node:: A node is a point.
     7 [[JOSMImage(data/node,middle,inline,link=)]] Node:: A node is a point.
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    9  [[Image(source:trunk/images/data/way.svg,middle,inline,link=)]] Way:: A way is a line connecting multiple nodes. Way, therefore, is a general term for series of joined nodes, not just for roads or ways in reality.
     9 [[JOSMImage(data/way,middle,inline,link=)]] Way:: A way is a line connecting multiple nodes. Way, therefore, is a general term for series of joined nodes, not just for roads or ways in reality.
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    11  [[Image(source:trunk/images/data/relation.png,middle,inline,link=)]] Relation:: A relation is an ordered sequence of ways and nodes, a logical container used to group elements. Only [https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/reports/database_statistics 1% of the data] is modeled using relations.
     11 [[JOSMImage(data/relation,middle,inline,link=)]] Relation:: A relation is an ordered sequence of ways and nodes, a logical container used to group elements. Only [https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/reports/database_statistics 1% of the data] is modeled using relations.
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    13  [[Image(source:trunk/images/data/closedway.svg,middle,inline,link=)]] Area:: An area is a way whose ends are connected.
     13 [[JOSMImage(data/closedway,middle,inline,link=)]] Area:: An area is a way whose ends are connected.
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    15  [[Image(source:trunk/images/dialogs/propertiesdialog.svg,middle,16,inline,link=)]] Tag:: Tags describe what each node, way or relation represents. Tags are organized into "keys" and "values." Keys are basically larger categories, such as "Highway" or "Land Use," while values are specific features, such as "Primary Road" or "Residential Street," and "Residential" or "Retail" land use.
     15 [[JOSMImage(dialogs/propertiesdialog,middle,16,inline,link=)]] Tag:: Tags describe what each node, way or relation represents. Tags are organized into "keys" and "values." Keys are basically larger categories, such as "Highway" or "Land Use," while values are specific features, such as "Primary Road" or "Residential Street," and "Residential" or "Retail" land use.
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    1717If a road, track or path is curved, the curve is approximated using a number of nodes within a way, and short lines connecting them. If a way has a direction, that is indicated partly by using tags. For example, "oneway=yes" is a road that goes only in one direction. Other tags refer to being on the left and right of the direction of way along the way.
     
    3232==== OSM data ====
    3333
    34 Next, add data for that area from main server, click at: [[Image(source:trunk/images/download.png,middle,20,link=)]] [wikitr:/Help/Action/Download Download from OSM] ({{{Ctrl+Shift+↓}}}).
     34Next, add data for that area from main server, click at: [[JOSMImage(download,middle,20,link=)]] [wikitr:/Help/Action/Download Download from OSM] ({{{Ctrl+Shift+↓}}}).
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    3636[[Image(download-data.gif,600,inline,link=)]]
     
    6464The first step of actual editing is to [wikitr:/Help/Action/Draw add a node] or way to the OSM data. You can add standalone nodes or you can add nodes to ways, especially where there is a [wikitr:/Help/Action/Draw#Commonnodeswithanotherway junction between two ways].
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    66 To add a node, activate "Draw Nodes" [wikitr:Help/EditToolbar#Workingmodes mode], ''either by clicking the [[Image(source:trunk/images/mapmode/node/autonode.png,20,middle,link=)]] button in the left menu bar, or by hitting the "A" key on the keyboard (the button should then be highlighted)''.
     66To add a node, activate "Draw Nodes" [wikitr:Help/EditToolbar#Workingmodes mode], ''either by clicking the [[JOSMImage(mapmode/node/autonode,20,middle,link=)]] button in the left menu bar, or by hitting the "A" key on the keyboard (the button should then be highlighted)''.
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    6868Then move the mouse cursor over where you want the node, over a way or over your GPS track (if you uploaded one) and left click wherever you want to place the node. A red dot (a selected node) should appear and a rubber-line spans from that node to the mouse cursor. If you create subsequent nodes, the earlier nodes will be shown as yellow nodes.
     
    7373Ways or nodes on their own are not of much use unless they are ''[wikitr:/Help/Concepts/Object#Tags tagged]'' to say what they represent. The [osmwiki:Map_Features Map Features] page shows some popular tags, this page will never be complete about all tags.
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    75 The first step in adding tags is to be sure the [wikitr:/Help/Dialog/TagsMembership Tags/Membership window] is open on the right hand side of JOSM. ''The [[Image(source:trunk/images/dialogs/propertiesdialog.svg,20,middle,link=)]] button on the left should be highlighted. If it is not highlighted, click on it or hit `Alt+Shift+P`''.
     75The first step in adding tags is to be sure the [wikitr:/Help/Dialog/TagsMembership Tags/Membership window] is open on the right hand side of JOSM. ''The [[JOSMImage(dialogs/propertiesdialog,20,middle,link=)]] button on the left should be highlighted. If it is not highlighted, click on it or hit `Alt+Shift+P`''.
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    77 You will see three buttons: [[Image(source:trunk/images/dialogs/add.png,20,middle,link=)]] '''Add''', [[Image(source:trunk/images/dialogs/edit.png,20,middle,link=)]]'''Edit''' and [[Image(source:trunk/images/dialogs/delete.svg,20,middle,link=)]]'''Delete'''.
     77You will see three buttons: [[JOSMImage(dialogs/add,20,middle,link=)]] '''Add''', [[JOSMImage(dialogs/edit,20,middle,link=)]]'''Edit''' and [[JOSMImage(dialogs/delete,20,middle,link=)]]'''Delete'''.
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    7979To edit the properties of a node or way (such as adding a tag) in the Tags/Membership window, the way or node must be selected.
    80 1. ''Enter [wikitr:/Help/Action/Select Select mode] by clicking on [[Image(source:trunk/images/mapmode/move/move.png,20,middle,link=)]] of the left-hand icons or by hitting the {{{S}}} key.''
    81 1. ''Highlight the way or point you wish to select. Click the [[Image(source:trunk/images/dialogs/add.png,20,middle,link=)]]'''Add''' button.''
     801. ''Enter [wikitr:/Help/Action/Select Select mode] by clicking on [[JOSMImage(mapmode/move/move,20,middle,link=)]] of the left-hand icons or by hitting the {{{S}}} key.''
     811. ''Highlight the way or point you wish to select. Click the [[JOSMImage(dialogs/add,20,middle,link=)]]'''Add''' button.''
    82821. ''A [wikitr:/Help/Dialog/AddValue dialog box] will appear, and you will be asked to select a key and a value for each tag. Type in the key/value pair that represents the tag you are creating. For example, for the key you might type "amenity" and for the value "fountain" (without quotes).''
    83831. ''Click OK. You have now tagged your way. You can add several tags to one object.
     
    110110=== Uploading to OSM ===#UploadingtoOSM
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    112 If you are happy with all that you have done then you must upload your work to the OSM server. Click on the [[Image(source:trunk/images/upload.png,20,middle,link=)]] button.
     112If you are happy with all that you have done then you must upload your work to the OSM server. Click on the [[JOSMImage(upload,20,middle,link=)]] button.
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    114114This will automatically trigger a [wikitr:/Help/Validator validation] of your changes. Review all validation warnings and try to resolve them before you upload. This will prevent unfortunate mistakes such as un-tagged objects or unconnected roads. Note that validator warnings can also be wrong in seldom special cases.