Offline Openstreetmap. OpenStreetMap can be used offline, without an internet connection, in a number of ways. In fact some offline offerings can be vastly superior to those of other map data providers, because OpenStreetMap is free (zero cost) and we are free (as in freedom) to download data in bulk. By contrast, commercial map providers will often deliberately use technical barriers to limit offline storage/distribution of their data. Working offline is helpful for all sorts of reasons. Local storage is often faster than making requests to the internet. If you are travelling abroad, and want to save on roaming fees. Since OpenStreetMap data has so many uses, and a lively ecosystem of developers creating different tools, there are many options.
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Moving Historical Geodata to the Web The New York Public LibrarySupported by the Alfred P. Sloan FoundationNovember 5-7, 2014 [meeting notes by Lex Berman] PDF: agenda participants Hosted by Matt Knutzen, Geospatial Librarian for NYPL, this meeting built upon the successful digitization of the NYPL map collection and established common ground with other similar institutional projects. The meeting also connected experts from across the U.S. and Europe who are currently working on the same types of historical geographic information in digital form. The workshop participants spent two days brain storming, sharing experiences, and proposing practical steps for collaboration.
In his opening remarks, Knutzen described the transformation of more than 20,000 historical map sheets in the NYPL collection into digital images that were subsequently made available to the general public. During the meeting a metadata exchange repository was established: DATA LIFE CYCLE1. The Center for Geographic Analysis, Harvard University.
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