That's how I worked it out at least.
Comment from HannesHH on 30 November 2009 at 16:49
Confess, you had a long long trip through the country last week.
Comment from dankarran on 30 November 2009 at 18:46
Mapping the other 61% should be fun :)
Comment from mannequinZOD on 7 December 2009 at 02:18
please check your statisctics. I think you a counting every entry 3 times, its more like 13%
You are overestimating by a factor of 3!!!
grep -ci 'Pub:' united_kingdom_Eating_Drinking.gpx
Comment from mannequinZOD on 7 December 2009 at 02:20
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Comment from IknowJoseph on 8 December 2009 at 19:13
mannequinZOD, have you actually tried the command you suggest?
joseph@joseph-work:~$ grep -ci 'Pub:' united_kingdom_Eating_Drinking.gpx
Which is c.38% of UK pubs, or the numbers I originally posted.
Thanks for contributing, but I would recommend you try the commands you suggest before telling me I'm doing it wrong. For another view, you could also look at the shapefile I link to from my latest blog post.
Comment from IknowJoseph on 8 December 2009 at 19:19
Furthermore, remove the c flag and you'll see that I'm not out by a factor of three:
joseph@joseph-work:~$ grep -i 'Pub' united_kingdom_Eating_Drinking.gpx | sort | head
Pub:13th Note Cafe
Pub:1901 Bar & Bistro
I see you've got your own statistics online now, I would recommend double checking them.
* First item
* Second item
1. First item
2. Second item