Openstreetmap Postgis Script Repository For Osmosis Pgsnapshot Schema - QGIS compatibility scripts
Github code here https://github.com/baditaflorin/osm-postgis-scripts/tree/master
Youtube tutorial here ( 4 minutes ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhJQbKey9EI
The licence is AGPLV3+
Here at Telenav , in the Map Analyst Team we use Postgis a lot.
In the real world, Postgis and OpenStreetMap seems to be used more only in Academics or by people that know a medium or high degree of programming.
I think that we should change that and make more simple the availability of Postgis as a tool that can help us visualize information’s from the OSM database much faster.
3 Ways of making Postgis more easy to use with OSM data
# I. - SCOPE
For this i will release SCOPE ( databaSe Creator Osmosis Postgis loadEr ), a command line tool for easy loading of a osm.pbf file into Postgis, via osmosis
- You will find scope in the repo
II. A central place for osm-postgis-scripts
The idea is to have a central place were we can find different Postgis scripts, so when we want to do a statistic or something regarding the OSM data, to have a place were you can download, fork and store the scripts that you are using in your Projects The same is when you want to make a map, visualize some things, etc
https://github.com/baditaflorin/postgis-openstreetmap-script-repository-for-osmosis-pgsnapshot-schema # III. Qgis + Postgis = Speed
Because people from different parts of the world can use the same script, this will mean that we can also use the same QGIS Style , so in the repo you can also upload your Qgis Style that you have used with one of the scripts, and even if i will work on a different country, i will use the same DB schema and the same script, so the style will be compatible to use.
Check it out here https://github.com/baditaflorin/osm-postgis-scripts/tree/master
Bonus IV. Let`s use standards and templates so we can easily modify and create something new.
I have made this example as a blueprint for creating a new sql script file. https://github.com/baditaflorin/osm-postgis-scripts/blob/master/template.sql
Need input from you, how should we do with the names of the files, so that they respect some sort of standard And also if people want to add a QGIS Style, to respect a format
If the sql script is called nodes_show_adresses.sql the Qgis Style should be nodes_show_adresses_QGIS_description.eml
I am bad at the last part, so need your input so we can create something nice for the future.