Is there statistics for OpenStreetMap completeness on cities (every countries) ?


asked 06 Sep '19, 08:14

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It depends on what you consider "complete". If somebody was so inclined, they could map every individual tree, every kerb on every road, etc., so it's possible for a city to never be "completely" mapped.

(06 Sep '19, 16:47) alester

I know there are attempts to measure "completeness" by comparing streets and named places in OSM to official lists for Germany and Switzerland. Sorry, I cannot offer more.

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answered 06 Sep '19, 08:38

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