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I am working on a machine learning project which requires me to be able to detect water vs not water a t a pixel level. I was wondering if it is possible to download the underlying vector layers that have water labeled to match with a satellite image. For example all the water in maps is a specific blue color. Is it possible to download vector data from maps that will have water labeled as that blue?

asked 19 Aug '20, 18:43

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There's https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSMCoastline (https://osmcode.org/osmcoastline/) but it doesn't cover large lakes or rivers.

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answered 19 Aug '20, 20:53

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