My thought in the work flow for the process is like this.
Study the tables at Village level for the Whole of India by comparing
Three sources come to mind first 1. Census 2011, 2. LGB Directory 3. The
new data shared by Naveen on Land records
Most important fact that I feel is though the Second Admin and Third Admin
keep changing the villages by far remain the same.
Not many new villages will be Created or Cease to exist
SO having the latest data (TABLE) at village level is most important.
We could freeze it up to a level and then for everything that is not clear
we can have a remark at village level
We can do this for all of India together
After this start with working on the polygons ...
On Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 6:04:51 PM UTC+5:30, Justin wrote:
> Thanks for helping! I still want to figure out the plan for this. Beause
> in creating the admin 3s, we will have to play some games with village
> boundaries (sometimes villages split to update the new admin 3s.I think a
> state by state approach is best. Once we determine a state is finished,
> then any new additional states we add should be seamless with finished
> states, so i think evaluationg the state boundaries at the same time would
> benefit the project. I dont think we need to go crazy with this, but just
> walk the boundary against imagery and make sure nothing is shifted. I have
> seen several datasets where the majority of the data is correct, but
> several sub districts/ districts seem to all have a subtle shift in them.
> As per uploading raw gis data, what is the best approach? google drive,
> dropbox, etc? Or diretly to a repo/ issue on Github? I think comparing any
> data I have, to datameet, to any individuals who would like to share data,
> then compare, make a list of pros/ cons to the data, then determine best
> data, datasets to use, then verify amounts, check topology, etc, then
> finalize it.
> If anyone wants to add ideas, or a process how to do this, please do! I
> appreciate evryones help with this and am excited to try and create
> something that would help everyone in India looking for this data.
> On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 1:14 AM, Thejesh GN <i...@thejeshgn.com
>> I can create a DM github project if guys like to maintain something.
>> Let me know.
>> Thejesh GN ⏚ ತೇಜೇಶ್ ಜಿ.ಎನ್
>>> I checked the two villages they are in Ponda. Also inquired locally.
>>> They are in Ponda. Today's as well as about 6 month old LGdirectory also
>>> says same thing.
>>> On Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 12:48:46 AM UTC+5:30, Justin wrote:
>>>> Im looking over Goa from the http://lgdirectory.gov.in/. The new
>>>>>> subdistrict is Dharbandora. for some reason when looking at the villages
>>>>>> under this new subdistrict the information is missing from these two
>>>>>> villages (previously in Ponda): Usgao (CT) and Gangem.
>>>> So I think the LGdirectory will help, but I think we have to understand
>>>> it can be missing information and not up-to-date.
>>>> Still looking for other resources for Goa.
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