Here is the GeoJSON file for the import (42 MB — don't try to open it in 
geojson.io, use QGIS): https://transfer.sh/12oTYj/fuel.json

Ilya

> 7 марта 2018 г., в 20:18, Clifford Snow <cliff...@snowandsnow.us> написал(а):
> 
> Ilya,
> Can you place the entire db online somewhere so we can look at a sample in 
> our area? I tried to find some stations near me but the browse as points 
> failed and looking at the data as a table isn't very user friendly.
> 
> Thanks,
> Clifford
> 
> On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 9:07 AM, Ilya Zverev <i...@zverev.info> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> 
> Following the recent UK Shell stations import, I've got ahold of the entire 
> NavAds dataset. A major part of it are fuel stations all across the world: 
> UK, US, France, Germany, Australia, and many other countries. We have the 
> full permission to use the data, it is very recent (we get updates monthly) 
> and quite precise: all locations are manually tweaked after geocoding. It has 
> fuel stations of major brands (Shell, BP, Total) and smaller, non-chain 
> owners (ProxiFuel, Lotherol, Edeka).
> 
> You can see the numbers and check a few stations yourself at the validation 
> website (it will be very slow, please bear with it):
> 
> http://audit.osmz.ru/project/navads_fuel
> 
> I want to import this data to OpenStreetMap. Which means, to update tags on 
> 38k fuel stations and add 21k stations not present on OSM. For that, I need 
> you to have a look at the data. Of course it is impossible to manually check 
> every object, and to do that afterwards each month up to eternity. But you 
> can help check that tags are correct, that there are no duplicates being 
> created, and that postcodes on objects are good to import.
> 
> The source dataset has much more information than I upload. For example, it 
> has flags for grocery stores, car washes, restaurants in fuel station 
> buildings, and I don't know tags for these. It has street addresses, but they 
> need to be parsed, and that isn't easy ("62 Rue Du General Leclerc", 
> "Pritzwalker Straße 20", "Allée de Provence Bld Des Alpes De Haute 
> Provence"). It has town and state and country for each fuel station. You can 
> see a sample of the source json here, and maybe suggest on using some of the 
> extra information:
> 
> https://pastebin.com/SLXq8Eb8
> 
> Please be gentle. I know some of you despise large-scale imports, but this 
> one to me is as good as imports get. I'd like to get it to completion, even 
> if all that remains from the source data are the type and the brand name.
> 
> Thanks,
> Ilya
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