MapSwipe Analytics is a website that brings together everything related to MapSwipe projects. This includes a visualisation of the results (e.g. settlement layer), but also additional characteristics like agreement among volunteers, which is an important indicator for quality. Furthermore, you can monitor the progress of individual MapSwipe projects. Please note that we are still in the beta mode. We are working on improving the design as well as the analytical features. Your feedback is always welcome. Just post an issue to our GitLab repository.
Looking for processed MapSwipe data? Here you go! MapSwipe Data Repository
We also provide you with the tools (written in python) to process the data on your own. This gives you the possibility to download and process MapSwipe data at any time and as often as you like. As we are trying to improve the scripts step by step, have a look at the GitLab repo and always get the latest version.
This work has kindly been supported by the Klaus Tschira Foundation (KTS) Heidelberg in the context of establishing the Heidelberg Institute for Geoinformation Technology (HeiGIT).
This Website was created by Marcel Reinmuth, Benjamin Herfort and Michael Dollinger. Special Thanks go to Jess Cahill for the work on improving the design.
For most projects, Mapswipe is the first stage of creating detailed maps as part of the
Missing Maps Project.
It reveals where building and roads are, so that volunteers can then trace them into
Humanitarian agencies use these maps to plan risk reduction and disaster response activities that save lives.
You can also help with a donation to the Humaitarian OpenStreetMap Team