Friday, October 30, 2020 at 10:00am to 12:00pm
Join us virtually with UCLA and SC mappers in our 4th annual humanitarian mapathon to make entries on the OpenStreetMap platform in support of priority humanitarian relief efforts around the world!
Last year’s mapathon was one of the world’s largest single-day events with 150 mappers collectively mapping 17,126 buildings. Help us break our record by mapping more than 20,000 buildings this year over 3 days. See the mapathon schedule below.
No GIS skills are required! We will quickly train you to use OpenStreetMap (OSM) to assist in humanitarian projects around the world.
Register here: https://ucla.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIqcOCrrTktHtROXqLt-r1Fz6mHd6VRY3uB
Day 1: Kick Off
(Wednesday, October 28, 2020)
• 10 am PT: Welcome from Yoh Kawano
at UCLA and Andy Rutkowski at USC and start mapping.
• 10:30 am + 12:30 pm + 2:30 pm + 4:30 pm PT: Hands on training throughout the day. If you miss the first training, come back at any of the times listed above.
Day 2: A Day of Workshops
(Thursday, October 29, 2020)
• 9 am PT: Open Street Map and Python
• 11 am PT: Mapping in Tableau
• 1 pm PT: GIS with R
• 3 pm PT: Intro to QGIS
• 12 am PT (midnight): Mapping Ends
Day 3: Celebration
(Friday, October 30, 2020)
• 10 am PT: A Conversation with Ben Welsh, editor, Data and Graphics Department, Los Angeles Times
• 11 am PT: The Big Reveal and Celebratory Remarks
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