Commit 58ea72e3 authored by Cecilia Nievas's avatar Cecilia Nievas
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Added occupancy mapping files

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COM
COM1
COM2
COM3
COM4
COM5
COM6
COM7
COM8
COM9
COM10
COM11
RES
RES1
RES2
RES2A
RES2B
RES2C
RES2D
RES2E
RES2F
RES3
RES4
RES5
RES6
IND
IND1
IND2
MIX
MIX1
MIX2
MIX3
MIX4
MIX5
MIX6
AGR
AGR1
AGR2
AGR3
ASS
ASS1
ASS2
ASS3
ASS4
GOV
GOV1
GOV2
EDU
EDU1
EDU2
EDU3
EDU4
OCO
These files are intended to facilitate the implementation of an initial classification of occupancy class for `OpenBuildingMap`. The core concept behind such classification is the mapping between OpenStreetMap tags and occupancy strings as per the [GEM Taxonomy v3.0](https://github.com/gem/gem_taxonomy). For explanations regarding the meaning of the occupancy strings, please see this [glossary](https://taxonomy.openquake.org/).
The files contain the following:
- `building_and_PoIs_tags.csv`: mapping between OSM tags associated with buildings and/or points of interest and GEM Taxonomy occupancy strings.
- `landuse_tags.csv`: mapping between OSM tags associated with land uses and GEM Taxonomy occupancy strings.
- `GEM_taxonomy_strings.csv`: list of all possible GEM Taxonomy occupancy strings.
- `overriding_occupancies.csv`: GEM Taxonomy occupancy strings that, when present, should override (take prevalence over) other strings.
In the first two CSV files, the columns are the following:
- `key`: OpenStreetMap key.
- `value`: value of the key (together, `key=value` are a `tag`).
- `taginfo_description`: description of the tag according to [taginfo](https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/).
- `GEM_taxonomy_occupancy`: the occupancy string according to the GEM Taxonomy. If more than one value is possible, they are separated by "|".
- `comments`: comments associated with the established mapping.
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key,value,taginfo_description,GEM_taxonomy_occupancy,comments
amenity,university,"An educational institution designed for instruction, examination, or both, of students in many branches of advanced learning.",EDU3,
amenity,school,A primary or secondary school (pupils typically aged 6 to 18).,EDU2,
amenity,college,"A place for further education, a post-secondary education institution which is not a University",EDU3,
amenity,library,A place to read and/or lend books,COM6,
amenity,fuel,A retail facility for refueling motor vehicles,UNDECIDABLE,It is not clear which GEM occupancy type this is
amenity,parking,A place for parking cars,UNDECIDABLE,It may not be a building
amenity,cinema,"A movie theater, a place showing movies.",ASS3,
amenity,theatre,A place where live theatrical performances are held.,ASS3,
amenity,place_of_worship,A place where religious services are conducted,ASS1,
amenity,hospital,A hospital providing in-patient medical treatment,COM4,
landuse,allotments,Allotment gardens with multiple land parcels assigned to individuals or families for gardening.,RES|AGR,
landuse,animal_keeping,An area of land that is used to keep animals,AGR2,
landuse,brownfield,Land scheduled for new development,UNDECIDABLE,
landuse,cemetery,"A place where people, or sometimes animals are buried that isn't part of a place of worship",UNDECIDABLE,Not convinced it classifies as assembly
landuse,commercial,"A commercial zone, predominantly offices or services.",COM,
landuse,education,An area predominately used for educational purposes/facilities.,EDU,
landuse,farm,N/A,AGR,
landuse,farmland,Area of farmland used mainly for tillage (annual crops),AGR,
landuse,farmyard,"Area of land with farm buildings (farmhouse, sheds, stables, barns, etc.)",AGR,
landuse,forest,"Forest or woodland, sometimes considered to be restricted to managed woodlands or tree plantations.",UNDECIDABLE,
landuse,garages,Denotes areas occupied by multiple private garage buildings,RES,RES due to private ownership
landuse,government,N/A,GOV,
landuse,grass,"A smaller area of grass, usually mown and managed.",UNDECIDABLE,
landuse,grassland,N/A,UNDECIDABLE,
landuse,greenhouse,N/A,AGR3,
landuse,greenhouse_horticulture,Land area used for growing plants in greenhouses.,AGR3,
landuse,industrial,"An area with predominantly workshops, factories or warehouses.",IND,
landuse,landfill,A site for permanent or long term storage of waste materials.,IND,
landuse,leisure,N/A,COM11,Not sure
landuse,meadow,"An area of meadow or pasture: land primarily vegetated by grass and other non-woody plants, mainly used for hay or grazing",AGR,
landuse,mine,N/A,IND1,
landuse,military,Area used for military purposes,GOV|RES4,
landuse,orchard,Used to mark intentional planting of trees or shrubs maintained for food production,AGR,
landuse,park,N/A,UNDECIDABLE,
landuse,plant_nursery,"Represents land that is used solely for plant nurseries, which grow live plants for sale",AGR3,Assuming it is the same as greenhouse
landuse,quarry,Area of land used for surface extraction (open-pit mining),IND1,
landuse,railway,"An area of land dedicated to train operation or support, around tracks, yards, sidings, station complexes, and ancillary man-made objects along the tracks.",UNDECIDABLE,
landuse,recreation_ground,"An open green space for general recreation, which often includes formal or informal pitches, nets and so on. Often municipally owned, sometimes part of colleges / companies or commercially operated.",COM11,Not sure
landuse,religious,An area used for religious purposes,ASS1,
landuse,reservoir,An artificial lake which may be used to store water.,UNDECIDABLE,
landuse,residential,An area with predominantly houses or apartment buildings.,RES,
landuse,retail,An area that encloses predominantly shops.,COM,
landuse,school,N/A,EDU2,
landuse,village_green,A village green is a distinctive area of grassy public land in a village centre.,UNDECIDABLE,
landuse,vineyard,"Used to tag vineyards, a piece of land where grapes are grown.",AGR,
landuse,wood,N/A,UNDECIDABLE,
landuse,winter_sports,An area dedicated to winter sports (e.g. skiing),COM11|COM5,Sort of buildings around winter sport areas likely include restaurants and bars. Not even sure COM11 really applies.
leisure,common,Identify land over which the public has general rights of use for certain leisure activities.,ASS4,
leisure,dog_park,"A designated area, with or without a fenced boundary, where dog-owners are permitted to exercise their pets unrestrained.",UNDECIDABLE,
leisure,escape_game,"A physical adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles using clues, hints and strategy to complete the objectives at hand.",COM11,
leisure,garden,A place where flowers and other plants are grown in a decorative and structured manner or for scientific purposes.,UNDECIDABLE,
leisure,golf_course,A golf course,COM11|COM5,Sort of buildings around golf courses likely include restaurants and bars. Not even sure COM11 really applies.
leisure,ice_rink,A place where you can skate and play bandy or ice hockey.,COM11|ASS2,Depending on the number of spectators
leisure,hackerspace,"A place where people with common interests (science, technology, ...) meet.",COM11,
leisure,marina,A facility for mooring leisure yachts and motor boats.,COM11|COM5,Sort of buildings around marinas likely include restaurants and bars. Not even sure COM11 really applies.
leisure,miniature_golf,A place or area where you can play miniature golf.,COM11|COM5,Sort of buildings around golf courses likely include restaurants and bars. Not even sure COM11 really applies.
leisure,nature_reserve,"A protected area of importance for wildlife, flora, fauna or features of geological or other special interest.",UNDECIDABLE,
leisure,park,"A park, usually urban (municipal).",UNDECIDABLE,
leisure,pitch,"An area designed for practising a particular sport, normally designated with appropriate markings.",COM11,
leisure,playground,A playground: an area designed for children to play.,UNDECIDABLE,
leisure,sports_centre,A sports centre is a distinct facility where sports take place within an enclosed area.,COM11|ASS2,Depending on the number of spectators (most likely COM11)
leisure,stadium,A major sports facility with substantial tiered seating.,ASS2,
leisure,swimming_area,An official open-space natural place where you can swim,COM11,
leisure,swimming_pool,A swimming pool (water area only),COM11,
leisure,water_park,"An amusement park with features like water slides, recreational pools (e.g. wave pools) or lazy rivers.",COM11,
natural,beach,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,bare_rock,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,dune,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,fell,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,glacier,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,grassland,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,heath,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,land,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,mud,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,scrub,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,scree,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,sand,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,tundra,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,wetland,,UNDECIDABLE,
natural,wood,,UNDECIDABLE,
place,neighbourhood,"A neighbourhood is a smaller named, geographically localised place within a suburb of a larger city or within a town or village",RES,Assuming mostly residential and other uses would be PoIs
place,quarter,"A quarter is a named, geographically localised place within a suburb of a larger city or within a town which is bigger than a neighbourhood",RES,Assuming mostly residential and other uses would be PoIs
place,suburb,A part of a town or city with a well-known name and often a distinct identity.,RES,Assuming mostly residential and other uses would be PoIs
tourism,theme_park,"An amusement park where entertainment is provided by rides, games, concessions.",COM11,
tourism,zoo,"A zoological garden, where animals are confined for viewing by the public.",AGR2|COM5|COM11,
wetland,bog,,UNDECIDABLE,
wetland,swamp,,UNDECIDABLE,
wetland,wet_meadow,,UNDECIDABLE,
wetland,marsh,,UNDECIDABLE,
wetland,reedbed,,UNDECIDABLE,
wetland,saltern,,UNDECIDABLE,
wetland,tidalflat,,UNDECIDABLE,
wetland,saltmarsh,,UNDECIDABLE,
wetland,mangrove,,UNDECIDABLE,
ASS1, religious gathering
ASS2, arena
COM4, hospital/medical clinic
COM6, public building (gallery;museum;monument building;library)
COM8, bus station
COM9, railway station
COM10, airport
RES3, temporary lodging (hotels;motels;guest lodges;cabins)
EDU2, school
EDU3, offices and/or classrooms of college/university
EDU4, research facilities and/or labs of college/university
GOV1, government general services
GOV2, government emergency response
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