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GA 1 Loop for the western leg of the Rome Bypass (US 27 to GA 20) is missing an entry.
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In-progress Highway Systems & Work / Re: usaal: Alabama State Routes
« Last post by Markkos1992 on Yesterday at 07:00:09 am »
Sorry...not in a position to use HDX, hence the ask.

One other approach is to look at http://travelmapping.net/logs/nmpbyregion/al.nmp, which will show all near-matches in Alabama including many just between non-usaal routes. That's what I use, never having given HDX a try. Disadvantage is that if the mismatch is too big, it won't be a "near miss" and so won't be flagged.

The ones that do not get flagged is part of why I have been doing an overhaul of the routes in PA and DE.  I still have not touched HDX to this point.
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Other Discussion / Re: Project Statistics
« Last post by Jim on Yesterday at 06:57:15 am »
The master graph definitely has some 0-traveler segments, so it's part of the 334-way tie for last place in this ranking.

In the other 52 graphs, every segment is clinched by at least one traveler.
Don't you mean, the other 65 graphs?

I deleted a bunch that were invalid.  For some reason, the France "IGNORE TEST" systems confuse graph generation.

Related to that, if I can get a test DB to be more usable, can those test systems be moved out of the production DB?
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In-progress Highway Systems & Work / Re: Turkey Devlet Yolları (turd)
« Last post by si404 on Yesterday at 03:48:06 am »
I am now doing the 100s, I think I will need a few days to finish implementing the changes, can you wait for the second review until I confirm I finished implementing the first round of changes?
Of course!
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Other Discussion / Re: Project Statistics
« Last post by si404 on Yesterday at 03:46:53 am »
The master graph definitely has some 0-traveler segments, so it's part of the 334-way tie for last place in this ranking.
Misread it as most least-travelled sections (I think Europe wins that as it has so many edges, and fewer travellers than North America), rather than the highest value for least-travelled section  :-[

Got the answer you are looking for as soon as I realised what it was you were asking for. A small graph in an urban area without many routes to deal with.
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In-progress Highway Systems & Work / Re: Turkey Devlet Yolları (turd)
« Last post by panda80 on Yesterday at 02:53:41 am »
I am now doing the 100s, I think I will need a few days to finish implementing the changes, can you wait for the second review until I confirm I finished implementing the first round of changes?
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Other Discussion / Re: Project Statistics
« Last post by yakra on May 21, 2019, 10:44:58 pm »
The master graph definitely has some 0-traveler segments, so it's part of the 334-way tie for last place in this ranking.

In the other 52 graphs, every segment is clinched by at least one traveler.
Don't you mean, the other 65 graphs?

The question is, for which graph is that minimum number of clinchers on any segment maximized.

The "area" graphs tend to be clustered near the top of this list because they're most likely to be in places people go like big cities.  However, the winner, and it's the winner by a significant margin, is a region graph.
Spoiler! :)
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Updates to Highway Data / MA: Storrow Drive and Soldiers Field Road
« Last post by Jim on May 21, 2019, 09:37:32 pm »
I feel like we had this conversation in the CHM days. I don't recall the details of old discussions, but our standard for including routes have evolved, so I'll throw out the possibility of adding Storrow Drive and Soliders Field Road up to Harvard Street (or wherever limited access ends) to usasf.  I've driven this road a lot over the years, and each time I do, I think how I'd like to be able to put that into my TM maps.
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In-progress Highway Systems & Work / Re: usaal: Alabama State Routes
« Last post by oscar on May 21, 2019, 09:05:21 pm »
Sorry...not in a position to use HDX, hence the ask.

One other approach is to look at http://travelmapping.net/logs/nmpbyregion/al.nmp, which will show all near-matches in Alabama including many just between non-usaal routes. That's what I use, never having given HDX a try. Disadvantage is that if the mismatch is too big, it won't be a "near miss" and so won't be flagged.
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Other Discussion / Re: Project Statistics
« Last post by Jim on May 21, 2019, 08:23:49 pm »
TM-Master!  :P

I'm guessing you don't want to include the everything one. Asia has an awful lot of untravelled (and so least-travelled) segments, but I'm not sure that's the winner.

The master graph definitely has some 0-traveler segments, so it's part of the 334-way tie for last place in this ranking.

In the other 52 graphs, every segment is clinched by at least one traveler.  The question is, for which graph is that minimum number of clinchers on any segment maximized.

The "area" graphs tend to be clustered near the top of this list because they're most likely to be in places people go like big cities.  However, the winner, and it's the winner by a significant margin, is a region graph.
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