MapSwipe: global dataset of crowdsourced classifications on human settlements and reference datasets


MapSwipe is a mobile crowdsourcing application designed for smartphones and tablets to generate geographic information from satellite imagery. Data from 55 projects containing more than nine million tasks and more than 30 million individual classification results contributed by about 7,500 users are covered by this dataset. Furthermore, reference datasets obtained manually and derived from OpenStreetMap are provided.

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Creator Herfort, Benjamin (Institute of Geography, Heidelberg University)
Publisher heiDATA
Contributor Herfort, Benjamin
Publication Year 2018
Rights Licensed under a <a href=''>Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. &#160;<img src='' alt='CC by' /></a>; info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
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Contact Herfort, Benjamin (Institute of Geography, Heidelberg University)
Resource Type Crowdsourced Classifications; Dataset
Format application/zip; text/plain
Size 311866296; 145524925; 2960; 894311021
Version 1.0
Discipline Earth and Environmental Science; Environmental Research; Geosciences; Natural Sciences