I just updated the code with gpx-clean.py. It can clean out bad points, but it also has functions to reduce the number of points in a GPX file drastically - a factor 30 i my test cases.
python gpx-clean.py --all input.gpx out.gpx
will usually create a much much smaller out.gpx where the lines between points covers pretty much the same area. There are arguments for reducing more or less too.
Better this one: https://geoclub.de/mapillary/mapradar.html - Chrome now needs https for GPS.
That’s why I’ve started using Opera for some things
I ordered an SSL-certificate for my website, so now it is https://www.re-invent.nu/mapillary and gps function should work again with Chrome.
Does anybody know a better way to get the mapillary roadnet in the map? The one I use doesn’t get updated so often and that makes it less usefull
I want to be able to explore the mapillary map while driving so I can plan my mapping route based on which streets are not mapped yet
This would be very useful.
The two websites above work well for me. You can also add a Mapillary layer in OsmAnd.
This week I have a run up to Hillsboro Wisconsin. I see that I have yet to go up there since I started with Mapillary. There are lots of Panoramio pictures showing with the straight green lines between. I look forward to maping this virgin area.
The green line map has become a major part of my trip planning.
The shooting itself seems to work well for me, both on iphone and ipad.. .