@berlin-vegan/berlin-vegan-data-js
A library and stand-alone program that specifies the native open-source JSON format used by Berlin-Vegan and allows to convert data in this format to be converted to OpenStreetMap/Overpass and Schema.org JSON formats.
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A library and stand-alone program that specifies the native open-source JSON format used by Berlin-Vegan and allows to convert data in this format to be converted to OpenStreetMap/Overpass and Schema.org JSON formats.

Native format

The backend berlin-vegan-data and the berlin-vegan-tools generate JSON files of the native format. The TypeScript files in src/main/model/json/native specify it.

API endpoints

For Berlin-Vegan, the API endpoints are:

Conversion

You can covert data in the native format to the following target formats:

  • OSM JSON For data that cannot be expressed with OpenStreetMap tags, we add custom tags at elements/custom_tags/custom:*.
  • Overpass GeoJSON For data that cannot be expressed with OpenStreetMap tags, we add properties prefixed with "custom:".
  • Schema.org Only a subset of the information can be expressed in this format, and we do not add custom properties.

For Overpass formats, we use established OpenStreetMap keys where possible, but we also use some additional key that we deem appropriate for OpenStreetMaps. Information not appropriate for OSM goes into custom tags. OSM tags have string values, but custom tags may be structured.

For some information, there are multiple established OSM tags, e.g. "email" and "contact:email". You may opt to include these redundant tags.

Usage

Command-line

Example:

berlin-vegan-data-js --schema schema-org -in http://www.berlin-vegan.de/app/data/GastroLocations.json --config config.json

For the format of the config file, see src/main/conversion/Config.ts and src/main/conversion/default-config.json .

To see all options, run:

berlin-vegan-data-js --help

API

Example:

import { SchemaOrgConverter } from "@berlin-vegan/berlin-vegan-data-js"

...

const foodEstablishments = new SchemaOrgConverter(config).convertGastroLocations(locations)

Development

No global modules other than npm are necessary.

  • Run npm install once after checking out.
  • Then, run either npm test for a single full build cycle (clean, compile, lint, test), or npm start for running the full cycle initially and then watch for file changes which will trigger appropriate parts of the build cycle (compile, lint, test). The watch mode is not bulletproof: It works for file updates, but you may get problems if you rename or delete files.
  • Publish with npm publish --access public. This will run the full build cycle before publishing.

License

AGPL-3.0-only (see LICENSE.txt)
Copyright (C) 2015-2020 Berlin-Vegan

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