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Ahmadou Dicko
@dickoa
Thanks again for your great work on the API
Mark Herringer
@markherringer
Mark Herringer
@markherringer
Mark Herringer
@markherringer
Zachary Whitley
@zacharywhitley
I'm trying to download the shapefile but it just changes to the numbers 727764/727762. If I look at the network connections it looks like it's just hammering https://healthsites.io/api/v2/facilities/shapefile/process/?country=World over and over again.
Mark Herringer
@markherringer
@meomancer pls could you let us know when you have made the fix for the shape file
@zacharywhitley we are working on this
thank you for the feedback
Zachary Whitley
@zacharywhitley
Thanks for the site :)
Oleg Lavrovsky
@loleg
Good morning! We're working on verifying/improving data from Switzerland. Is there anyone else here doing this already, or who could give us some pointers?
Oleg Lavrovsky
@loleg
Mark Herringer
@markherringer
Welcome @loleg
Thank you for the ticket. We are working on this..
Mark Herringer
@markherringer
@/all here is a good instructional video on how to update health facility data through healthsites.io
Andy South
@andysouth
I love healthsites and seems it could be really useful in the coming months. We've made an app to compare healthsites & WHO data for Africa. https://andysouth.shinyapps.io/healthsites_viewer/
link to source code in the app. Thanks to @dickoa for help with rhealthsites. Do you have any plans to import the WHO data ? Can we do anything to make the app/code more useful ?
Mark Herringer
@markherringer
Fantastic work Andy
Here is the roadmap..
Stockard
@Stockard
Hi there, I am trying to register an openstreet map account and found it impossible. how could I use the API service? Thanks.
Soumya Ranjan Mohanty
@srm-soumya
Hi all, I managed to scrape some DATA from the reports published by NHRR for India. It has a subset of all the hospitals along with the bed capacity, I would like to push this to OSM or healthsites.io, I see one problem, the scraped data does not have lat,long coordinates so there is no direct way of mapping possible.
Also, is it possible to get an amenity's geometry from healthsites API?
Mark Herringer
@markherringer
Hello @srm-soumya
Here is the API
We cannot accept scraped data
There needs to be clear provenance
ajiththanga
@ajiththanga
Hi all, I'm trying to access the Healthsites API using this doc: https://healthsites.io/api/docs/
Using the Python code given for schema > list, I get the error: Index ['api']['schema &gt'] did not reference a link. Key 'schema &gt' was not found.
Anyone know what the issue is? Thanks a lot
1papaya
@1papaya

hi @ajiththanga i'm not sure what the deal is with the docs but yes you are right that code does not work. i looked into it and found the correct python for schema>list:

result = client.action(schema, ["api", "schema", "list"])

1papaya
@1papaya
@andysouth what is the license of the WHO health sites data? would be a nice import :)
Andy South
@andysouth
@1papaya I think it would be great if you could import the WHO data. As far I can tell (I wasn't involved with) it is licensed Creative Commons or at least the paper describing it is : https://www.nature.com/articles/s41597-019-0142-2#MOESM1 The static data are hosted on figshare and the version hosted by the WHO is said to be updated, although it hasn't been yet.
Andy South
@andysouth
Hi @markherringer we've just written a blog post about our work on health facility data for Africa. (Which of course relies heavily on your excellent work). We haven't publicised it yet. Do you want to take a look ? We plan to promote it on social media in a couple of hours. If you'd like any changes before then, just let us know. http://afrimapr.org/blog/2020/healthsites-app/
Majd Al-Shihabi
@majdal

Hi all - I just tried adding an clinic in Beirut, and I got the following error:

Error when uploading. Invalid OSM tags: `healthcare` tag is missing.

Janusz Slota
@nixilla
@ajiththanga I haven't used coreapi-cli before but it seems you should skip > character in your commands
i.e.
coreapi get https://healthsites.io/api/docs/ && coreapi action api v2 facilities statistic list
Jeff Evans
@jeff303

Is anyone able to run a country search? I have tried the following in Python3:

from coreapi import Client
client = Client()
schema = client.get("https://healthsites.io/api/docs/")
result = client.action(schema, ["api", "v2", "countries", "autocomplete", "list"])

This results in an HTTP 400 error: "Insufficient characters." I cannot find any way to specify the search query string here. Based on examining the website with Chrome dev tools, it seems the final URL is actually https://healthsites.io/api/v2/countries/autocomplete/e?q=foo (where "foo" is the string searched for). However, this autocomplete list function doesn't take the "q" parameter. And I can't tell from the API docs what the actual parameter is named

Tom Benson
@TomBenson27
Hi all
we are looking for health sites around the world to find vulnerable regions that would need such new infrastructure
is there a way I could possible just to download the shapefile outright with all the locations?
so we can do urban analysis at a hyperlocal level
Mark Herringer
@markherringer
Good morning @TomBenson27 Thank you for your message. Here is the data - https://healthsites.io/map
Tom Benson
@TomBenson27
Hi @markherringer .. Actually when i click on the download link it just gives me a number. But i found this link anyways: https://healthsites.io/map/data/shapefiles/World.zip
thankyou!
Mark Herringer
@markherringer
thanks Tom
Mark Herringer
@markherringer

Is anyone able to run a country search? I have tried the following in Python3:

from coreapi import Client
client = Client()
schema = client.get("https://healthsites.io/api/docs/")
result = client.action(schema, ["api", "v2", "countries", "autocomplete", "list"])

This results in an HTTP 400 error: "Insufficient characters." I cannot find any way to specify the search query string here. Based on examining the website with Chrome dev tools, it seems the final URL is actually https://healthsites.io/api/v2/countries/autocomplete/e?q=foo (where "foo" is the string searched for). However, this autocomplete list function doesn't take the "q" parameter. And I can't tell from the API docs what the actual parameter is named

I think the python 3 part might be the issue @jeff303 .. @meomancer can you advise?