[Loadstone] points and waypoints

krecoun krecoun at gmail.com
Sat Nov 14 13:51:34 GMT 2009

There is stated on site of osm converter:
Check POI's only' if all you want is a database with Points of Interest.
Check 'Intersections only' if you only want intersections (no waypoints 
between intersections).
Check 'Include POI's' to include a list of POI's with a defined 
position..Check ' Include averaged POI's' to include POI's with a 
position calculated from
more than one position.
I don't understand completely.
Check pois - only pois will be in database.
Check intersections - only intersections of streets in format 
sstreetxstreet will be there.
Include pois - don't understand.
aweraged pois - don't understand either.
Am I right in my first two statements and can you please explain to me 
these two?
Thank you,

Josh napsal(a):
> Hi,
> Points and waypoints are the same thing. Waypoints are longitude and 
> latitude coordinates with a name assigned to them.
> The church that I go to can be makred as a point. It has longitude and 
> latitude coordinates which place it somewhere on earth. I give those a 
> name and call those  coordinates saint mary's catholic church in city 
> of Redding Pennsylvania. So now when I am walking outside Loadstone 
> will tell me how close I am to that point and what direction that 
> point is in relation to the direction I amm currently traveling in.
> Josh
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