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I don't know whether this a desired answer but OpenStreetMap has a very good record for Germany! You can use nominatim in prob. 90% of your addresses and it will result in a coordinate based on house numbers! There is also a plugin for QGIS called OSMroute which can be used for this purpose! When it comes to official data I would search on the open data ...


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Well, first off, let me say if you are looking for a single, official, industry standard geodata model that works perfectly for all addresses across the globe, good luck and let us all know if you find one. However, that said, at least for the USA, there are some applicable geodata models for addressing data that may work as a good starting point for you. ...


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PostGIS 2.2.0 includes the "address_standardizer" extension, which is derived from/similar to the PAGC address parser. The gazetter-and-rules approach to parsing may work better for you. I deal with property data, which in the case of undeveloped lots, may not have street numbers or otherwise "odd" addresses. You could (using the address_standardizer_data_us ...


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it is unlikely that you will be able to batch download all of Google Data. However, you can tap into Google Data using the Google Places API. If you are interested in OpenStreetMap use Overpass Turbo zoom to your area of interest with the Mapview port as the area you will download using the Bounding Box code: node ({{bbox}}); out; Of course this ...


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Perhaps this wiki page can help make things a little clearer: Administrative divisions of the Philippines. The page mentions the three terms you used plus an additional one for villages (quote copied from the wiki page provided): The Philippines has four main classes of elected administrative divisions, often lumped together as local government units ...



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