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I found this gudie by Anita Graser a couple of days ago, and it looks like just what you need: http://anitagraser.com/2014/05/31/a-guide-to-googlemaps-like-maps-with-osm-in-qgis/ Using that method you can define the lat-long box that you are interested in and apply it to .pbf file downloaded from the Geofabrik site.


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I suggest to download the US data from Geofabrik, and clip the data to your county's extent with osmfilter or osmosis. Alternatively to Tilemill, you can use Maperitive to render OSM data. It can create single images (default is png, but it creates also tif), and local tiles. You can then share the tile folders with all participants. The software also ...


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You could calculate a buffer (not more than 5 meters) for the start- and endpoint of every linestring. Then, intersect the buffer with the road network. A line that doesn't intersect with the buffer is likely to be a "correct" unconnected road. However, you'll have to play with the buffer radius for satisfactory results.


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If you want to see the same map as on http://www.openstreetmap.org, install the Openlayers plugin and select OSM as a background layer from there. If you download the raw data, you have to style that data yourself. This is not an easy task. In many cases, the background map is the easiest solution.


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shp-to-osm.jar has a simple configuration file to translate shapefile attributes to SOM key-value pairs https://github.com/iandees/shp-to-osm http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Shp-to-osm.jar


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You can do it with JOSM + OpenData plugin. With this extension JOSM can open SHP (4326) than you can save it as OSM file


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One approach is to do this on the Client by copying the generated WMS Layers from Open Layers to a HTML5 Canvas. I have not actually done it yet, but the resultant image could be saved, printed, etc using the standard browser controls. I know you mention Leaflet, but it may be worth a look .. A good article on this can be seen Here!


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If you have done your three tasks individually, I won't get into how to achieve them. To bring them together your best bet will be a map with two different vector layers. Store the small points in the first one and the markers in the second one. Then assign a mouseover event to the second layer with a function to animate it. Achieving the animation in ...


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If you know the boundaries of the districts in question, you can draw a polygon and do a select by location where the points are completely within the newly drawn polygon. You can then export that data to a new file.


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Using a tile downloading software like Mobile Atlas Cache, you can download the tiles to mbtiles format. Gdal supports this format and hence you can add it as a raster layer in Qgis.


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You might try downloading the data yourself, styling it with Tilemill, exporting to MBTiles as a file accessible on the network, and use a method described below to bring it into QGIS: Local Tile Cache in QGIS


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Leaving out name seems no good idea. Not every object in Germany has a name:de tag. I would keep landuse to get the residential and industrial areas. access would be nice to filter out private ways.


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The original OSM data doesn't have weights. It has attributes (tags) like road class, maxspeed, width, surface and many more which can be used by tools like routing engines to calculate weights as a post-process step. Which of these attributes are actually used for weight calculation depends entirely on the specific router you are using. So the only valid ...


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By using overpass turbo's wizard and the search string highway or building in "Flemish Brabant" this query has been created (I increased the timeout a little): <osm-script output="xml" timeout="250"> <!-- fetch area “Flemish Brabant” to search in --> <id-query {{nominatimArea:Flemish Brabant}} into="area"/> <!-- gather results ...


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The OpenStreetMap tiles are pre-rendered in Web-Mercator (i.e. EPSG:3857) and hence you can't get them in your projection, and show it in this map. You have two options: Tile your data in Web Mercator Download OSM data, and then create tiles for it your Projection.


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In server side convert json type to array.


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The parameter --node-key-value (--nkv) is for tags, not for users. According to Osmosis/Detailed Usage in the OSM wiki osmosis doesn't have an option for filtering for specific users. Also keep in mind that a single object can be edited by multiple users, but a .osm file usually only contains the last user who edited the object. For obtaining the user who ...



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