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I have a very large OSM file and I would like to know if there is software that can open the OSM file and then when I select a certain area to be able to export it in OSM file again. I found Maperitive and Marble but both of them can't export area in OSM format.

  • wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Osmosis can subset by bounding boxes, amongst other capabilities. Its command line though - no visualisation. There are some front ends GUIs, but they tend to be workflow rather than visualising the source data. – BradHards Apr 12 '17 at 6:15
  • Thank you BradHards for your help. Ive tried it and it work! – greents Apr 12 '17 at 7:05
  • So you don't need the visualise the areas? I'll turn the comment into an answer, so you can mark it "done" below. – BradHards Apr 12 '17 at 9:16
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Osmosis can subset by bounding boxes, amongst other capabilities. Its command line though - no visualisation. There are some front ends GUIs, but they tend to be workflow rather than visualising the source data.

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For splitting OSM files into different geographical regions there are various tools available, for example osmium, osmosis and osmconvert.

For visualization/rendering you can take a look at the client-side GUI applications, for example Kosmtik and Maperitive.

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