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You're asking two questions here: administrative borders related to territorial disputes, and map label localization. Since you mention OpenStreetMap, I feel obliged to answer: The OpenStreetMap Foundation changed the policy regarding territorial disputes in 2013. You can find the full document here, but let me quote the relevant paragraph: Borders and ...


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OSM data is typically always the same, independent of the provider or routing-engine. Routers can interpret this data in a different way and it is possible that providers will enhance / modify this data slightly. Real-time traffic is not contained in OSM and must always come from an external source. This is the tricky part. You can try to add traffic data ...


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Try enforcing closed LineStrings by adding their ST_StartPoint to the end of the them: SELECT ST_MakePolygon( ST_MakeValid( ST_AddPoint( shape. ST_StartPoint( shape ) ) ) ) AS shape FROM asia_waterway_line WHERE waterway ='riverbank' ; If you want to make sure you are not duplicating points for when a LineString is already closed, run: SELECT ...


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Setting a different target schema is currently not supported by osm2pgsql. See this GitHub issue for details: https://github.com/openstreetmap/osm2pgsql/issues/768


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When downloading the OSM basemap, you should have an option to add polygons when importing the GPX layer which will solve your problem. You cannot measure the area of a lines layer. Alternativley, you can try converting your lines layer (building outlines) into polygons. Try Vector>Geometry Tools>Lines to Polygons then reapply your $area expression on the ...


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Well,, I ended up using imposm3 and it gave me what I wanted to have. It works great with linux without installing but with MacOSx you have to do some trick to install.


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The main issue I see is that you're using L.TileLayer.DeepZoom from https://github.com/alfarisi/leaflet-deepzoom . Approaches like L.TileLayer.DeepZoom and every other plugin listed in the "Non-map base layers" section of the Leaflet plugins list are, well, not meant to be used with maps. In other words: L.TileLayer.DeepZoom, L.TileLayer.Zoomify and L....


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I was using the wrong layer specifications in my OSMBright.xml file. I ran the following command to know the exact layer available in geojson file. osm@osm:/usr/local/share/maps/style/osm-bright-master/geojson/boundary_claimed_by_india$ ogrinfo india-soi.geojson INFO: Open of india-soi.geojson' using driverGeoJSON' successful. 1: india-soi (Multi ...


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Easiest way is to use the QuickOSM Plugin. Here is a guide on how to use it. http://jonathansoma.com/lede/foundations-2018/qgis/osm/


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The OSM Wiki page about Shapefiles has a list of services for Obtaining_shapefiles_from_OSM_data. A few examples from this list: http://download.geofabrik.de/ https://osmdata.openstreetmap.de/ http://osm2shp.ru/ https://download.bbbike.org/osm/bbbike/ There are various other and of course you can create your own shapefiles from OSM data.


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I ended up using the following: http://overpass-turbo.eu/ [out:json];relation(271888);>;out; downloaded it and then converted it to shp https://mygeodata.cloud/converter/geojson-to-shp


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