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There are two issues. First, to be able to append new data, you must have initially loaded the 1st dataset using the slim option. Then you can't append an entire dataset, but only the diff file, that you either download (like the daily diff) or create.


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Like this example of Wilmington, IL United States? Which is using vector data rather than raster images. This is using the QGIS Plugin OSMDownloader available in QGIS plugins Select your area of interest Save to a folder It will download the data in the format for QGIS and set the layers The Styles will be applied and you can then tinker with the settings ...


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Files at geofabrik.de do not have that metadata. You can collect your own metadata by checking also the corresponding web page when you download data. For example the latest data for Andorra is http://download.geofabrik.de/europe/albania-latest.osm.pbf and the web page http://download.geofabrik.de/europe/andorra.html informs andorra-latest.osm.pbf, suitable ...


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The accepted answer didn't work for me because I was having problems with MapTiler crashing on OSX (a known bug) as well as being limited by the features available in the free version. You can use the USGS HRO imagery from EarthExplorer mentioned in the accepted answer with QGIS, which is free and provides functionality that is only available in the Pro ...


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In general, I think the answer from Tordanik already summarizes the current situation quite well. I just wanted to add some data points and diagrams to support and enrich some of his statements about the two variants of mapping sidewalks in OSM: At the moment, the two styles are roughly equally common. This can be seen in the chart below. What can also be ...


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Edited version of the Places javascript code that finally did the trick <!--Javascript code taken from API https://community.algolia.com/places/examples.html#searching-in-a-country --> <script type="text/javascript"> (function () { var placesAutocomplete = places({ appId: "ID comes here", apiKey: "Key ...


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Thanks Johns. It does work. I exported a .shp with the full_id OSM unique identifer and another export to .csv file with all attributes (which do not have the 255 columns limit). I can then join the .shp and .csv datasets making sure I created indexes on join fields in order to improve slightly performances.


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This question provides the answer, which is to use "Split Vector Layer" from the processing toolbox. Beware that the result is NOT added to the map - each new layer is saved as a geopkg in the directory you specify (or a temp directory you'll have to go hunting for.)


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While it's been a while since the question has been asked, it might be worth adding this information. This page shows how to set the Map Language. Any language can be chosen, together with the fallback. To change the map names language, please go to Configure map - Map language. You can set it to Local names and the map names will be displayed in the ...


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You have to click under 'Advanced' button and change the timeout settings to a larger period of time (e.g. 60s, 120s)


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From some version of osm2pgsql around 2016 on, it doesn't create a column 'tags' in the 'planet_osm_nodes' table anymore. (osm2pgsql-0.88.1 still does it) As someone stated before, one is probably rather supposed to use the tables created without the --slim option (..._point , ..._line , ..._roads , ..._polygons).


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