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Download every nth node overpass turbo

Unfortunately, this is currently not supported by Overpass API. You can try to create a feature request on https://github.com/drolbr/Overpass-API
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How to get all the streets limited to containing a particular text name in Overpass

That's is because you are searching by node instead of way. And you are serching for addresses, not for streets names. Try https://overpass-turbo.eu/s/1J6d: [out:json][timeout:250]; area[name="...
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Overpass turbo OSM: how to combine and unite several filters?

You need to store the result of your area() call in a named set first. Without a named set, the results are stored in the default set. This default set gets overwritten by your node[shop](area); query....
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Importing Overpass API response to PostGIS with ogr2ogr creates empty table

Since you're using out geom; in your Overpass QL query, you're requesting a response in a format which is not 100% compatible with OSM XML 0.6 format. However, ogr2ogr doesn't understand these ...
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Missing data when querying administrative regions in the Overpass API

Any idea why the query does not return the data? Because https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/13316065 doesn't have a ISO3166-2 tag.
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Overpass Turbo query to fetch data given name and coordinates?

To query a specific attraction like the CN Tower in Toronto, just find a tag combination that is sufficient to only query the single object you want data for. man_made=tower is one of the solutions ...
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Getting all node coordinates of ways of one relation with Overpass

This is currently not supported by Overpass API. There's no way to iterate over nodes of a way in the exact sequence defined by the way. However, with a bit of regex post processing, it should be ...
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Programmaticaly get coordinates of area symbol in OSM

If you want the exact coordinates you probably need to tweak the OSM tile renderer code to care about the coordinates. As far as i recall, carthographic label placement on the micro level does not ...
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Query geolocation of an address with Overpass API

Overpass API is not a geocoder. Overpass API is designed to query OSM elements by tag. OSM elements don't necessarily have a full address given. Often, some parts of the address (country, postcode, ...
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Trying to fetch points of interest using Overpass API but it throws an error

I set a timeout value for your Overpass API request and it helps in handling requests that take too long. This code creates a JSON file as output of your Overpass query. import requests import json ...
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Overpass Turbo query for all ocean entities

As @winnewoerp stated: "the oceans/larger seas do not exist as relations in OSM but are rendered based on natural=coastline rings", you have to make use of the coastline nwr["natural&...
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Retrieve data about a place given its name and bbox

Let your query be more specific about the features you want it to return. For example, you can add ["place"="city"] in order to return only cities. This won't work if you want to ...
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Using Overpass Turbo output as GeoJSON input to leaflet.js

As per @mmd's comment, I just needed to Export to GeoJson not just copy the contents of the Data pane.
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Select nodes with specific attribute from a relation

The following should do it https://overpass-turbo.eu/s/1C00 /* Get NYC Subway station nodes & Railway subway ways */ [out:json]; ( // get subway nodes node["network"="NYC ...
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Problem calling Overpass API with convert statement

You forgot to include "data=" in your example query, right after "interpreter?". The following will also work: curl -g 'https://overpass-api.de/api/interpreter?data=[out:json][bbox:...
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