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osmconvert can be used to convert and process OpenStreetMap files. It masters fewer functions than the commonly-used Osmosis: for example, there is no way to access a database with osmconvert. However, the program runs faster and offers a few special functions (--all-to-nodes, --complete-multipolygons and --out-statistics).

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Limitations: The Windows version (the downloaded binary) does not work with large files such as planet.osm (greater than 2Gb) when using the --complete-ways, --complete-multipolygons or --complete-boundaries option. For example, the Windows 64-bit version fails with the command "osmconvert planet.osm.pbf -b=17.7,59.15,18.4,59.5 -o=stockholm.osm --complete-ways --drop-version --verbose". The same command works perfectly using the Linux 64-bit version. This seems to be caused by a problem with seeking to file positions outside the signed 32-bit range, which is a limitation of the zlib library currently linked to the Windows binaries.

Users of all platforms can start osmconvert from the command-line. Simply executing osmconvert starts a friendly, interactive text-based interface which guides users through the process of using the program. The full capabilities of osmconvert are not available in interactive mode. Power users can bypass the interactive interface by passing flags, like this:

osmconvert offers limited decompression functionality: you can decompress .gz files. The program will recognize gzip compression on its own, hence you do not need to care about which input file is gzip compressed and which is not. The built-in decompression algorithm is less powerful than specialized decompression programs, however this feature is really useful if you want to update an OSM file by using a number of newly downloaded compressed .osc files. Examples:

osmconvert expects PBF files to use the standard OpenStreetMap granularity, which is 100 nanodegrees. It is possible to produce PBF files with different granularity using osmosis. If asked to convert a file with a different granularity then osmconvert will give an error: "node nanodegrees must be 100: 10000". The solution for reading files with a non-standard granularity is to use the --pbf-granularity= option.

It is not recommended to apply geographical borders to change files. Since only nodes carry geographical locations, the program does not know what to do with ways and relations whose related nodes are not in the same file. As a result these ways and relations will be excluded from the file. This is usually not what you would like to accomplish.

Likewise for this and the following two sections, it is recommended to use .o5m as data format for the input file. The reason is that .pbf files are usually compressed internally and therefore will be read much slower than .o5m files.

When applying geographical borders, osmconvert can consider these multipolygons and keep them intact even if there is only a small part of the multipolygon's area within the borders. To instruct the program to do so, choose option --complete-multipolygons. Examples:

Under certain conditions, OSM data files can be merged.If they hold objects (nodes, ways, relations) with the same id,they must have the same content. For example:If a way crosses the geographical border between two regional files,the way dataset must contain every node reference, even the referencesto nodes which do not lie within the borders of the regarding file.I.e., such a region must not have been cut out using the option--drop-brokenrefs. Examples for geographical merging:

Usually you will not encounter any problems when deleting the author information from .osm or .o5m files, however it is not encouraged to do this with .pbf files because most programs will not cope with this change of format.

Sometimes it will be easier for subsequent processing if the file contains only objects of the most primitive object type: nodes. osmconvert offers a function which deletes every way and every relation and creates a node as replacement for each. Each node's longitude and latitude are set to the geographical center of the deleted object. If the deleted object was a non-closed way, one of its nodes' position will be taken instead of the center. Each tag of the deleted object is copied to the node. As an id for the new node the way's (resp. relation's) id is taken and incremented by 1015 (resp. 2*1015). For example:

If you have an OSM data file (.osm, .o5m or .pbf), you can merge itwith one or more OSM change files (.osc or .o5c) to update it.For example, you have a planet.osm file or a regionalgermany.o5m file from yesterday, you can apply the daily change filefrom this morning to get an up-to-date planet.osm, resp. germany.o5m file.The syntax is like this:

The OSM objects in the change file must be unique. That means, there has to be only one occurrence of every node, way or relation. Minutely and hourly change files may contain more than one version of OSM objects, therefore you will get warning messages. You can combine all versions of each object if you specify the option --merge-versions. Then, only the newest version of each object will remain in the file.

Other operations, like applying regional borders, are not allowed in the same run. Both files must be sorted by object type and id. Created objects will appear in the output file as "modified", unless having version number 1.

When calculating file differences osmconvert relies on the version numbers of the objects which are to be compared. If the version numbers are not available or if the objects shall be compared by contents, you can order the program to do so by applying the option --diff-contents (works for .o5m files only).

Usually, OSM files have a file timestamp which allows you to determine the actuality of the file.During file conversions, osmconvert will keep this timestamp. Nevertheless, it can be adjusted by you. For example:

osmconvert does not support parallel processing on its own. However you can use your operating system's capabilities and enter such instructions at the command line. This might also be useful in cases you want to process more than one .pbf file, since osmconvert is presently not able to read more than one .pbf file at the same time. For example:

In this example the first process will read the .pbf file "region1.pbf" and output it o5m-formatted to standard output. The second process will read this data from standard input, merge it with the other regional file "region2.pbf", and write it to the file "all.pbf". You will have recognized the minus sign in the second osmconvert command: it advices the program to read data from standard input. The pipe operator "" connects standard output of the first command to standard input of the second command.

You also can use more than one pipe by creating so-called named pipes. Unfortunately this might not work with Windows. On Linux, there is the mkfifo command to create pipes. These pipes can be addressed the same way files are. In this example, three processes will be created to merge three .pbf files:

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The GDAL/OGR library supports several dozen vector file formats. You can use the ogr2ogr command line programme to convert between them. It is also able to read/write PostgreSQL databases (with PostGIS extension).

ExpertGPS downloads waypoints and tracks from your GPS, and displays them over high-resolution, seamless maps of Iraq. Draw right on the map to plan your next adventure, or import data from AutoCAD, ArcGIS, or Excel. Use ExpertGPS to upload data from your GPS, convert Iraqi coordinates, calculate area, and create professional maps that you can print out or include in reports.

To download unlimited maps of Iraq, download and install ExpertGPS.Click Go to Country... on the Go menu. Select Iraq from the list,and ExpertGPS will display a map of Baghdad. As you scroll around the map and zoom in and out, ExpertGPS will automatically download maps of the area you are viewing. You can use the Go to Address commandto get maps for any Iraqi address.

Connect any Garmin, Lowrance, or Magellan GPS receiver, and click Receive from GPS to see all of your GPS data on the map. ExpertGPS lets you quickly edit the names of your GPS waypoints, clean up your GPS tracklogs,and save your GPS data to your computer for safe-keeping. ExpertGPS can calculate distances and areas, plot the elevation profile of your hikes, and export your GPS data to Excel, other programs that use GPX files, and to ArcGIS and AutoCAD.

Garmin maps are simple .img files (files with .img extension). So updating or adding maps is as simple as copying and pasting a file, which has to be named gmapprom.img or gmapsupp.img. In some places, you may find locked files, but there are tools to unlock those.

The easiest thing to do is to find the map of your interest ready to use in .img format. So select your map from this link (once you find the one you need, click on the Provider column), only make sure that it says Yes in Routable column. In my case I wanted France so I download the map from the following website. There you click on Europe Maps and then Benelux & France.

I have attempted to download a street map for Thailand. Have doe the generic for GPS and once downloaded it asks to be burnt onto a CD. This is the only option. I also then downloaded the version for windows and this one actually opens. I have then followed your instructions and have copied all files to my SD card as well as memory of my GPS but the map does not want to show. If you like i can send you the file with all the .img files. They are all numbers .ing files. There is no specific file stating that it is Thailand map or so. 350c69d7ab


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