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Here's how to use data from OpenStreetMap for your infographics • Konrad Lischka

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Using OSM Boundaries is simple. Type the name of the city or state or district you are looking for in the search slot above the map. Then OSM Boundaries shows you the correct entry from OSM in the directory tree on the left. Here you select the boundaries you want to export. Important: The tree is hierarchical and you must select all the levels you need. If you select a city and need the boundaries of the underlying urban districts too you have to select...

url: http://www.konradlischka.info/en/2015/05/blog-en/heres-how-you-pull-data-from-openstreetmap-for-your-infographics/

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