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  1. OpenStreetMap has an editing API for fetching and saving raw geodata from/to the OpenStreetMap database — this is the entry page for the documentation. If you just want to embed a map into a webpage, you don't want this API. Use a web map library instead. Alternatively, consider the Overpass API which provides read-only API access.

  2. The Overpass API (formerly known as OSM Server Side Scripting, or OSM3S before 2011) is a read-only API that serves up custom selected parts of the OSM map data. It acts as a database over the web: the client sends a query to the API and gets back the data set that corresponds to the query.

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  4. Aug 02, 2018 · Using the Overpass API. Now we’ll take a look how to load data from OSM. The Overpass API uses a custom query language to define the queries. It takes some time getting used to, but luckily there is Overpass Turbo by Martin Raifer which comes in handy to interactively evaluate our queries directly in the browser.

  5. OpenStreetMap uses tags of the form key=value to add meaning to geographic objects. Taginfo collects information about these tags from several sources to help you understand what they mean and how they are used.

  6. nominatim.openstreetmap.org › ui › searchNominatim Demo

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  7. These terms cover your use of services officially operated and provided by the OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF). In particular these are: the openstreetmap.org website and associated services and APIs, the OpenStreetMap data distribution, the OpenStreetMap wiki and help websites, the OpenStreetMap mailing lists and forums. (together, the ...

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