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Open street map

JoeLemonnier
I've download the OSM data from Vector>open street map> download data. Then imported the topology from xml then exported to Spatialite specifying poly lines. When do this for the span of lower Manhattan in New York City, I get a beautiful set of map data that is unfortunately missing quite a few major streets. Exporting as polygons doesn't omit those streets from the map but I need the center lines. Importing the .osm file directly gives the same results of missing  streets. I've tried 4 times with same results.

What am I doing wrong?

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> I'm using a qgis-master version in parallel with qgis 2.6 on linux
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> I used the qgis-master a few times with no problem. A few minutes ago I
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Re: Open street map

Tony Bazeley-3
On 09/05/15 06:24, JOE LEMONNIER wrote:
> I've download the OSM data from Vector>open street map> download data. Then imported the topology from xml then exported to Spatialite specifying poly lines. When do this for the span of lower Manhattan in New York City, I get a beautiful set of map data that is unfortunately missing quite a few major streets. Exporting as polygons doesn't omit those streets from the map but I need the center lines. Importing the .osm file directly gives the same results of missing  streets. I've tried 4 times with same results.
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I had a similar problem and switched to postgresql/postgis
I think the spatialite import facility is broken
Tony
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Re: Open street map

pcav
Il 09/05/2015 01:46, Tony Bazeley ha scritto:

> I think the spatialite import facility is broken

Could you please confirm and open a ticket?
Thanks.

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Re: Open street map

Andre Joost
Am 09.05.2015 um 08:55 schrieb Paolo Cavallini:
> Il 09/05/2015 01:46, Tony Bazeley ha scritto:
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>> I think the spatialite import facility is broken
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> Could you please confirm and open a ticket?
> Thanks.
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Confirmed and opened: https://hub.qgis.org/issues/12727

See also the OSM data gaps thread.

Greetings,
André Joost

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