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i am new to .OSM file. I want to plot latitude and longitude from the .OSM file on the map but it should be OFFLINE. I do not want to download map images or else in short i don't want to use INTERNET

as the .OSM file in XML format so we can get the latitude and longitude easily from that but the main thing is how to plot it on map in offline mode.

i had searched on this & i just found that to store the images of the map(Visited area) to sdcard for the first time & other times just fetched the data from the sdcard & show the Images..

but i want to do it TOTALLY OFFLINE


asked 18 Apr '12, 08:26

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You say: I want to plot latitude and longitude from the .OSM file on the map ...

For what object do you wanna do this? For all? That are thousands at least ... or only for special objects that are inside the raw OSM data?

And: what Hardware/Software/Operationsystem do you use to display the map?

(18 Apr '12, 12:04) stephan75

Is it Mobile Application or Desktop Application?

(05 Jan '13, 02:04) asfer mohamed

You don't say how you want to display the maps, but as a first step, try Maperitive.

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answered 18 Apr '12, 10:56

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