Hi,

I downloaded a *osm file and like to remove a couple of tags of it, before I proceed working with it.

Is there a way to do this with Osmosis?

Thanks,

UIli

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Osmosis has some filter methods like the --way-key(-value) and --node-key(-value) flags and also the more advanced --tag-filter to keep or reject specific tags or values. But you may also want to have a look at Osmfilter.

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answered 12 Sep '12, 07:38

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Thanks! Osmfilter will do it.

(12 Sep '12, 07:55) Wasus
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