Hello, I contribute some data on maps, how can i show this contribution to another person, i mean could he search for all my contributions on the map? i want the best way to let some one see my contribution Thanks

asked 07 Sep '13, 12:36

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The Overpass API allows to query for data which has been touched the last time by a particular user. You can visualize this result using overpass turbo. See this example for your user.

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answered 07 Sep '13, 19:46

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Great Tool,, Thank you

(08 Sep '13, 10:59) almegdadi

You can use the new SPARQL service that combines OSM and Wikidata. This example shows a map of all OSM objects with the last edit by the given user, made in a certain time period. Different object types (nodes/ways/rels) are shown in different color, and can be individually hidden/shown.

#defaultView:Map
SELECT * WHERE {

  ?osmId osmm:user 'nyuriks' ;
         osmm:loc ?loc ;
         osmm:type ?layer .

  # Filter by timestamp
  ?osmId osmm:timestamp ?ts .
  FILTER ("2017-03-01T00:00:00Z"^^xsd:dateTime < ?ts &&
          ?ts < "2017-03-05T00:00:00Z"^^xsd:dateTime)
}
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answered 15 Sep '17, 06:30

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Hi,

http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/almegdadi

  Shows links to your edits and more.

http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/almegdadi/edits

Shows only your edits.

Regards Bernard

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answered 07 Sep '13, 15:21

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Thank you... This method used to search for my contribution, not other person contribution

(08 Sep '13, 10:55) almegdadi

... then simply replace your username by the other person's one in that URL.

(12 Sep '13, 16:47) stephan75

In addition to the methods suggested by @BCNorwich and @scai, if you are only interested in showing the general areas and how much editing you've done, there are "heat maps". For example: http://yosmhm.neis-one.org/?zoom=13&lat=32.5548&lon=35.84945&layers=B0T&u=almegdadi

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answered 07 Sep '13, 21:08

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edited 07 Sep '13, 21:14

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and if you prefer to see your contributions in a more statistical form go here http://hdyc.neis-one.org/ enter your user name in the box and hit 'search'.

(07 Sep '13, 21:41) NZGraham
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Greet Solution, to Show my statistical data by tables and heat maps :D Thank you very much, very interesting method

(08 Sep '13, 11:06) almegdadi

one problem with both tools (statistical contribution,Heat Map )that the website does not synchronize the data periodically, so some of the information are not up to date and the statistical data are not accurate.

(12 Sep '13, 14:26) almegdadi

Because pre-calculating such data for every user is a very expensive operation.

(12 Sep '13, 14:41) scai ♦

Another option is ITO World's OSM Mapper. Once registered you can define an area or areas that you're interested in, and sort contributions there by tags, sessions or users.

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answered 07 Sep '13, 21:13

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good solution, but i have to create another account for this website.

(08 Sep '13, 11:08) almegdadi
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