Hi,

is there a way to show this additional informations on an already existing map?

To understand this question here is what I want to do: I think about creating a fishing map. And in many countries you have to buy a 'ticket' to be allowed to fish in a certain area for a certain periode of time (1 day, 3 days, 1 week, 1 month...). So it would be of good use to see where I can buy this tickets.

(I know that leisure=fishing and fishing=* is very rare atm but that's one of my next steps)

Is there a map which I can use to filter for tags/keys/values? Like the openwheelmap (http://wheelmap.org/) does this for wheelchair=*?

asked 14 Oct '13, 08:40

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one basic possibility is the use of Overpass_turbo

it is a kind of user interface for Overpass_API

Example apps are listed here: Overpass_API/Applications

I hope this can help you a bit?

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answered 14 Oct '13, 17:07

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As far as I can see, this is useful for showing stuff like fishing=yes/no/limited/whatever

Can this display the content of "operator=*", too?

Thank you!

(19 Oct '13, 12:22) CNelke

http://umap.openstreetmap.fr/en/ is a map making tool. Does that serve your purpose ?

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answered 14 Oct '13, 20:38

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Not exactly what I'm looking for, but a useful tool!

(19 Oct '13, 12:23) CNelke
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