hello - i wanted to run a osmconvert & filter with the following goal - to get the following tags out of the datas:

addr:street addr:housenumber addr:city

so i decided to do the following command

./osmconvert hamburg-latest.osm.pbf --all-to-nodes -o=hamburgrestaurants_2.o5m
./osmfilter hamburgrestaurants_2.o5m --keep="amenity=restaurant" -o=restaurant_2.o5m
./osmconvert restaurant_2.o5m --csv="@id @lon @lat shop name  addr:street addr:housenumber addr:city website email" --csv-headline -o=restaurant_2.csv

but i failed - there were no streets no housenumbers and cities

what is wrong with this?

asked 18 Apr '14, 16:36

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edited 21 Apr '14, 16:14

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This is basically the same question as in your other post. Issue: there's an extra space between "name" and "addr:street" in your osmconvert csv string. Remove it and you're all set.

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answered 21 Apr '14, 07:34

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hello dear mmd - many many thanks - i will try it out and come back and report all my findings. Thx alot. your are great!

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