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Hello, I have to make a special map for a website and hope, you can say me, if it is possible with OSM.

Specifications:
MAP 1 = whole area (i.e. Germany)
- map without anything
- colored area only, with colored border
- sub-areas with colored borders and mouseover effect
- sub-areas with names

MAP 2 = sub-areas (i.e. Berlin or Sachsen)
- map without anything
- colored area only, with colored border
- POIs as different symbols (my own POIs, not officials)
- POI-details on mouseover or click

Many Thanks - René

asked 28 Jul '14, 11:01

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An example that might be similar to your aim can be the webservice of OSM user Wambacher about postalcode areas in Germany and around:

https://wambachers-osm.website/boundaries/

please try this website intensively and patiently (loading data in background)

Also switch on and off the different layers according to different zoom levels.

Tell us here whether this comes near your aim, so we can give you concrete hints.

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answered 28 Jul '14, 19:16

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edited 05 Jul '17, 08:19

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Or try something like choropleth maps provided by leafletJS framework,

also see geocolor.io -> click "sample" there ... or at gis.stackexchange.com

By the way: I think we need a page about choropleth maps in the OSM wiki ...

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answered 29 Jul '14, 15:54

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