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After a few hours research i unfortunately am too stupid to get this done.

I would need a driving analysis for 45 to 60 minute but openroutservice.com only offers it up to 30min.

I also tried to do it offline, but since i don´t really know much about coding and pythin endpoint here.

i downloaded an .map file and an basecamp-file but 1) I don´t know which program to use to be able to use driving time analysis and 2) is there an example query to do it for this particular program?

Do you have any ideas how to get this done easily? I only need a few pictures.

asked 14 Oct '15, 15:09

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Do you know the OSM wiki page about Isochrone?

Maybe you can find a solution there which allows a variable value for time to go.

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answered 14 Oct '15, 16:24

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yes i have been there many times, but none of the examples fit/have source/are easy enough or allow time to be passed online.

(14 Oct '15, 16:41) vozer

Then I can only recommend to do a search for "isochrones" or similar on http://gis.stackexchange.com ... but when asking there be sure to report what services/software you have tried so far ... maybe with a link to this topic here.

(16 Oct '15, 14:28) stephan75
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