Hi, I am testin to extract a .csv file from the germany-latest.osm.pbf including latitude, longitude, street, hausnumber, and city.

But when I let the following command run, I get a csv file with mainly only latitude and longitude entries, all the other address information is missing: ./osmconvert germany-latest.osm.pbf --csv="@lat @lon addr:street addr:housenumber addr:city" -o=3.csv

What am I doing wrong?

Thank you for your help

asked 18 Aug '16, 10:53

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osmconvert doesn't do any filtering. So --csv="@lat @lon addr:street addr:housenumber addr:city" includes every object with a latitude and longitude, which is every node in the file, regardless of whether it has an address or not.

You can take a look at the companion tool osmfilter. It first requires using osmconvert to translate the .pbf into a format it understands, you will likely want the --all-to-nodes option when you do this step. Many addresses are associated with OpenStreetMap ways and relations, objects which do not directly store location information. The --all-to-nodes will extract a location for them.

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answered 18 Aug '16, 13:54

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Hey, I saw your Question and would like to ask you if you found a solution for your Problem. I am completely new here and Need a list with all adresses of Germany as you described in the title.

Thank you very much in Advance!

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answered 11 Aug '20, 09:33

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