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Hi Everyone,

I am using OpenStreetMap web interface to contribute. Now I would like to download the data that I have contributed. I would like to create heatmap out of my contributions. Is there a tool or process that will help me in this?

Thanks, Sathya

asked 15 Sep '16, 18:16

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A heatmap with your contributions is provided by Your OSM Heat Map by Pascal Neis, along with other nice statistics at How did you contribute to OpenStreetMap?.

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answered 15 Sep '16, 18:25

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In overpass turbo, you can type

user:"username" global

in the query wizard to get objects whose last version was edited by you.

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answered 17 Sep '16, 01:37

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edited 21 Sep '16, 17:13


Not OP, but do you happen to know if it is possible to get "touched" objects too with overpass?

(18 Sep '16, 09:45) joost schouppe

Depending on your definition of "touched". You can recurse from your nodes up to ways, just add way(bn); in a line after node(user:foo).

(21 Sep '16, 17:12) RicoElectrico
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