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Is it possible to compare amount of string in two languages for one country to see which language is more informative (more objects are named using this language)?

More specific: Ukraine, Ukrainian vs Russian language.

asked 18 Oct '16, 09:38

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You can download the Ukraine extract from the Geofabrik download server and then use any extract tool of your choice to count how many name:en and name:ru tags there are. (You can even download the .osm.bz2 file and then use bzgrep.) However, where people have (only) put a name in the name tag simply, it will be more difficult to analyse which language that is in.

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answered 18 Oct '16, 09:44

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Thanks. I am trying to use osm filter: osmfilter ukraine-latest.o5m --out-key=name: But after short time there is a message: "osmfilter Error: write error." The same error with "osmfilter ukraine-latest.o5m --out-count=name:". What could it be?

(21 Oct '16, 22:55) FuntPND
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