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Hi -

Total newb how to modify this query to get all the available postcode nodes for France in http://overpass-turbo.eu/ . I'm mostly interested in just getting the json returned (if possible).

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An example of a postcode 'node' is this: http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2445940960 I did find the postcode 'relation' that corresponds here: http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/252642

...I am mostly interested in just getting the lat/long (point location) of all available 'addr:postcode' tags....is that plausible to do without querying for the relations (or will I miss nodes in the process if I do NOT query the relations?

/ This shows the postal code points in france. /

[out:json];

area[name="France"]; (node"addr"~"postcode"; );

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what is a postcode node ? Can you post a link to an example ?

If you look e.g. at Saint-Etienne via Nominatim: http://nominatim.openstreetmap.org/details.php?place_id=159077530 you see that the postcode is not coming from a unique node. But if you look at the boundary relation http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/117905, you see a addr:postcode there.

Please clarify your goal by updating the original question or as a comment.

(21 Apr, 06:14) escada

So you are looking for all nodes in France whose address information include a postcode ?

The query is http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/oxp but you will need a much longer timeout.

I cannot speak for France, but e.g. in Flanders, we attempt to not map the postal code on individual nodes. We prefer to use postal code relations.

I also do not know how may of the addresses are mapped as nodes in France. Perhaps addresses are also mapped on ways. So be prepared to end up with a large collection of nodes that do not represent anything at all, because data is mapped in another way.

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