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I calculated an isochrone using OSM data. Now I have a list of ways/nodes which are reachable from the starting point (original OSM ids are available). How can I highlight all the ways on a map? I only found out that a single way can be highlighted with http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/<id>.

I'm a beginner with OSM so any help is very much appreciated. Thanks!

asked 28 Dec '17, 09:04

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edited 29 Dec '17, 07:01

Firstly, those are ways, not edges...

Secondly, is the starting point a node?

(29 Dec '17, 04:40) Wetitpig0

Thanks for pointing that out. I’ve edited the question.

Yes, the starting point is a node.

(29 Dec '17, 07:03) Mopedchen

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answered 29 Dec '17, 13:47

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Unfortunately, the link doesn't work.

I managed to highlight the edges using QGIS and OSM data extracts from Geofabrik.

(08 Jan '18, 09:00) Mopedchen
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