Few weeks ago I stumbled upon a website/tool which was showing the strava heatmap layer overlapping to our OSM mapnik layer. I'm pretty sure I found the link on a strava related discussion on github, but right now I can't find it anymore. Could anyone help me out? Thanks

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I would just use JOSM: first add a Mapnik layer and then the strava layer. Et voilà!

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answered 31 Mar '18, 22:44

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Yeah, you're right, that would definitely be the best way of doing it but quite often I do get to use computers on which I'm not allowed to install new software and then that website/tool would come in handy.

(01 Apr '18, 08:43) Constable
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@Constable: Okay, so you are only looking for a "website". I thought JOSM would count at "tool". :-)

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This is likely to be the site you are looking for http://strava.github.io/iD/#background=Bing&map=14.93/153.0330/-27.2279 You can change the background to display the stardard osm layer instead of the satellite imagery.
This it the Github site https://github.com/strava/iD

Strava labs site https://labs.strava.com/slide/demo.html#16/-207.12448/-27.35314

Strava Heatmap https://www.strava.com/heatmap#7.92/137.99609/-34.51999/hot/all

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