Is there a tool to find route relations with gaps in a predefined area?

asked 04 Apr '18, 08:00

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edited 04 Apr '18, 21:28

Does this do what you want? It flags invalid routes, but might flag them for reasons other than gaps. Edit: at the time of posting the link below showed one invalid route that I'm about to fix, giving the reason as error_unordered_gap: T if I've understood it correctly.

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answered 04 Apr '18, 08:55

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edited 04 Apr '18, 08:57

Thanks. It only helps me partly, because it only works with public transport routes, not with other routes like e.g. hiking routes.

(04 Apr '18, 11:52) SelfishSeahorse

I find JOSM's relation editor quite useful for finding and fixing gaps in all kinds of route relations. Be aware that the relation editor takes a bit of getting used to. Once you got that down it's currently by far the most efficient tool for the job though.

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answered 04 Apr '18, 20:17

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I'm sorry, my question was not very clear. Actually, I'm looking for a tool that finds all route relations with gaps in a certain area. As far as I know, with JOSM I can only see if a particular route relation has a gap. Thank you anyway.

(04 Apr '18, 21:44) SelfishSeahorse
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