Is there a way to obtain the extents of a pbf file (top, bottom, left, right) using osmosis or similar tool?

asked 30 Oct '18, 14:35

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The osmconvert --out-statistics option returns lat/lon min/max values:

osmconvert liechtenstein.osm.pbf --out-statistics

osmconvert binaries are also available for Windows.

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answered 31 Oct '18, 10:55

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Excellent, I knew there had to be a way through the regular tools!

(31 Oct '18, 12:33) awa5114

This can be done with the osmium command line tool from https://github.com/osmcode/osmium-tool (also present in recent Linux distributions):

% osmium fileinfo -eg data.bbox myfile.osm.pbf
[======================================================================] 100% 
(6.0807,47.4811,9.74985,50.3178)
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answered 30 Oct '18, 14:56

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