Bonjour I am a student and I am doing a project about city logistics and I have the next question:

Is it possible to write two addresses or coordinates in Excel and get the routing distance between those points from OSM, if yes, how I can do it?

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The most simple way: I guess you could use VBA to query a online routing service (based on OSM).

In case you need to convert an address to coordinates (but I guess most Routing APIs can do that for you), have a look at geocoding (this is how it is called).

By the way, nearly everything is possible with OSM - because our data is free.

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