I'm hoping to create a map that is in Tlingit, the language of the people who first occupied my local area (see this site). Some features have a name:tli tag. Area in question How could I query the features that have that tag? I tried [name:tli is NOT NULL] and it didn't work.

asked 05 Feb, 01:16

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edited 05 Feb, 01:17


To query for a key without considering the values, put the key in the brackets, here using quotes because of the colon in the key:

nwr["name:tli"];.

There aren't many features with that tag:

https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/name%3Atli

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answered 05 Feb, 02:17

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Thank you! Yes, the goal is to show it's possible and then get more of the landmarks in local language mapped. Gunalchéesh!

(05 Feb, 19:01) Jfact0ry
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@Jfact0ry You can use for example node[place][!"lang:tli"]({{bbox}}); to query for place=* features without a name your language, using the ! not operator. Be careful not to make the box too wide in area to avoid over-limit.

(06 Feb, 15:41) Kovoschiz
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