A short question: is it possible to enter a user-specific row using Overpass Turbo with out:csv? For example, an empty row? That would help structuring the csv output.

Here, an example where I added out:count here and there to get something close to an empty row.

Thanks in advance!

asked 08 Sep, 15:27

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You'll probably have to post process it, but you may be able to develop this:

[bbox:{{bbox}}]
[out:csv(name,NewL;false)];
way[leisure]; 
for (t["leisure"])
{
 make stat
  name=_.val,
  NewL='\n\n';
 out tags;
}

https://overpass-turbo.eu/s/1b1E

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answered 09 Sep, 14:29

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Thanks for the workaround! I adapted it slightly to make it easier, just using "make ooo ::id="0"; out tags;" see example on https://overpass-turbo.eu/s/1b3V

(10 Sep, 14:41) Gåseborg

Good. BTW - if you want all of those mapped entities change 'node' to 'nwr'

(10 Sep, 15:49) DaveF
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