I would like to filter an OSM history file by time first. However, I still need the history of each object. Osmium time-filter is an option. Unfortunately it only works to retrieve the status at a specific datum. The To-Time time does not work

osmium timefilter -o europa.osh.pbf /Users/.../.../europe-internal.osh.pbf.download 2000-01-01T00:00:00Z 2010-01-01T00:00:00Z

asked 08 Nov, 10:24

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edited 08 Nov, 10:41


The to-time should work fine. The command line you quote has several errors in them, maybe that's the reason it doesn't work for you? The command is "time-filter", not "timefilter", and the filename ending in .download will also not work, because the file type can't be detected, if you rename the file to .osh.pbf it should work.

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answered 08 Nov, 14:57

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