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I would like to create maps of walking distances from rail stations in Japanese cities to nearby locations within a local neighborhood area. Can I do this in OpenStreetMap and how do I do it? Thank you

asked 02 Jan, 12:37

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There are a few routing engines that can use OSM data to produce isochrones. The isochrone page on the wiki lists some options. Some of them can be called by other software if you have enough points to justify getting an API key and writing some code.

For direct point to point usage then there are more options. The wiki has lists of online and offline options.

I don't know which ones have the best documentation and tutorials.

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