[Qgis-developer] Styling OSM data
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Sat Feb 8 20:41:29 PST 2014
There is also the service we provide at http://osm.linfiniti.com -
currently they are integrated into the inasafe plugin. The tool lets you
get buildings and roads (I plan to add support for more features in the
future) and applies default styles. It also does some server side
processing to tidy up the data a bit. Unlike geofabric, the osm data is
processed on the fly and returned immediately - although this means there
are limits to how large an area you can fetch.
Personally I would like a solution that uses our existing OSM downloader
(in Vector menu) and styles the data client side after it is retrieved. We
could probably port some of the logic from our osm reporter app too.
On Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 3:39 PM, Paolo Cavallini <cavallini at faunalia.it>wrote:
> Il 07/02/2014 14:33, kimaidou ha scritto:
> > I agree with you that we should now base this kind of wokr on the "new"
> > osm importer in QGIS. This could be a 4th step (1- download OSM data, 2-
> > put them in a sqlite db , 3-extract some data into tables). We could
> > think of a way to store more than one style and let the user choose one
> > among those available.
> we have implemented this, see our Save style for PostgreSQL, now ported
> to SQLite.
> All the best.
> Paolo Cavallini - www.faunalia.eu
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