Fixing Polygons in OSM
Read this to understand what this site is about.
To see what the map would look like if we removed old style
multipolygons, you can use our comparison
There are some areas in central Europe with a lot of (or larger)
old style multipolygons. Some other clusters can be seen
For those who want to dive deeper into the data we offer several
downloads. Files are updated daily from
current planet. The timestamp file
contains the time of the last update in ISO format.
- Spatialite database containing information about all problems found in OSM areas (about 1.2 GByte). Get
this QGIS project file and
put it in the same directory as the areas.db file and run qgis area-errors.qgs.
- Sqlite database containing daily statistics on areas in OSM (small file).
- OSM PBF file containing only old-style multipolygons, ie relations
tagged only with type=multipolygon with all dependant ways and nodes (about 300 MBytes).
- A shapefile with all ways contained in the file above, so these are the geometries of all ways that are members
of old-style multipolygons. (about 440 MBytes)