I'd like to put more detailed instructions somewhere for beginners (like me). Should they go on this page?
Here is step-by-step what I've done:
wget http://planet.king-nerd.com/USA/20080229/Washington-20080229.osm.bz2 bunzip Washington-20080229.osm.bz2 svn checkout http://svn.openstreetmap.org/applications/routing/pyroute/ cd pyroute python pyroute.py ../data/Washington-20080229.osm 21505268 26608779
This ate all my memory and then I killed it.
--Abie 16:54, 8 July 2008 (UTC)
- TBH, I'd suggest trying something like:
- python routeAsGpx.py [lat1] [lon1] [lat2] [lon2] [car|cycle|foot]
- that will download data as required, and should be faster and use less memory. If you then need to download data for a large area, write a script based on the URLs and filenames in tiledata.py Ojw 17:26, 8 July 2008 (UTC)
Hi Ojw, I keep getting error in routeAsGpx.py on different .osm and .pbf (planet) files but I keep getting type errors where it can't concatenate string and int. I only try it on small metro extracts such as toronto.osm.pbf and also toronto.osm (uncompressed osm file) but I keep getting the error. I am also entering the coordinates that are within the bounds of the .osm file. In my Ubuntu linux command line, I enter: python routeAsGpx.py toronto.osm.pbf 43.667 -79.4000 43.725 -79.402 car but then I get this error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "routeAsGpx.py", line 85, in <module> "track") File "routeAsGpx.py", line 31, in routeToGpx node1 = data.findNode(lat1,lon1) File "/home/peter/pyroutelib2/loadOsm.py", line 173, in findNode self.getArea(lat,lon) File "/home/peter/pyroutelib2/loadOsm.py", line 46, in getArea (x,y) = tilenames.tileXY(lat, lon, z) File "/home/peter/pyroutelib2/tilenames.py", line 30, in tileXY x,y = latlon2xy(lat,lon,z) File "/home/peter/pyroutelib2/tilenames.py", line 26, in latlon2xy x,y = latlon2relativeXY(lat,lon) File "/home/peter/pyroutelib2/tilenames.py", line 20, in latlon2relativeXY x = (lon + 180) / 360
TypeError: cannot concatenate 'str' and 'int' objects
Can you verify that I've entered all this correctly? Does your routeAsGpx.py script work on .pbf extract files as well as .osm files?
I believe I included all the parameters and I also try different variations such as foot or cycle. Thanks for your help.
--Developingcountries 21:55, 29 December 2013 (UTC)