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Description
A prefix of keys that are part of the INEGI dataset imports, used in Mexico.
Used on these elements
use on nodes unspecifieduse on ways unspecifieduse on areas unspecifieduse on relations unspecified
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Status: in use

The string 'INEGI' is the prefix of keys that are part of the INEGI dataset imports, it's used in Mexico to relate to the datasets retrieved from [INEGI] during an import. Please note the use of this key is exclusively thought as a prefix for other subkeys that contain useful codes or identification numbers for objects retrieved from INEGI datasets.

It's main purpose is to provide a link between the data from the [INEGI] and the data in OSM to support future proofed imports and comparison with INEGI data.

Commonly used subkeys

Key Value Element Comment Photo Taginfo
INEGI:CVE_MUN Char relation Code composed by three numbers that are assigned in ascending order starting at 001 according to the alphabetical order of the names of the municipalities. This tag can only be used for relations assigned to boundaries.