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사용 가능한 언어 — Export
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'내보내기' 및 '공유' 사이드 바

Export and sharing sidebars, both showing at once on OpenStreetMap.org

OpenStreetMap.org 전면 페이지에서 사이드 바를 사용하여 맵 이미지의 기본 내보내기 또는 특정 영역의 Raw데이터를 수행할 수 있습니다.

OpenStreetMap XML 데이터

상단의 'Export'버튼을 사용하여 영역에 대한 OpenStreetMap XML데이터를 가져올 내보내기 사이드 바를 엽니다. 또한 데이터 다운로드 페이지를 참조하십시오.

현재의 모든 원시 0데이터(노드, 경로, 관계-키 및 태그)를 XML형식으로 내보냅니다. 이렇게 하려면 실제로 브라우저에서 OpenStreetMap API를 직접 가리켜 경계 상자 데이터를 검색합니다(지도 전화). 이 경우 요청할 수 있는 데이터의 크기와 복잡성에 제한이 있습니다. XML데이터는 .osm 파일에 저장할 수 있고, 데이터 우선순위를 보며,Osmosis, osmfilter, JOSM 등의 도구를 사용하여 필터링 및 열기도 할 수 있습니다.


This allows export of PNG, JPEG, SVG and PDF maps in the OpenStreetMap 'standard' style (default layer of the map homepage) generated by the Mapnik rendering software.

These image export options are found on the 'sharing' sidebar on the right

Embeddable HTML

Also on the 'sharing' sidebar on the right, you can get HTML. This option creates HTML code which you can copy and paste to use on any web page elsewhere on the web. The HTML fragment will embed the current map within an iframe, complete with javascript slippy map interface.

If you prefer to place a static map image on your website, simply take a screenshot and save the image file, or look at using the static map images services to embed one which will get updated.

Embeddable HTML with an added Marker

The steps to produce embeddable HTML with a marker to mark a specific location are as follows:

  • Go to https://www.openstreetmap.org
  • Navigate so that the view tab shows the area you are interested in
  • Click on the sharing button on the right
  • Fine tune the map view to ensure the area is still correct
  • Click on the "HTML" option"
  • Click on "Add a marker to the map"
  • Copy the text in the box in the Output section which starts <iframe

If you only wanted just a simple link to a map, the HTML is even more straightforward. Something like: <a href="https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=9/31.23/30.05">View a map on OpenStreetMap</a> The URL within that HTML is a "permalink" to OpenStreetMap, with latitude and longitude parameters. See Browsing#Linking to Maps

If you have more sophisticated map embedding requirements e.g. showing more than one marker, or if you want to avoid using an iframe, then you will need to use HTML code which invokes a javascript 'slippy map' library under your own control. See Deploying your own Slippy Map

Other export formats and tools

See OSM on Paper for another list of tools (including easy to use webinterfaces)

If you need a different format, see below. You will usually need to download the data you require as OpenStreetMap XML Data (.osm), either from the 'Export' tab (small areas) or Planet.osm (large areas), then look at converting map data between formats. Ready-made downloads are available for some formats.

Why does the 'Export' feature sometimes not work?

When the rendering servers have a high load from traffic to the main map some of the exports get temporarily disabled. This is because the rendering of custom images from the export tab takes a lot of resources compared to the slippy map.

If you want to use the exports you can try again later or see other alternatives.

Bulk downloads

To download large quantities of OpenStreetMap data, see Planet.osm. If you then want to create your own webmap from this, see Deploying your own Slippy Map for some pointers.

Remember data may only be exported from OpenStreetMap (in any format) in accordance with the OpenStreetMap License.