[OSM-talk] How best to create a "single point of interest" online map with OSM data?

Simon Poole simon at poole.ch
Wed Oct 1 07:24:25 UTC 2014

Am 01.10.2014 03:00, schrieb Bryce Nesbitt:
> There's a lot to like about this.  However, limits I hit were:
> * Slowed down too much after about 200 points of interest (I need about
> 30,000 minimum for the current project)

You definitely need to turn on clustering for your data layer.

> * Limited flexibility in designing the popup
> * Ways disappear on the map (they don't get a pin: zoom in on the map to
> see two hidden toilets).

That is a known "problem", which however can be solved by pre-processing
the data. For example with osmconvert with --all-to-nodes (you will need
to remove untagged nodes with grep after this).


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