Sites that provide tools or resources for those who wish to make use of data form the OpenStreetMap project, to render maps, analyse the data, or create other products.
Build your own OpenStreetMap Server
Two-part article explaining how to set up a system to receive data from OSM, obtain the data, and use it to generate rendered maps.
Gtk OpenStreetMap application that allows browsing data and rendering maps. Site includes project information, system requirements, software manual, screenshots and download.
A lightweight OpenStreetMap map rendering platform. Includes overview, download, documentation, and FAQs.
A Perl based rendering engine that takes a .osm file and a style file, and generates SVG output. Includes software download, list of features, usage examples, and style file syntax.
OSM SlippyMap Generator
Simplifies the process of creating a SlippyMap based on OpenLayers are OpenStreetMap Tiles. Users complete a configuration form, and can then download a complete HTML file to use on their own website.
Open-source software for Linux and MacOS X to display 'Open Street Map' data in 3D. Includes project information, news, and download.
OSM Tools for Android., including a replacement for Android's MapView class. Site provides SVN access to the source-code, and screenshots of the tools in action.
Online service that allows the fetching of specific OSM data using scripting constructs to define what is required.
Public Transport Line Diagram
Generates a rendered diagram of a public transport route with stop names positions along the line.
Software application for finding a route between two points using OpenStreetMap data. Site includes project description, download, documentation, and a demonstration side with UK data.
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