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Daylight Map Distribution v1.9 Released with analysis-ready files

Dec 23rd, 2021

Continuing with our monthly release cadence, Daylight v1.9 is now available to download. We’ve added new parquet files that are optimized for loading into AWS Athena along the main data file.

📥 Download Daylight Map Distribution right now in OpenStreetMap PBF format: 📦 planet-v1.9.osm.pbf (63.1GB)

As always, coastlines, administrative boundaries, and buildings from our collaborators at Esri and Microsoft are also available:

v1.9 Summary

New in v1.9: “Analysis Ready” Daylight OSM Distribution

The Daylight Map Distribution is now available in parquet files that are optimized for loading into AWS Athena. These “analysis-ready” files contain fully resolved geometries and additional metadata including length of LineString features. In total, the “OSM features” files contain 803M ways, 5M relations, and 176M nodes. This subset contains all of the renderable features in OSM, meaning they have geometries that can be rendered on a map. Additionally, the “OSM elements” files contain all untagged nodes (7B), complex relations, and node references, making them a referential-complete version of the Daylight OSM PBF file.

These two files: “osm_features” and “osm_elements” are publicly available on s3 in the s3://daylight-openstreetmap/parquet bucket.

See this page for instructions on how to load these files into AWS Athena and begin querying.

How To Reach The Team

If you have any questions about this data distribution, we have created a #daylightdistro_feedback Slack channel in OSM US. Members of the team will be there periodically to answer questions. You can also email the team at osm@fb.com.

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