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How to Use the ArcGIS Editor for OSM Toolset

See the Documentation topic for the installation, specific workflows, and customizations available.

ArcGIS Editor for OSM

Updated version of the ArcGIS Editor for OSM Desktop 10.6 is now available. Important - please see Release Notes for key updates included, especially if you've used this tool in the past as there changes to how it works.

Download/installer for 10.6 is available from: http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=0c4b24608fc94542ba5d1130c0606802

To get other versions, download the .zip file from the corresponding ArcGIS Online page:

To apply an update, do the following:

  1. Download the updated installer from the provided ArcGIS Online page.
  2. Uninstall your previous version of ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap.
  3. Run the setup.exe in the .zip file you downloaded in Step 1.
  4. When the setup is complete, the OpenStreetMap Toolbox will be available in your System Toolboxes when you launch ArcMap and browse in the catalog window

Project Description

The ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap supports working with OpenStreetMap data in ArcGIS. You can load data from OpenStreetMap and store it in a geodatabase, and then use the familiar editing environment of ArcGIS Desktop to create, modify, do network analysis, or update data. Once you are done editing, you can post back the edit changes to OSM to make them available to all OSM users. See documentation to get started.

ArcGIS Desktop for Home Use Program

Through the [http://www.esri.com/arcgis-for-home/index.html ArcGIS for Home Use Program] you can get ArcGIS Desktop, install the ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap extension (free), and then use the powerful ArcGIS editing environment to download and use OSM data, and contribute data back to OSM.

Contributing Feedback

We welcome found issues, defects, enhancement ideas, or your user stories. See the "Contribute" topic for reporting them to us.

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