Hallo, ich habe eine Frage zur der ich leider keine passende Antwort im Web finde.
Ich benutze die OSM im QuoVadis und habe dort in einer OSM Karte einen Weg eingezeichnet und danach mit dem Snipping Tool, einen Ausschnitt herausgenommen. Nun meine Frage, wie zitiere ich so einen Ausschnitt in wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten? Die Zitierempfehlungen des Instituts reichen dazu leider nicht aus und im Web stoße ich ständig auf Einträge bez. der Lizenz usw.
Vielleicht kann mir jemand weiterhelfen?
May 29, 2018, 9:44am
HIER sollte dir helfen denke ich.
How should I attribute you?
Our requested attribution is “© OpenStreetMap contributors”.
You must make it clear that the data is available under the Open Database Licence. This can be achieved by providing a “License” or “Terms” link which links to www.openstreetmap.org/copyright or www.opendatacommons.org/licenses/odbl.
We ask that you hyperlink the attribution to www.openstreetmap.org where possible. Because OpenStreetMap is its contributors, you may omit the word “contributors” if space is limited.
You may optionally qualify the credit to explain what OSM content you are using. For example, if you have rendered OSM data to your own design, you may wish to use “Map data © OpenStreetMap contributors”.
(If you are using map tiles supplied by us, you must also make it clear that the tiles are available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 licence. This may also be fulfilled by linking to
Where to put it?
This credit needs to appear in a place that is reasonable to the medium or means you are utilising. In other words, you should expect to credit OpenStreetMap in the same way and with the same prominence as would be expected by any other map supplier. Therefore:
For a printed map, the credit should appear beside the map if that is where other such credits appear, and/or in the “acknowledgements” section of the publication (often at the start of a book or magazine).
For a browsable electronic map (e.g. embedded in a web page or mobile phone application), the credit should typically appear in the corner of the map, as commonly seen with map APIs/libraries such as Google Maps.
For a tv, film or video production, the attribution should typically appear in a corner of the map. As long as the credit is on screen long enough to be read, it does not have to remain in view during panning or zooming. For productions with end credits, we would also welcome a credit there.
As an electronic database or collection of databases, file, CD, Place the text in the file itself or in an extra file.
A video or computer game - on the credits page or in the game view.
If you are producing library code that offers OpenStreetMap data or tiles, you should make sure library users are aware of these terms. We strongly recommend that you display this credit by default when your library is used.
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