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As a part of my research I need to create the trajectory of respondents according to the their collected GPS data (including X and Y). I am familiar with python programming, but I am a beginner in ArcGIS. I want to write a script to automate this process

I really appreciate your help and comments.

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What format are your points in? Shapefile, X/Y Table, GPX File, RAW NMEA? –  Geoist Aug 13 '12 at 3:37

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The Points To Line tool in the Data Management toolbox may meet your requirements so perhaps look at that before Python.

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using pencil tool to draw, but instead of 1st point right clikc and select "Absolure x,y " or press F6 to entre you GPS points in window provided.

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Welcome to GIS Stack Exchange! Although the question was not very specific I think you are answering a slightly different question. –  PolyGeo Jul 5 '13 at 9:40

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