GPS eXchange Format is an open non-propietary GPS file format free from license restrictions used to describe waypoints, tracks, and routes. Its tags store location, elevation, and time. Outside of Esri, it is the defacto standard for exchanging GPS data between applications.

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What is the simplest method to add GPX files into Arcmap?

What is the smoothest route, the easiest user experience, to add gpx files to Arcmap? (update) Basically, ideally, I'd like to interact with .gpx with the same facility as .shp, being able ...
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How can I export a linestring to a GPX file in QGIS?

I have a linestring in a vector layer in QGIS. How can I expot/save this linestring as a GPX file? I tried to select the linestring, then right click on the vector layer and choose "Save selection ...
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Convert from shapefile to GPX with selected attributes

I have a points shapefile that originally came from a GPX file (imported using QGIS). The original GPX file contained waypoints only and has disappeared. The shapefile has many attributes, but only ...
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Converting GPX track_points layer to CSV with lat/lng with ogr2ogr

What's the correct command to convert a GPX track_points layer to CSV with lat/lng coordinates using ogr2ogr?
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Find GPX files which contain tracks located in a specified bounding box

I have a bunch of GPX files and I want to find out which files contain tracks located in certain geographic extent, e.g. files containing tracks in Pennsylvania. Also, the inverse is also useful too, ...