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I use GPX format to transfer data from and to Basecamp. The older version I use can also export csv, and import kml and csv. But since I use GPX for export to and from the GPS unit too, I prefer that format for all exchange. You can however not use the Garmin based .img files inside QGIS.


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GeoJSON or GPX doesn't really matter, you just need a way to construct a marker from each coordinate pair, and add it to a MarkerCluster group. Here is the start of a solution; ugly as it is, it works (for clustering the hundreds of gpx points), and it should point you in the right direction to a cleaner solution. Add a max zoom to the map. Not sure why, ...


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The script is failing to find the Python regular expression library, which is strange because re is part of core python. You could open the Python console in ArcMap, and import re to see if the same error occurs. As @artwork21 suggests, you could browse to your python installation and see if re.py exists. You could start python from the command line and ...


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In QGIS, you can add a GPX file using Add Vector Layer. In a dialogue you will be asked for the layers you want: waypoints tracks track_points routes route_points You get the track points with attributes using the track_points layer. The alternative method of adding GPX files with the GPS Tool does not offer the trackpoints layer. By the way, track ...


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I just came across Strava when looking for something similar. I've haven't tried Strava yet, but from what I can tell you can manually upload your GPS data and then map it along the lines of what you describe: You can add an activity to Strava even if you didn't record it with a GPS device. Strava lets you enter the type, time and distance for any ...


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Quantum GIS can read GPX tracks, allow you to edit them over a base layer map (google, openstreetmap, stamen toner, etc) and save in any of a zillion formats. Its Open Source, runs on Linux, Mac and Windows. There is an android port but I think its a bit beta and might be less functional. www.qgis.org I know you said "basic" GPX editor but these things ...


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I am using Garmin Basecamp for GPX editing. Possible free background maps can be all Openstreetmap derived Garmin maps. With routable maps, it is even possible to create new routes and upload them to the device. BaseCamp unfortunately does not run on Linux. Editing capabilities are also offered by Viking, which can also have OSM tile background. ...


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i haven't generated 25D polygons, but i have created linestrings with a z-coordinate. I'm able to view the lines in 3D in software other than QGIS (currently using visit). of course, i can still view the features in QGIS, just 2D.



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