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Using pure GDAL, you can preserve the waypoint symbol and type of an original GPX file with ogr2ogr -f GPX -dsco GPX_USE_EXTENSIONS=YES out.gpx in.gpx waypoints <wpt lat="51.295094" lon="6.790674"> <ele>39.0</ele> <time>2014-10-14T13:56:58Z</time> <name>Push Log Point #1</name> <desc>Lat.=51.295094, ...


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You can install the latest GDAL binaries from http://www.gisinternals.com/sdk (if it is not down) or OSGEO4W and run ogr2ogr with a batch file containing ogr2ogr -f KML testout.kml testin.gpx


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You can get cycling activities from Strava in JSON format using this url: http://www.strava.com/activities/[activityID]/streams Activities and users are freely browseable.


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GPSBabel will do pretty much any of that. HERE is the Link! From the documentation ... What is GPSBabel? GPSBabel converts waypoints, tracks, and routes between popular GPS receivers such as Garmin or Magellan and mapping programs like Google Earth or Basecamp. Literally hundreds of GPS receivers and programs are supported. It also has powerful ...


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here is my simple approach: create a new map in umap: http://umap.openstreetmap.fr/en click Import Data a select all the gpx files you have and upload them into map (you can import all of them at once) enter Edit map settings > Default properties, choose opacity 0.25, weight 10. The three steps above will take 5 minutes and here is the result:


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In OGR, the elevation data gets stored in a point layer called track_points. You can do "normal" ogr2ogr operations preserving the elevation data like this: ogr2ogr -f GPX output.gpx input.gpx waypoints routes track_points However, that fails on your ST_UNION command because you requested a Multilinestring (which has no vertex elevation data by ...


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You have many solutions but you choose to use ogr and the GeoJSON format (you could have chosen Fiona and shapely or one of the many modules to parse gpx files: Pypi:gpx or to parse XML files). 1) Is there a more direct or idiomatic way to create this rectangle? ogr is is verbose, look at Python GDAL/OGR Cookbook With the GeoJSON format: import json ...


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here's a slightly modified version of your code. my changes are in the main loop and I made it such that you iterate over all features. I did not execute it so I apologize if there are any syntax errors! #coding:utf-8 import glob import ogr import json import numpy import matplotlib.pyplot as plt # 1) Is there a more direct or idiomatic way to create ...



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