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I wrote a Python script to shift times in a .gpx file by a certain amount. You need to install Python (I use 2.7.6) and BeautifulSoup. It's easiest to do with the pip package manager. When you have pip installed, use pip install beautifulsoup4 to use the package. If the GPX files are in a slightly different format (I've only encountered the variety that ...


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The problem may be related to bad data. A GPX file is a simple text file that can be opened in notepad and is formatted as XML. Try opening the file in notepad to double check any malformed/unclosed tags. Try comparing the and headers with another file that does load to locate a bad heading. Try deleting all but one or two ... sections and see if the ...


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I do not know exactly what are you doing, I did the following experiment. First, From the point you mention I created a csv file. Then I used gps babel to create a gpx file from the csv (you do not need to do this). This is the point in google earth I loaded the gpx file in QGis using GPStools (vector/GPS/Gpstools). When you load a GPX file Qgis ...


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if you don't mind a manual, mousing-around process in QGIS, try this: click the Add Vector Layer button, select 'File' as the Source type, and browse to your GPX. This adds layer(s) from your GPX to the map. in the Layers Panel, right-click the desired layer and select Save As... in the resulting dialog select 'ESRI Shapefile' as the Format To test the ...


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GPSBabel is my go-to for this (unless you have access to FME). DNRGPS is another option. I prefer GPSBabel just because I've been using it for longer. If you have ArcMap, see this other post for ArcMap specific answers: What is the simplest method to add GPX files into Arcmap?



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