I'm new in QGIS (and GIS in general). I posted a screenshot to help you understand my question.
I have data from 3 different runs measuring air quality in the streets shown in the screenshot. As you can see, there is some overlap between the runs, and they are not exactly the same, as this is impossible to achieve using a phone GPS.
What I want to do is to aggregate the data based on location, in order to end up with one set of data which follows the route I took during sampling. What I'm thinking is somehow to take one point on the route every, say, 10 meters, and aggregate the data points that are the closest to one specific point based on an average or distance weighted average.
The end result I am looking for is an average of the 3 runs in 1 run.
Is there anyway to achieve this? Or a workaround that would provide something similar?