I'm using QGIS 2.18.17 on Linux Mint 19. I have several .gpx files of waypoints recorded using a handheld GPS device. I can load them on to QGIS or Google Earth with no problems. However, I want to be able to access the coordinate data and the values for each GPS point that I have recorded.
When I look at the attribute table of the .gpx files in QGIS, the X and Y coordinates are not displayed, although the elevation, time, name, and comment data are. When I open the .gpx files in a text editor, the coordinate information is there and I can copy and paste the values for each waypoint.
I assume that there is an automated way to do this, like converting the .gpx to a .csv file.
How do I extract all the X and Y coordinates from a .gpx file using QGIS?