GPS Visualizer

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GPS Visualizer

Thursday, March 29, 2012 6:29
Posted in category GPS Technology

Information About GPS Visualizer

By uJaNk

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gpsvisualiser

GPS Visualizer -  GPS can help to navigating people. There is many PC GPS application to use. For example Google GPS Earth, Google Maps and many more open source GPS application. If you want to utility for GPS map, look this tool, it’s GPS Visualizer.

GPS Visualizer is a free, easy-to-use online utility that creates maps and profiles from GPS data (tracks and waypoints, including GPX files), driving routes, street addresses, or simple coordinates.

Use it to see where you’ve been, plan where you’re going, or visualize geographic data (business locations, scientific observations, events, customers, real estate, geotagged photos, “GPS drawing,” etc.).

For use this GPS Visualizer, you can try to visit the official website of GPS Visualizer. The official website is gpsvisualizer[dot]com there are we can try to create map or edit from the uploaded file.

If you has finished to create maps file for example, there are several file output that support by GPS Visualizer :

  • Google Earth
  • Google GPS Maps
  • PNG Graphic
  • JPEG Graphic
  • SVG Drawing
  • Elevation Profile
  • GPX File
  • Plain Text Table

And GPS Visualizer can read data files from many different sources, including but not limited to: GPX (a standard format used with many devices and programs, including Garmin’s eTrex, GPSMAP, Oregon, Dakota, Colorado, & Nüvi series), Google Earth (.kml/.kmz), Google Maps routes (URLs), Geocaching.com (.loc), FAI/IGC glider logs, Microsoft Excel, Google Spreadsheets, XML feeds, Garmin Forerunner (.xml/.hst/.tcx), Timex Trainer, OziExplorer, Cetus GPS, PathAway, cotoGPS, CompeGPS, TomTom (.pgl), IGN Rando (.rdn), Emtac Trine, Suunto X9/X9i (.sdf), Fugawi, NetStumbler, and of course tab-delimited or comma-separated text.

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