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GPS Visualizer / https://www.gpsvisualizer.com
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GPS Visualizer: Do-It-Yourself Mapping
GPS Visualizer is an online utility that creates maps and profiles from geographic data. It is free and easy to use, yet powerful and extremely customizable. Input can be in the form of GPS data (tracks and waypoints), driving routes, street addresses, or simple coordinates. Use it to see where you've been, plan where you're going, or quickly visualize geographic data (scientific observations, events, business locations, customers, real estate, geotagged photos, etc.).
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Upload a GPS file:
Choose an output format:
Leaflet HTMLGoogle MapsGoogle EarthPNG mapJPEG mapSVG drawingelevation profileGPX fileplain text table
To set more options, use the detailed input pages:
Google Maps /Leaflet
Google Earth KML
Plot data points
Profiles (elevation, etc.)
Convert to GPX
Convert to plain text
Help keep GPS Visualizer free
GPS Visualizer is a free service and hopefully always will be; however, if you find it interesting, time-saving, or just plain fun, you can say "thanks" -- and encourage further development -- by clicking the button above and making a contribution via credit card or PayPal. Or, you could send an Amazon wish list item.
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),
FAI/IGC glider logs,
Garmin Fitness (.fit),
Garmin Forerunner (.xml/.hst/.tcx),
Garmin MapSource/BaseCamp/HomePort (.gdb),
Microsoft Excel spreadsheets (.xls/.xlsx),
NMEA 0183 data,
Suunto X9/X9i (.sdf),
and of course tab-delimited or comma-separated text.
GPS Visualizer is based in Portland, Oregon, and has been on the Web since October 2002.
News & Updates
ASTER v3 data
[12/22/19] The ASTER DEM files on GPS Visualizer's server have been upgraded to ASTER version 3, which was released in 2019.
[11/11/19] The profile utility can now draw filled "mountain range" profiles, in addition to lines; also, colorized SVG profiles can use gradients for smoother and more accurate color.
More 30m elevation data from Europe
[10/29/19] New DEM (digital elevation model) files from Europe have been installed on GPS Visualizer's server, thanks to OpenDataPortal.
Dynamic elevation profiles in maps
[10/24/19] GPS Visualizer maps can now build on-the-fly elevation profiles, if the tracks contain elevation data. Full documentation of the new feature is available here.
Convert Google Maps to Leaflet API
[10/13/19] If you want to convert an older GPS Visualizer Google Map into one that uses the free Leaflet API instead, instructions and a conversion utility are now available.
[07/17/19] Track, waypoint, and area files (.trk, .wpt, .are) from the OfflineMaps Android app are now supported by GPS Visualizer.
[06/30/19] Leaflet, an open-source mapping library, is now fully supported by GPS Visualizer! The map input forms now give you a choice between Google Maps or Leaflet for browser-viewable HTML maps.
German topo maps
[02/16/19] Two German topo map options (TopPlusOpen & DTK250, from BKG) are now available in GPS Visualizer's Google Maps.
Spanish topo maps
[02/13/19] Topographic maps of Spain, as well as a "base map" (from www.ign.es), are now available in GPS Visualizer's Google Maps.
Lowrance .usr repair
[07/05/18] Some Lowrance USR v3 files don't work properly with GPSBabel, which GPS Visualizer normally uses to parse Lowrance files. GPS Visualizer will now try to repair those problematic files.
Novatel track logs
[04/24/18] Tracklog files containing #BESTPOSA statements from Novatel OEM GPS receivers can now be read by GPS Visualizer.
XCSoar .tsk files
[02/14/18] GPS Visualizer can now read task files (with a .tsk extension) from XCSoar open-source gliding computer software.
Rotatable waypoint markers
[01/26/18] Rotatable "arrow" and "wedge" markers are now available in GPS Visualizer's Google Maps. Supply a "rotation" field in your input file to make them rotate.
Google Maps overzoom
[12/18/17] All of GPS Visualizer's Google Maps backgrounds can now be zoomed up to level 21; if tiles do not exist at the higher levels, the lower-level tiles will be enlarged. The overzoomed levels show up as gray bars in the zoom control.
Raymarine .fsh files
[12/07/17] Support for Raymarine waypoint/route files (which are usually named "ARCHIVE.FSH") has been improved greatly, thanks to Bernhard Fischer's parsefsh utility.
Native .gdb support
[11/30/17] Code has been added to read Garmin .gdb files directly — rather than relying on GPSBabel as an intermediary. This should ensure compatibility with newer .gdb variations.
Re-order & merge scrambled tracks
[11/29/17] GPS Visualizer can now re-order (and optionally connect) scrambled, out-of-order track segments. Look for "Reorder/merge coterminous tracks" in the advanced track options.
[11/21/17] GPS Visualizer can now read .osm XML files downloaded from OpenStreetMap.org. "Nodes" will be processed if they have names, and "ways" will be processed if they are roads or trails. (Individual /node or /way URLs on openstreetmap.org can also be used.)
Elevation gain/loss calculations
[11/15/17] GPS Visualizer's input forms now have a parameter called elevation gain/loss threshold, which can help get you more accurate elevation gain calculations. Read more about it in the new Elevation Gain Tutorial.
JPEG/PNG maps to Garmin/Google Earth
[11/07/17] JPEG or PNG maps created by GPS Visualizer can now be exported into a .kmz file that can be used as a Garmin custom map. Look for the "Make this map into a Garmin/KMZ overlay" link on the output page after you create your map.
Google Maps label colors
[10/18/17] When you create a Google Map, you can now choose colors for permanent marker labels via menus in the input form. (But if you need more control, you can still supply CSS directives if you want.)
[09/22/17] In the profile input form, you can now enter a distance for "X divisions" and "Y divisions". (Make sure to include a unit, or it'll work the way it always has and just split your profile into that many sections.)
[08/26/17] When you make a Google Map out of a KMZ file that contains embedded icon graphics, GPS Visualizer will now embed those icons in the guts of the map.
[03/19/17] GPS Visualizer can now read the text contained in spreadsheets (.ods files) from OpenOffice.
Coxmate .CMT files
[03/18/17] Rowing tracklogs (.CMT files) from Coxmate GPS devices are now supported by GPS Visualizer.
Topo maps for Belgium, Netherlands, France
[03/13/17] Topographic maps from RouteYou, covering all of Belgium and the Netherlands, have been added as a background map option in Google Maps. Topo maps from IGN.fr have also been added to the Sandbox, but IGN maps are only available in your own maps if you get an API Key from IGN.
Elevation data: JP, KR, TW, AU, NZ
[03/09/17] The collection of SRTM1 elevation data from NASA has been expanded to include Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong, New Zealand, and southeastern Australia (Adelaide to Brisbane, plus Tasmania).
Elevation queries in the Sandbox
[03/04/17] GPS Visualizer's drawing utility now allows you to right-click on any point on the map to retrieve the DEM-derived elevation for that point.
[03/02/17] GPS Visualizer's conversion form, as well as the Sandbox's export function, have the ability to add simulated timestamps to tracklogs that don't have time information. This feature has been implemented because OpenStreetMap's data import function requires time stamps for some reason.
"Save settings" in a browser cookie
[02/28/17] Each input form (Google Maps, Google Earth, SVG/JPEG/PNG, profiles, conversion) now includes a "Save settings" link that will record the form's current settings in a browser cookie for later retrieval via the "Load from saved" link.
File upload boxes can be reset
[02/27/17] If you change your mind about uploading additional files to a GPS Visualizer input form, you can now clear/reset/delete the file input boxes using the "x" link next to the box.
Corrupt GPX file auto-correction
[12/10/16] GPS Visualizer will now attempt to repair corrupted GPX files. Not all files will be able to be fixed, but prematurely truncated files (the most common error) should be able to be handled.
Share files with Wikiloc
[10/06/16] You can now save/share your tracks and waypoints on Wikiloc.com; look for the Wikiloc "share" link after you create a GPS Visualizer map or profile. (Unlike some other trail-sharing sites out there, Wikiloc is 100% free to join and use.)
Trywin .cpw files
[08/09/16] GPS Visualizer can now map and convert .cpw binary files from Trywin/Posma cycling computers.
[06/03/16] GPS Visualizer's Freehand Drawing Utility now allows you to assign specific icons to your waypoints.
U-Blox .ubx files
[05/24/16] GPS Visualizer can now read .ubx binary files from GPS devices that use U-Blox chips.
Polygons in the Sandbox
[03/23/16] By popular demand, you can now draw polygons in GPS Visualizer's Freehand Drawing Utility ("The Sandbox"). To access the polygon tool, click the "trk" label under the track tool, and it will change its function. (Note that you'll have to export to KML to see the difference; GPX does not support polygons.)
Animated GIF marker icons
[02/17/16] If you want to use the URL of an animated GIF as a marker in a Google Map, you need to prevent Google from "optimizing" your markers by providing the following option in the guts of the map: gv_options.optimize_markers = false; (Or, you can de-optimize individual markers with optimized:false in the GV_Draw_Marker function.)
Seamaster Pro .stk files
[12/08/15] GPS Visualizer can now read .stk files from Pinpoint Systems' Seamaster Pro software. (Note that these files do not include any time information.)
Export data from GPSV maps
[11/20/15] The Google Maps input form now includes the option to "Allow export of data from the map." This puts a link in the map's Utilities Menu that lets people download the data from your map as GPX, KML, or plain text.
[10/18/15] In the conversion form, there's a new setting (under "Advanced Track Options") labeled "Include styles in GPX output." This could be useful if you're converting a KML/KMZ file, and you want to preserve track colors & widths.
Furuno binary waypoint files
[08/26/15] USERIMG.BIN waypoint files from Furuno GPS units are now supported by GPS Visualizer.
More elevation coverage
[08/26/15] GPS Visualizer's collection of digital elevation model (DEM) files now includes high-resolution coverage of northern Europe (above 60°N), including all of Scandinavia and Iceland.
Sygic .log files
[08/24/15] Tracklogs (.log files) from Sygic GPS navigation software are now supported by GPS Visualizer.
MINI 0806 dashcam logs
[08/13/15] GPS Visualizer can now read GPS .log files from the "mini 0806" dashboard camera (and possibly others in the mini 08xx series).
"No icon" is now an option
[08/01/15] When creating a Google map or Google Earth KML file from plain-text/spreadsheet data, you can now specify no_icon as the symbol for a waypoint. This could be helpful if you want to simply place a geo-located label on a map without an associated graphic.
30-meter elevation data for Europe
[06/20/15] Thanks to JPL/NASA's SRTM project, GPS Visualizer's elevation database now includes 30-meter resolution DEM data for all of Europe. More global coverage may be coming soon.
[06/16/15] GPS Visualizer's Google maps now include OpenTopoMap.org as a background option for European data. The contour interval is the same as 4UMaps and OpenCycleMap, but for large areas, the colored relief shading in OpenTopoMaps looks nice.
LawTraK LawMate log files
[05/17/15] Plain-text track logs (.TXT files) from the LawTraK LawMate GPS logger are now supported.
Expanded DEM coverage
[03/30/15] GPS Visualizer's DEM elevation database has been updated and expanded. 30m-resolution data (NED1) now covers all of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, and the 90m data for the rest of the world (SRTM3) now goes all the way to the poles instead of stopping at 60° latitude.
Evermore .dat files
[02/20/15] Support has been added for the "gpslog.dat" files generated by the EverPhoto GT-800 & GT-800BT data loggers from Evermore Technology.
[02/08/15] GPS Visualizer can now read .TRK and .MRK files from Maptech Terrain Navigator.
[02/05/15] If you need to be able to center a GPS Visualizer map based on the user's current location, the function GV_Geolocate() can do that for you. Here's an example.
[12/20/14] GPS Visualizer has been moved to a new, faster server. Because the new machine can handle a little more stress, the upload limit in the input forms has been raised.
Fugawi .wpt files
[11/11/14] Waypoint files (.WPT) from Fugawi software can now be read by GPS Visualizer.
Swiss Map Mobile .xol files
[10/03/14] GPS Visualizer can now read tracks and waypoints in .XOL files created by SwissTopo's "Swiss Map Mobile" software.
IE 11 bug
[07/24/14] Fixed a bug that caused file uploads to fail when targeted to a new window in Internet Explorer 11 running in Windows 8.1.
Locosys SPN/SPB, Bushnell BTK/GTK
[05/05/14] GPS Visualizer can now read .sbn and .sbp tracklogs from Locosys Genie GPS devices, and .btk tracklogs and .gtk waypoint files from the Bushnell Backtrack D-Tour.
EnerGymPro & CycleOps
[04/21/14] Two new input formats are supported by GPS Visualizer: .cpo files from the EnerGymPro GPS sport watch, and .xml files from CycleOps' VirtualTraining software.
SeaClear .srw files
[03/29/14] Waypoints created by SeaClear chart plotting software (.SRW files) are supported by GPS Visualizer.
GPS III+ .trk files
[02/26/14] Tracklog files from GPS III+ (which have the suffix .trk and which contain the text "GPS III+ Softw") can be read by GPS Visualizer.
[02/05/14] .log files from TrueCam dashboard cameras can now be read by GPS Visualizer.
Track segment time threshold
[01/30/14] If you have plain-text data, you can now set a specific time threshold beyond which tracks will be broken into segments; look in the "advanced track options" of the map or conversion input form.
Google Maps elevation lookups
[01/25/14] There's a new Elevation Lookup Utility for finding elevations using the Google Maps API. It's based on the batch geocoding utility, so it's entirely browser-based and a bit slow, but it might be helpful if you need a few high-latitude or alpine elevations that aren't covered by GPS Visualizer's built-in DEM database.
[11/19/13] GPS Visualizer's freehand drawing tool, a.k.a. "The Sandbox" -- which allows you to draw markers and tracks on a map and then save them as KML or GPX -- has been improved and updated to v3 of the Google Maps API.
Sportek XML files
[11/08/13] XML files from Sportek's sports-oriented GPS units can now be read by GPS Visualizer.
Filter by trackpoint distance threshold
[10/23/13] GPS Visualizer can now smooth out GPS tracks by only plotting points that are at least a certain distance from the previous plotted point; you'll find the new parameter in the Track Options sections of the map, profile, and convert input forms. A detailed explanation is available in the Tutorials section.
[10/21/13] The conversion utility now has an option (in the "advanced options" section) to merge all uploaded tracks into a single track in the output file.
Quick Geocoder improvements
[10/03/13] GPS Visualizer's Quick Geocoder has now been updated with the same data sources as the Batch Geocoder.
Batch Geocoder improvements
[09/29/13] GPS Visualizer's batch geocoding utility has been updated with two new data sources: MapQuest and Bing Maps. (Yahoo's free geocoding service no longer exists.)
Transas RT3 files
[09/07/14] Files from Transas marine ECDIS systems (typically ending in ".rt3") can now be read by GPS Visualizer.
Google Maps v3 migration
[09/06/13] Version 2 of the Google Maps API is going away soon. If you have older GPS Visualizer maps that need to be upgraded, read the v2 to v3 migration guide.
Garmin icons in Google Earth
[07/04/13] If you generate a KML (or .kmz) file with GPS Visualizer, and your waypoints use standard Garmin icons, those icons will now be displayed in Google Earth.
OakLog, SmartMaps, Northstar
[06/23/13] GPS Visualizer has recently learned how to read three new file formats: OakGPS .olg files ("OakLog"); .trk files from a Czech-language Android app called SmartMaps Navigator, and ancient "WayPtDB.dat" files from some Northstar marine GPS units.
ViewRanger .VRTP files
[05/28/13] Raw .VRTP track logs from the ViewRanger app for Android devices can now be read by GPS Visualizer.
Remote files in GPSBabel
[05/24/13] GPS Visualizer's online "front-end" to GPSBabel now supports the conversion of remote files via a URL (e.g., from dropbox.com). This should make it more usable for mobile users whose browsers won't let them upload GPS data files.
Google Maps v3
[04/30/13] The process of converting GPS Visualizer's Google code to utilize v3 of the Google Maps API has begun and is progressing well. Many "power-user" functions still need to be tested, however.
Topo maps of Europe (et al.)
[03/16/13] European topo maps from 4UMaps.eu (OpenStreetMap data with 20m contour lines) are now available as a background option in GPS Visualizer's Google Maps. These are similar to the OpenCycleMap topos, but with a less bicycle-centric presentation. UPDATE: 4UMaps.eu now covers the United States and southern Canada; U.S. users should note that the elevations are given in meters, not feet.
OpenAerials and better OSM data
[03/01/13] Two new Google Maps backgrounds are available; they're labeled "World aerial (MQ)" and "World streets (MQ)." Both come from MapQuest; the first is MapQuest's "OpenAerial" satellite pictures, and the second is their excellent rendering of OpenStreetMap data.
U.S. NAIP aerial photos
[02/11/13] GPS Visualizer now lets you use background maps from the USDA's National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP). Imagery from the NAIP map server can be used in Google Maps, in JPEG/PNG maps, or as a KML overlay. Thanks to Joseph Elfelt at MappingSupport.com for the tip!
Pioneer AVIC .LTB files
[02/08/13] .LTB track logs from Pioneer AVIC navigation systems are now supported by GPS Visualizer.
Google Maps v3 coming soon
GpsLogger .gpl files
[10/13/12] Another file format supported: .gpl files from "GpsLogger" software, which comes with the SkyRC GPS logger for remote-control vehicles. (Apparently GpsLogger's own export functions aren't very good and produce "chunky" tracks with no elevation data!)
DataCenter .gsr files
[10/12/12] GPS Visualizer can now read .gsr binary files from the DataCenter software supplied with USGlobalSat's DG-200 GPS logger (and possibly other devices as well).
Icon offsets in Google Maps
[09/20/12] New feature for power users: using an "icon_offset" field in the input data, you can now shift the placement of an individual waypoint's icon -- in pixels (not degrees or meters), so the offset is the same at any zoom level. This should be helpful for showing multiple markers in the same location.
[09/19/12] GPS Visualizer can now read binary .Trk logs from Orion Electronics' "SkyTrack" devices, which are frequently used by law enforcement vehicles.
[09/18/12] GPS Visualizer can now read plain-text flight logs from Skydemon GPS devices. These files usually have a ".flightlog" suffix.
SpeedView track logs
[06/09/12] GPS Visualizer can now auto-detect and process raw track log files (yyyy-mm-dd.log) from the SpeedView app for Android. However, the developer notes that it might be a lot easier to just use the "Export GPX" function!
TrackMaster 2000 track logs
[04/08/12] GPS Visualizer can now read .trk files from "TrackMaster 2000."
KML tag order
[03/28/12] The tags in KML files are now output in the exact order that Google specifies; this should help compatibility with fussy apps.
[03/23/12] GPS Visualizer can now read .wpt files from MaxSea Marine Software.
[03/12/12] URL-shortening tools (is.gd, bit.ly, & tinyurl.com) have been added to the "Link to this view" feature in GPS Visualizer's sandbox and Atlas.
[02/18/12] The .csv tracklog files from OpenGTS (Open-Source GPS Tracking System) can now be read by GPS Visualizer.
[02/09/12] Some GPX files (e.g., from Garmin software) have display colors defined for tracks. GPS Visualizer will now honor those colors, unless you change the "Preserve colors and widths from input files" setting (in the Advanced Track Options) to "No."
[11/01/11] GPS Visualizer can now read the "GisteqLog.dat" files generated by GiSTEQ PhotoTrackr.
Crossbow Xsensor track logs
[08/08/11] Sensor logs from Moog Crossbow's xSensor app for iPhone can now be processed by GPS Visualizer.
[07/29/11] GPS Visualizer will now recognize line and fill colors from the official GPX Style Schema; the syntax is basically ... This should be helpful if you want to manually control the colors of the tracks in uploaded GPS files. In the future, GPS Visualizer may include support for colors in GPX output (from the conversion utility).
Twitter & Flickr feeds
[07/01/11] You can now make dynamically-generated maps from Twitter and Flickr feed URLs. (Note that flickr.com URLs must include your user ID in the [email protected] format.)
[06/15/11] GPS Visualizer can now read data feeds from InstaMapper, a GPS tracking solution for smartphones (iPhone, Android, & Blackberry). You can paste your InstaMapper feed URL into GPSV's Google Maps input form -- either as "static" or "dynamic" data.
[05/11/11] Fixed a small bug that was causing the "force type = routepoints" option to create duplicate track lines. (In the future, that code may be altered so that ALL data files (not just plain text) can have their type altered -- e.g., from waypoints to trackpoints.)
Marbella, ArkNav, Xplova files
[02/12/11] Three new file formats are supported: .bin files from Maka GPS devices (from Singapore & Malaysia), including the Marbella M880 Slim Deluxe; NMEA files from ArkNav loggers that can include manually-inputted "Marks"; and .log files from the Xplova G3 bike computer.
Geonaute Keymaze .ghd files
[01/02/11] Tracklogs on the Geonaute "Keymaze" series of GPS units (Keymaze 300, Keymaze 500, Keymaze 700) are stored in a ".ghd" file. Those files can now be read directly by GPS Visualizer.
[12/30/10] GPS Visualizer now lets you use "pace" (minutes per mile or kilometer) as a parameter for colorization, or as an axis on a profile. But because pace is an "inverse" function, it will be very large when travelling at slow speeds. So you may want to manually set the maximum colorization or y-axis value when using pace on your map or profile. The "moving average" option in the conversion and profile forms might also be helpful.
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