GPX-Viewer 0.3.0 – Three is a magick number
In the past 2 weeks I have been working on porting gpx-viewer to Gtk+-3.0 and libchamplain 0.12. Andrew H. Did the first step for libchamplain, I merged some patches I made before for the gui. Together they resulted in a reasonable good working state. Then I updated things to be back (or better) then old state.
GPX-Viewer is a simple program that can visualize GPX tracks recorded by gps-loggers. I myself use a garmin Legend HTC for this. The data is visualized in several ways:
- A map rendered with the track overlay-ed.
- A graph plotting the data from the track. For example Speed vs Time, Elevation vs time, etc.
- General statistics. e.g. moving average, average, distance, moving time, etc.
Selections can be made to view the above data for parts of the track.
The gui of GPX-Viewer can be customized by the users very easily, by dragging and dropping the panels to different parts of the view you can get the view as you want it.
I hope to make a release of this at the end of this months. If you want to test it out (please do) you can get a copy here.
p.s. listening to Bob Dorough – Three Is a Magic Number