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gpx2shp - Convert GPX files to ESRI Shape file
gpx2shp [options] [-o output file] gpxfile
gpx2shp is a converter from GPX file to ESRI/Shape file. This is a output of Metro Manila
Transit Map Project by JOCV (Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers) program of JICA (Japan
International Cooperation Agency) in 2004. It is provided you on GPL2.
Sets output basename. The default is (source file name) - (extension name)
Converts only waypoints data from a gpx file.
Converts only trackpoints data from a gpx file.
Converts only routes data from a gpx file.
Converts all types of data from a gpx file.(default)
Makes a separated output by each edges.
Makes a separated output by each points.
Shows simple statistics of the outputs.
Stores only basic data as attribures to reduce memory and storage usage. (ele,
name, cmt, type, time, fix, sym and number).
Removes length column from a waypoint or trackpoint attribute table.
Removes speed column from a waypoint or trackpoint attribute table.
Removes time column from an attribute table.
Adds line number of GPX file as attribures.
Make it faster without any checks.
Converts data using 3d format. (It's not compatible for Arcview 3.x.)
Sets path minimum points to convert for noise reduction. Default is 2.
Sets path minimum length to convert for noise reduction. Default is 0.
Sets path minimum time period to convert for noise reduction. Default is 0.
Sets length unit from m,km,feet,mi and etc. The default is m. You can see the unit
list from "geod -lu" command.
Sets time unit. The default is sec. You can set from day, hour, min and sec.
Sets length unit for speed. The default is km. You can see the unit list from "geod
Sets time unit for speed calulation. Default is hour. You can set from day, hour,
min and sec.
Sets length ellipsoid like UGS84, clrk66. The default is UGS84. You can see the
unit list from "geod -le" command.
Gives many messages.
Shows this list.
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