GPX file viewer

Last year, I bought a GPS tracker watch, Kalenji Keymaze 700, to record my skates (and bike) trips and training sessions. As usual, the software bundled with the watch was windows only. I found a small python script made for a similar tracker, that extracts GPX files. But I found nothing satisfying to view and analyse the GPX files under linux, so I hacked a small javascript app to display my logs.




Stage roller en provence 2012

The basic functionnalities are :
– display the track on a google map view
– show global informations about the session (time, average speed, distance, etc…)
– show altitude, speed, and heartrate graphs
– show instant informations when hovering graphs, and point the location on the map
– allow zooming on the graphs
– graphs can be based on time or distance
– detect pauses (when the speed is below 7 kph) and take them in account to compute average speed

Some things I want to improve in the futur :
– compute instant speed (speed is actually recorded by the watch, but many GPX files lack this kind of informations)
– get altitudes from Google or any other online service (altitudes reported by GPS are often imprecises)
– smooth speed and altitude to wipe out errors
– use openstreet map instead of the deprecated google map api v2
– allow an offline mode
– show colors on the track to display informations (ie: speed, heartrate, altitude or grade)
– allow to draw a virtual finish line for loop tracks, and use that line to count laps, and display laps statistics.
– add a settings screen and find a way to save settings for each file

Exemple de relevé lors de l’ascension du col de l’homme mort en roller

You can view the script in action here (and also view some of my trips 😉 )

You can download the script here. Update : You can now find it on GitHup

As usual, this script is provided under the GPL v3 licence. I hope you’ll find some good way to use it. Let me know 😉

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