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==== Import ====
==== Import ====
* {{cmd|v.in.gpsbabel}}: import in
* {{cmd|v.in.gpsbabel}}: allows the user to import waypoint, route, and track data from a locally connected GPS receiver or a text file containing GPS data of many common formats.
: - calls the [http://www.gpsbabel.org/ GPS Babel] software
: - calls the [http://www.gpsbabel.org/ GPS Babel] software


* {{cmd|v.in.garmin}}
* {{cmd|v.in.garmin}}: allows the user to import from a Garmin device
: - ''gardump'' from the [http://www.snafu.org/ garmin-utils] package
: - ''gardump'' from the [http://www.snafu.org/ garmin-utils] package
: - [http://gpstrans.sourceforge.net/ gpstrans] software
: - [http://gpstrans.sourceforge.net/ gpstrans] software


* {{cmd|v.in.ascii}}
* {{cmd|v.in.ascii}}: allows the user to import generic points, lines or polygons from an ASCII file.


==== Export ====
==== Export ====

Revision as of 14:01, 16 March 2009

GPS applications with GRASS

Tools

Import

  • v.in.gpsbabel: allows the user to import waypoint, route, and track data from a locally connected GPS receiver or a text file containing GPS data of many common formats.
- calls the GPS Babel software
  • v.in.garmin: allows the user to import from a Garmin device
- gardump from the garmin-utils package
- gpstrans software
  • v.in.ascii: allows the user to import generic points, lines or polygons from an ASCII file.

Export

- calls the GPS Babel software

Tasks

Links

- see also the d.out.gpsdrive module