A collection of software and reference material that I’ve found useful for GPS logging and cartography.
Since 2010, I’ve kept maps of everywhere I drive.
Many of the requirements that caused me to store my driving log in KML are no longer applicable.
My driving log was originally kept in multiple individual Google Earth files.
I organized my driving log into a single KML file and wrote a script to automatically import GPS data.
I made an update to fix small gaps in my driving log data.
How I created Flight Historian, my flight logging website.
New and changed features in version 2.3 of Paul Bogard’s Flight Historian.
New and changed features in version 2.4 of Paul Bogard’s Flight Historian.
New and changed features since the latest version release of Paul Bogard’s Flight Historian.
GPX and KML are both file types used to store GPS data. This tutorial will teach you how to convert between GPX and KML (in both directions) using GPS Visualizer.
Tutorials on collecting and processing GPS location data.
This tutorial will give you the basics of using a Bad Elf GPS Pro+ to record driving data and export the data for use in mapping software.
Google Earth is a map viewer that provides an easy way to view GPS data files. This tutorial will teach you how to view GPX-formatted GPS data in Google Earth.