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I'm looking for some freeware software to view gps data with. In particular I'm interesting in something that can keep track of my walking, cycling and driving separately and display graphs/summaries of average speeds and distance travelled. (Windows 7)

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Are you considering buying a GPS device or using a smartphone/pocket PC? – Mehper C. Palavuzlar May 4 '10 at 17:31
I've already got a GPS - I have used GPSBabel to transfer the data to my PC. – tttppp May 4 '10 at 17:32
What format is the GPS data in? – Daisetsu May 4 '10 at 17:47
Daisetsu - The GPS data can be in lots of formats, including gpx. See – tttppp May 4 '10 at 18:11
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You may give SportTracks a shot. It's freeware.

Coupled with a GPS receiver SportTracks will automatically track the distance, time and pace of your workouts. You'll be able to take a high level view and track your progress over time, or dive into the details of a specific exercise to analyze your pace, elevation, or heart-rate performance. Activities can be organized into categories, or summarized by location.

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There is great web application.

SportyPal -

  • support for upload log from GPS in GPX format
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