- GPX into QGis, save as Shapefile, import those into Ortelius.
- GPX into QGis, create layout, save as SVG or PDF and open that in Inkscape
- GPX into QGis, create layout, save as PDF and open that in Gimp
Any other suggestions?
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From there, if someone really wanted to stay cheap, simple and in the "cloud" they could use the online tools from Aviary.com (Raven for vector, Phoenix for rasters). I don't have much experience with them, but they seem surprisingly powerful and user friendly if you have any experience with their more expensive counterparts.
Laurent, is there an interface on top of GDAL/OGR or is it all command-line stuff? I always get the impression it's not for the faint-of-heart in terms of usage and installation.
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