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Is there any web tool I could pass the URL of an OSM public GPS trace e.g. https://example.com?trace=https://www.openstreetmap.org/trace/XXXXXXX/data

that would display the trace over a map and show additional details like time/speed/altitude, similar to https://gpx.studio/ once you drag and drop a .gpx file ?

asked 21 Mar '22, 06:30

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OSM stored traces used to be in GPX format but when I have tried to get one back in more recent times they been changed in some way. Babal may convert them??. I review my GPXes with GPS Prune but that needs a PC with Java. It auto loads openstreetmap as a background and is a great free application. https://activityworkshop.net/software/gpsprune/#:~:text=GpsPrune%20is%20an%20application%20for,get%20home%20from%20your%20trip

(21 Mar '22, 09:20) andy mackey
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