Try 'unicsv'.


On Sun, Jun 1, 2014 at 9:55 PM, Greg <web@web.knobby.ws> wrote:
This should be simple, but I’m stumped. I’m using the latest GUI version for Mac and am selecting Comma separated values for input and GPX XML for output.

Trying to convert a csv to gpx:

Here’s the first few lines:

name,lat,lon,alt,date,time
CHENEGA,60.06588,-148.00922,20,2014/11/05,23:43:54
001,60.05317,-148.03725,22,2014/11/05,23:51:15
002,60.04551,-148.01022,1,2014/11/05,23:51:19


Here’s what I get:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<gpx version="1.0" creator="GPSBabel - http://www.gpsbabel.org" xmlns="http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/0">
  <time>2014-06-02T02:28:37.506Z</time>
  <bounds minlat="0.000000000" minlon="0.000000000" maxlat="6.000000000" maxlon="61.276900000"/>
  <wpt lat="0.000000000" lon="0.000000000">
    <name>lon</name>
    <cmt>lon</cmt>
    <desc>lon</desc>
  </wpt>
  <wpt lat="0.000000000" lon="60.065880000">
    <name>-148.00922</name>
    <cmt>-148.00922</cmt>
    <desc>-148.00922</desc>
  </wpt>
  <wpt lat="1.000000000" lon="60.053170000">
    <name>-148.03725</name>
    <cmt>-148.03725</cmt>
    <desc>-148.03725</desc>
  </wpt>

Something obvious no doubt. Thank you.

Greg


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