GPX Tools: gpxinfo
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Show aggregate information about all of the geocaches listed in a GPX file. The number of waypoints, some vital stats, and breakdowns of attributes will be shown.

Command Line Syntax

gpxinfo gpx_in.gpx

Example:
gpxinfo my_query.gpx

It's pretty self-explanatory. You can use "-" instead of "gpx_in.gpx" to read the GPX file from stdin. If that sounds too geeky, that's ok. In the end, you will get something like this:

Waypoints:  439
Available:  439
Archived:  0
ID Range:  662 - 95094
Latitude Range:  43.500717 - 48.603901
Longitude Range:  -96.623802 - -90.014969
Difficulty Counts:
        1:  113
        1.5:  110
        2:  135
        2.5:  45
        3:  26
        3.5:  5
        4:  4
        4.5:  1
Terrain Counts:
        1:  103
        1.5:  107
        2:  100
        2.5:  45
        3:  39
        3.5:  27
        4:  7
        4.5:  1
        5:  10
Type Counts:
        Traditional Cache:  356
        Virtual Cache:  49
        Multi-cache:  19
        Unknown Cache:  13
        Letterbox Hybrid:  2
Size Counts:
        Regular:  324
        Virtual:  44
        Micro:  22
        Small:  18
        Other:  16
        Not chosen:  12
        Large:  3

There really isn't much to say about this tool. I wrote it to make sure that gpxfilter was really doing its job.

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