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Author Topic: Personal QSO maps  (Read 11647 times)
NI0Z
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« on: April 21, 2012, 07:49:12 PM »

Anyone know of software that can import your log and generate a map of your QSO's, and generates stats like number of countries contact, band usage, mode usage, ect?
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« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2012, 10:57:09 PM »

Anyone know of software that can import your log and generate a map of your QSO's, and generates stats like number of countries contact, band usage, mode usage, ect?

>>>DXLab can plot logged QSOs on its built-in fixed-size world map, or on the DX Atlas world map, as shown here. Placing the mouse cursor near a plotted QSO on either map produces a popup display showing the QSO's callsign, DXCC entity, band, mode, and grid square. The DX Atlas map can be zoomed or panned, as shown here.

>>>DXLab provides interactive access to your DXCC award progress.

>>>DXLab can also produce printable log reports and progress reports, like this one; the middle of this report has been elided for readability.

>>>DXLab is free, and available via www.dxlabsuite.com. Reported defects are usually corrected within 24 hours; updates bearing new features are typically released several times each month.

    73,

         Dave, AA6YQ
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« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2012, 08:15:57 AM »

I downloaded http://www.cloudlog.co.uk/ and customized it extensively to make my own online log and mapping system - http://smithplanet.com/logbook/ I also fixed the KML function to load all of my QSOs in Google Maps. I'll probably split it into regions soon.

Cloudlog uses the HRD Logbook MySQL database. I keep the HRD database running on my web server, so updates are in real time.

I also custom built my own QRZ.com look-up system in PHP. It uses the central logbook database and the QRZ API to get station data. I just type in the username and it shows all of their station details, QRZ photo, a Google map of their location, any previous QSOs, and whether I've worked that country, zone, US county, US grid square, etc.
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« Reply #3 on: April 25, 2012, 08:53:23 PM »

You mean like what is on my QRZ page down towards the bottom?

http://www.qrz.com/db/ws4e

That is automatically generated live with Ham Radio Deluxe logbook uploading each log entry to the http://www.hrdlog.net/ website.

Here is the map directly off of the hrdlog.net website in full size...notice you can also click the link at the top of the image to load all the QSO's into google maps:
http://www.hrdlog.net/Map2.aspx?user=WS4E
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NI0Z
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« Reply #4 on: May 01, 2012, 07:56:54 AM »

Yes, this works, I actually found it before I saw it posted here, however, I am still wanting something local to my own computer that I can do this as well as other functions.

Thanks for replying!
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« Reply #5 on: May 15, 2012, 04:43:10 PM »

Maybe this link has something that helps you: http://www.n8mdp.com/qsomap.html

I've tried a client mapper before but I've forgotten the name of it. Wasn't much use to me because it requires lat/long for each contact, which I don't have in my logs.
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« Reply #6 on: April 13, 2013, 04:22:38 PM »

Try QSOMAP.ORG
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« Reply #7 on: April 13, 2013, 06:24:26 PM »

Try QSOMAP.ORG
Would be nice if they were accepting new logins...  I registered, got the password in the email, and it fails...  Sigh...
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« Reply #8 on: April 14, 2013, 05:33:36 AM »

Try QSOMAP.ORG
Would be nice if they were accepting new logins...  I registered, got the password in the email, and it fails...  Sigh...

Try it again after a couple of days.  Sometimes websites accept new accounts but do not enable them until they've been checked by someone to verify them.  Invasive computer programs (spambots) can and do open accounts and then start filling the site the account is on with garbage.  Why do you think most account opening pages now have that verifying 'optical recognition' check that requires you to type in words/letters/numbers shown on a distorted display area?  (Yeah, I forget the 'official' name of those.  Oh, well.)
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« Reply #9 on: April 14, 2013, 05:56:55 AM »

Try QSOMAP.ORG
Would be nice if they were accepting new logins...  I registered, got the password in the email, and it fails...  Sigh...

Try it again after a couple of days.  Sometimes websites accept new accounts but do not enable them until they've been checked by someone to verify them.  Invasive computer programs (spambots) can and do open accounts and then start filling the site the account is on with garbage.  Why do you think most account opening pages now have that verifying 'optical recognition' check that requires you to type in words/letters/numbers shown on a distorted display area?  (Yeah, I forget the 'official' name of those.  Oh, well.)
Hi, and thanks for the info...  I am aware of this practice, (I manage a 4000 user group on yahoo), but they need to let the prospective user know if that is what they are doing...  So far it has been two days, and still can not get in...  I probably will just chuck it off to the bit bucket, and wait for someone else to do the same thing...  Again, thanks for the info here!
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« Reply #10 on: April 14, 2013, 07:08:43 AM »

Try QSOMAP.ORG
Would be nice if they were accepting new logins...  I registered, got the password in the email, and it fails...  Sigh...

Try it again after a couple of days.  Sometimes websites accept new accounts but do not enable them until they've been checked by someone to verify them.  Invasive computer programs (spambots) can and do open accounts and then start filling the site the account is on with garbage.  Why do you think most account opening pages now have that verifying 'optical recognition' check that requires you to type in words/letters/numbers shown on a distorted display area?  (Yeah, I forget the 'official' name of those.  Oh, well.)
Hi, and thanks for the info...  I am aware of this practice, (I manage a 4000 user group on yahoo), but they need to let the prospective user know if that is what they are doing...  So far it has been two days, and still can not get in...  I probably will just chuck it off to the bit bucket, and wait for someone else to do the same thing...  Again, thanks for the info here!

Here is an interesting change...  I just got an email with a different password in it than the one that was sent yesterday...  Today the site was not allowing me to redo the password or allowing me to get the password sent to me, so I have no idea how this password got sent to me...  It fails as well, so I officially give up on this site...  I just Google for QSO Map, and find lots of sites that don't need a log in...  They work...  Too bad about qsomaps.org not working...  At least for me... 
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AC4WY
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« Reply #11 on: April 17, 2013, 04:59:06 PM »

Ham Radio Deluxe will send your log info over to Google Earth, showing the stations you've worked on the globe of the earth, freq, time, etc.
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« Reply #12 on: April 17, 2013, 05:58:58 PM »

Ham Radio Deluxe will send your log info over to Google Earth, showing the stations you've worked on the globe of the earth, freq, time, etc.
I got a nice email from the fellow running the site, and he has worked things so it works better...  Thank you for the Google Earth tip... 
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« Reply #13 on: February 25, 2014, 03:01:03 PM »

QSOMAP.ORG is working just fine. It was noted in the ARRL DX Newsletter. If you have trouble registering -- you shouldn't -- you can contact N9MS@QSOMAP.ORG. The only requirement is that your Email address is available on QRZ.COM's website in the Basic Callsign Data.

There are over 300 users and over 160,000 QSOs.

N9MS
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