First you need to parse the raw GPS data into longitude and latitude values. There are some NMEA parsing libraries you can use for that.( maybe even some examples from adafruit how to use them too )
Can you please specify it with a link or some other further detail?
The link to the code I am using from Adafruit is: https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit_Ci ... pletest.py
I had some changes, I commented out RX, TX and uart in the code and I am using Import Serial, uart = serial.Serial("/dev/ttyS0", baudrate=9600, timeout=3000)
. The rest is the same. What do you suggest? Shall I make changes in this code or shall I use some of the stuff from code and bring the data to .txt file?
I wants to save it to .txt file which I can further plot on graph
How do you plan to plot it ?
Maybe you then want to choose a format of the textfile so that it can be easily imported into a map-application or google maps. that way you don't have to write a second program just to plot it.[/quote]
At the moment I don't wants to plot it on google map. I simply wants to take the values of the gps which it changes every second when I start moving from one place to another.
What I meant with plotting is that I wants to save the data to a .txt file and copy that data on to a laptop where I can plot that using Microsoft Excel and looks for it's variance every second on the graph.