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I'd probably write something in python to work directly on the gpx file. There are decent libraries for working with xml. An easier approach if you don't code (much) is to use gpsbabel to convert to a csv file then your favourite spreadsheet. Then possibly gpsbabel again to get back to gpx depending on your analysis. The edit probably won't have to change ...
Technically, it's highly possible, since you can export your routes to .gpx files and manipulate the timestamps. A .gpx file is actually an xml file which is similar to html files with tags. Each tag tells you the current longitude, latitude, and the current time stamp. You actually can edit the .gpx file with a text editor, i.e. notepad and edit the file ...
Expanding upon a previous answer, you can use Strava's Heatmap feature. Just stick to the most frequented roads or paths and you should be okay.
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