You can use a feature in Logic called Audio to Score. I haven't used drumagog so I can't make a comparison.
Open your audio drum region in the sample editor.
Select Factory > Audio to Score
You can adjust the velocity threshold to remove any unwanted trigger notes and set a variety of other parameters to make your audio to score more accurate.
Click *Process* when you're done.
The audio region's hits you just specified has been converted into a MIDI region in the score window.
Select Functions > Transform > Transposition
In the window, in Operations on selected events select FIX - so all notes are converted to one note values.
A new MIDI region is in the Arrange on your audio drum track. Move it to a new software instrument track.
Load up your desired drum sounds and move the notes in the MIDI region to correspond to the sounds you want the notes to trigger.
Possibly not as easy as drumagog? But, still very powerful!