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Best way to "browse" logged data?

Postby Kitesurfer » Thu Dec 30, 2010 12:40 am

I sometimes use RaceChrono to "record" a day's riding in the hills. It's nice to export the google earth file and look at the route followed, but it would be nicer if you could click on certain points and see the speed at that point. Anyone know of a way to do this, or the best app for the job? I know I can use RaceChrono itself to "scroll" around the route and see the speeds at the cursor's location, but without an overlaid map it's hard.

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Rob
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Postby Jake » Thu Dec 30, 2010 9:29 am

Hey Rob,

The best I can come up with is after you've recorded your data, put traps/splits in on all the corners you want to see the speed. Then export to Google Earth and the traps will show up in Google Earth and you can then view the speed.

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Postby Kitesurfer » Thu Dec 30, 2010 9:35 am

Jake wrote:Hey Rob,

The best I can come up with is after you've recorded your data, put traps/splits in on all the corners you want to see the speed. Then export to Google Earth and the traps will show up in Google Earth and you can then view the speed.

Cheers,
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Thanks Jake, I'll give it a go. Were you out in the hills yesterday? Saw a lot of dirt bikes around Powelltown...
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Postby Kitesurfer » Thu Dec 30, 2010 9:45 am

Jake wrote:Hey Rob,

The best I can come up with is after you've recorded your data, put traps/splits in on all the corners you want to see the speed. Then export to Google Earth and the traps will show up in Google Earth and you can then view the speed.

Cheers,
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Can you do this when you've recorded in "Data logging only" mode?
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Postby Jake » Thu Dec 30, 2010 12:26 pm

Kitesurfer wrote:
Jake wrote:Hey Rob,

The best I can come up with is after you've recorded your data, put traps/splits in on all the corners you want to see the speed. Then export to Google Earth and the traps will show up in Google Earth and you can then view the speed.

Cheers,
Jake.


Can you do this when you've recorded in "Data logging only" mode?


I'm not sure on that one, sorry.

Haven't ridden the dirt bikes for a few weeks, but we'll be back on them soon.
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