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Coming from SportRacks + having questions

Posted: Tue 16. Apr 2019, 22:38
by RoccoCoboldo
Hi + tx for every answer.

I used Sportracks for the last years and switched now to RunAlyze. I am quite impressed and the features are really cool. Good work. Btw: I just donated 100.- EUR.

In SportTracks there is a cool feature called "Unique tracks", that basically searches for all identical tracks using GPS data and allows to compare them. Is there in RunAlyze something similar? Or how can I compare my pace on the same track but for different days?

Tx Bernd

Re: Coming from SportRacks + having questions

Posted: Wed 17. Apr 2019, 14:41
by laufhannes
RoccoCoboldo wrote:
Tue 16. Apr 2019, 22:38
In SportTracks there is a cool feature called "Unique tracks", that basically searches for all identical tracks using GPS data and allows to compare them. Is there in RunAlyze something similar? Or how can I compare my pace on the same track but for different days?
That's currently not possible. Identifying similar (or the same) tracks for segment and route matching is on our list, but it's nothing we'll add within the next few months.

We have a tool called 'Trend analysis' that does simply plot values of a specific metric (e.g. pace) over time. Still, currently it's only possible to filter by sport or activity type. I guess that won't help. Theoretically, we could add an option to filter by e.g. tags. Then you could identify 'unique tracks' by giving them a unique tag.

Re: Coming from SportRacks + having questions

Posted: Wed 24. Apr 2019, 07:28
by matsalo
As a suggestion, could a possibility be to add a filter for the route as well in the trend analysis tool? Thinking a filter that if you type only one place the filter gives all routes related to that place and if you type places separated with a dash the filter gives that specific route. Then you can use the data already stored in the activity and don't need to have a tag that might just duplicate existing information.

Re: Coming from SportRacks + having questions

Posted: Sun 5. May 2019, 14:29
by SchoenbuchLaeufer
Hallo,
(english below)

auch ich komme von SportTracks nach deren End-of-life-Ankündigung.
Wie schon vom Vorredner angekündigt fehlt mir das:
"In SportTracks there is a cool feature called "Unique tracks", that basically searches for all identical tracks using GPS data and allows to compare them."
mit den #Tags ist aber mal ein ordentlicher Anfang gemacht.

Was mir weiter fehlt ist das bei Sporttracks wirklich einfaches und geniales Tool zum ändern, korrigieren, erstellen von GPX-Tracks.
Gerade dann, wenn man mal wieder zu dusselig war, nach einer Ampel oder Rast die Uhr wieder zu starten.

...Unique Tracks und die Planungsfunktion, sowie das zusammenfügen von Trainings ist alles was mir fehlt.

Vielen Dank für Euren Fleiß

Schoenbuchwetzer



Hello,

I, too, come from SportTracks after their end-of-life announcement.
As already announced by the previous speaker, I miss that:
"In SportTracks there is a cool feature called "Unique tracks", that basically searches for all identical tracks using GPS data and allows to compare them."
but with the #Tags a good start has been made.

What's missing is a really simple and ingenious tool for changing, correcting and creating GPX tracks.
Especially when you were too stupid to start the clock again after a traffic light or rest.

...Unique tracks and the planning function, as well as the merging of trainings is all I need.

Thank you very much for your diligence.



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Re: Coming from SportRacks + having questions

Posted: Sun 5. May 2019, 14:31
by mipapo
Was mir weiter fehlt ist das bei Sporttracks wirklich einfaches und geniales Tool zum ändern, korrigieren, erstellen von GPX-Tracks.
Gerade dann, wenn man mal wieder zu dusselig war, nach einer Ampel oder Rast die Uhr wieder zu starten.

...Unique Tracks und die Planungsfunktion, sowie das zusammenfügen von Trainings ist alles was mir fehlt.
Auch wenn ich natürlich gerne sagen würde, dass wir sowas in naher Zukunft einführen, sind diese Funktionen in weiter Ferne. Zum Korrigierien von gpx Tracks würde ich gpsies nutzen. Vielleicht ist da einfach eine Uhr fällig, die automatisch start/stopp je nach Geschwindigkeit?