Beta Testers Wanted: Biking/Running Performance Monitoring

Discussion in 'Cycling Training' started by atopasittinduc, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. atopasittinduc

    atopasittinduc New Member

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    Hi All, I have been working on bike/run performance analytics website for a couple of months. http://www.inorgperf.appspot.com

    I am looking for Beta Users/Feedback on the website. Currently, it lets you do two things:

    1. Upload multiple sets of training data ( ".tcx" files ) and shows you "Up-hill slope vs. Speed" data for all the data sets. This lets you look at performance improvement over a whole season of training.
    2. For each ".tcx" file it lets you analyze performance as you climb multiple up-hill stages over a single training session.

    This is something that I have been working on in my spare time, so there might be some rough edges, but all in all it works!

    I would really appreciate any feedback on whether this sort of analysis is useful in training. -- What additional breakdowns would be useful? I will work on adding those to the website.

    Thanks for reading. -rahul ([email protected])

    P.S. : Works on all browsers except anythign less than IE10. You can use Firefox,Opera,Chrome,Safari and Mobile versions of those.

    Here is a screenshot: http://www.cyclingforums.com/image/id/631925/width/350/height/219
     
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  2. DNAtsol

    DNAtsol New Member

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    looks potentially interesting, especially if I upload the same course at two different time points to judge any gains. One thing I would suggest it that you support FIT file since I currently have to upload my data to one site as FIT, download as TCX, then upload it to this one.

    A little cumbersome
     
  3. atopasittinduc

    atopasittinduc New Member

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    Hi,

    Yes you can upload as many activity runs as you want. ( They can be over the same course or different ones; and as long as they are similar in-terms of the output effort, you should be able to compare them ).

    Agree about fit compatibility! (Quite a few folks are looking for .fit compatibility.) I will start working on .fit compatibility over .gpx format. Thanks for your feedback. I will update this thread once I have fit!

    -rahul
     
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