Polar Precision Software - Data Editing



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Kendall

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Is there an easy way to edit Polar Data downloaded from your HRM using Polar Precision Software. I'm
using the latest software and its editing is very cumbersome and funky. What I'd like to do is
export the data table into Word or Excel for editing, then go back and import it into the Polar
Precision Software. I haven't figured out how to import the edited data. I am using an Xtrainer Plus
and the altitude cuts out know and then. Any guidance or experience would be appreciated.

Kendall
 
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Lou Holtman

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Kendall wrote:
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> Is there an easy way to edit Polar Data downloaded from your HRM using Polar Precision Software.
> I'm using the latest software and its editing is very cumbersome and funky. What I'd like to do is
> export the data table into Word or Excel for editing, then go back and import it into the Polar
> Precision Software. I haven't figured out how to import the edited data. I am using an Xtrainer
> Plus and the altitude cuts out know and then. Any guidance or experience would be appreciated.
>
> Kendall

You can open de .hrm file in Notepad and look for the -999 (I suppose) values in the altitude
column. Correct these values and save the file under the same name. Just open the edited .hrm file
in the Polar software. BTW did you tried the use a piece of aluminium foil between the X-trainer
Plus end the altitudesensor (bad design) to avoid altitude cuts?
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Kendall

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"Lou Holtman" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> Kendall wrote:
> >
> > Is there an easy way to edit Polar Data downloaded from your HRM using
Polar
> > Precision Software. I'm using the latest software and its editing is
very
> > cumbersome and funky. What I'd like to do is export the data table into Word or Excel for
> > editing, then go back and import it into the Polar Precision Software. I haven't figured out how
> > to import the edited
data. I
> > am using an Xtrainer Plus and the altitude cuts out know and then. Any guidance or experience
> > would be appreciated.
> >
> > Kendall
>
> You can open de .hrm file in Notepad and look for the -999 (I suppose) values in the altitude
> column. Correct these values and save the file under the same name. Just open the edited .hrm file
> in the Polar software. BTW did you tried the use a piece of aluminium foil between the X-trainer
> Plus end the altitudesensor (bad design) to avoid altitude cuts?
> --
> Lou

Thanks I'll try that. No I didn't use the foil. It is a bad design and it get worse with age. The
sensor uses these expensive batteries too fast too. Kendall
 
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