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Discussion: Splits on WinSplits?

in: 2015 Canadian Orienteering Championships (Aug 14–23, 2015 - Hillsborough, NB, CA)

Aug 25, 2015 2:22 AM # 
Any chance the splits could be also put on on WinSplits? I find the format on the event website kind of hard to read.

Also, any chance of RouteGadget? I don't know if it works any more, but I'd be keen to see peoples' routes on the Long.

Aug 25, 2015 12:28 PM # 
Nope - no chance of getting WinSplits. There is some kind of bug (probably in WinSplits) that won't accept our results files (which were generated by MeOS). On the other hand, AttackPoint does accept these files so the splits are available there.

I'm going to work on RouteGadget - perhaps today. I was going to start with the Sprint though because I am most interested personally to see how much difference the route choices made ;-) I've heard that the differences were actually fairly significant - with 5-10 seconds difference on most legs
Aug 25, 2015 1:09 PM # 
It would be nice and interesting to see the COC long splits on AP !
Aug 25, 2015 1:50 PM # 
They are there!

(Well, now they are - sorry, forgot)
Aug 25, 2015 7:57 PM # 
I would just be super happy if the maps on the website of the Course 4 Farsta and the 1:15 long maps went to the maps instead of the bulletin and the 1:10 maps, respectively.

The suspense has been killing me.
Aug 25, 2015 8:17 PM # 
AZ, can you remove the Score classes from the MeOS results files? I think that may be what's giving WinSplits fits.
Aug 25, 2015 9:54 PM # 
Yeah, we tried that. But there is still something not working. I should probably send the files to Matts T (I think he's the WinSPlits guy?) so he can help figure out what is going wrong
Aug 25, 2015 9:56 PM # 
@W - oh. Okay, will look into that. I think the first is a problem when we hit our Weebly storage limit and the second a problem when we got too tired and put the wrong link in. The second will probably be fixed first ;-) Coming soon...
Aug 26, 2015 5:03 AM # 
I just noticed that RouteGadget has a nice spits browser graph/table thingy - that is pretty good instead of WinSpits.
Aug 26, 2015 1:08 PM # 
Yes, RouteGadget has some great analysis features (I like the "Position after Leg" in its splits browser - it lets you quickly see which legs had an impact in people's position in the race).

Mats T. has figured out the problem with WinSplits and I will start loading the results there too. So you will be spoiled for choice of splits analysis - AP, RG, WS...

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