Occassional thoughts about orienteering
Monday, November 16, 2009
Time in the ringVia Dan Chissick's blog I discovered a tool for measuring time in the area immediately surrounding control locations based on GPS tracks and split times.
In the past, I've played around a bit with measuring the time spent in the control circle using QR and creating splits by hand. But the GPS tool Dan links is a much better way to collect the data. The program creates an image file that includes a text summary of the time in the ring and a "dot map" summary of the same information.
Here is a bit of the dot map.
And here is a bit of the text summary.
I wrote a bit about time in the ring earlier this year:
My first experiment measuring time in the ring
Adding a bit more data
Hammer's time in the ring at West Point
My time in the ring at West Point
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