Quadrant Analysis

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Quadrant Analysis

Quadrant Analysis

Postby trell » Sat Oct 02, 2010 10:52 am

Where is store the data? How can i set as default crank 170 and cadence 90 instead edit every activity?
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Postby mechgt » Sat Oct 02, 2010 3:52 pm

The plugin should remember your crank length and cadence settings from session to session. There's only 1 global setting, (does not currently support multiple bikes with different crank lengths for instance).

Is it going back to 175 (and some different cadence) every time you close and re-open ST? Do you have the latest version (I believe the older plugin versions may have not stored the settings).
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Re: Quadrant Analysis

Postby Burnt Toast » Mon Nov 15, 2010 12:33 pm

Do I have to input the wattage and cadence data manually, or should it populate itself if you have recorded or calculated that data?

I can not change the crank length to 172.5, it defaults to 175 everytime I try to edit that field and I checked for the latest release by going to the settings menu and clicking on the plug ins.
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Re: Quadrant Analysis

Postby mechgt » Mon Nov 15, 2010 8:56 pm

Crank length not taking decimals: Known bug, will be fixed in next release.
Wattage: If you're only looking at 1 activity, it should be pulled from the FTP for that date if available.
Cadence: The plugin should remember whatever setting you last put in there. It should not change activity to activity.

Some background info on settings from the plugin homepage...
Using Quadrant Analysis:
* Power should be set to your threshold power for this type of activity.
* Cadence should be set to your natural cadence. This is the cadence that you naturally select while riding... the most comfortable cadence for you.
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Re: Quadrant Analysis

Postby Burnt Toast » Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:38 pm

Thanks for the response. I'm just starting to get aquainted with the whole "power" training concept so things are not that clear yet. I guess I need to do a power threshold test soon. I'll probably have to use my rollers as its cold and snowy already here in the upper midwest.
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Re: Quadrant Analysis

Postby mechgt » Tue Nov 16, 2010 6:14 am

For Quadrant Analysis, the plugin homepage is worth reading, and there's also an introduction document included with some good information. You can find that by clicking....
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Re: Quadrant Analysis

Postby kring » Thu May 19, 2011 5:48 pm

Any estimate on the new version that takes the 172.5 crank?
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Re: Quadrant Analysis

Postby racerfern » Thu May 19, 2011 9:56 pm

kring wrote:Any estimate on the new version that takes the 172.5 crank?


Have you tried just changing the setting to 172 or 173? The difference is minuscule.
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Re: Quadrant Analysis

Postby mechgt » Sat May 21, 2011 8:00 pm

kring wrote:Any estimate on the new version that takes the 172.5 crank?


racerfern's right, the difference is completely trivial, however thanks for the friendly reminder :oops: I think it was just about ready, but I got distracted on some other things.
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Re: Quadrant Analysis

Postby mechgt » Sun May 22, 2011 8:41 pm

Update posted. Changes:
- Crank length precision fixed
- Updates to multiple activity selection
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Re: Quadrant Analysis

Postby 7270martin » Sun Jun 12, 2011 9:58 am

What about adding a view with the different standard power zones of ST?

Like in Golden Cheetah, see sixth picture from above.
http://goldencheetah.org/screenshots.html
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