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mechgt wrote:This is what I'm using, however somewhere between my Garmin and ST the distance track (data track picked up by speed sensor) is discarded. I'm assuming that ST decided there was no use for this because it had GPS and thus doesn't import it. I'm planning to do this same route again tonight, and I should be able to modify my LinuxGarminImport plugin to import the data directly from the speed sensor also and record it as the distance track. I'll be sure to put it on 1 second recording. We'll see what that turns out.
gerhard wrote:...To utilize the Distance track, you can do one of the following:
* Import a second time, updating the activity
mechgt wrote:Here's what I came up with when using the speed/distance data from the wheel sensor
gerhard wrote:mechgt wrote:Here's what I came up with when using the speed/distance data from the wheel sensor
The speed/distance track is likely still from GPS data though, from what I have heard. Since the device has access to more information, the speed distance is likely a little more accurate than the data determined from the GPS data only. Some Edge 705 fw reportedly used the wheel sensor, but this required that users calibrated the sensor.
Still, I have a feeling that the data is not detailed and fine grained enough...
gerhard wrote:mechgt wrote:Can you get a distance track from a trainer?
Test with turning of GPS and speed sensor?
7270martin wrote:Any news on that?
piccolo wrote:Sorry for the Question, How doe I install this plugin
PissedOffCil wrote:I'd be great if this was per activity category or equipment!!! I have multiple bikes all with different gearings...
jibberjim wrote:piccolo wrote:Sorry for the Question, How doe I install this plugin
Download the file - rename it to gear.st2plugin (depending on which browser you use it may get renamed to .zip because of the mime-type) and then double click it to install like you would any other plugin.
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