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Power -vs- HR

Power -vs- HR

Postby dbrillha » Wed Apr 11, 2012 9:04 am

I love the concept of this plug-in. Does it adjust "power" based on speed, grade and wind direction/speed? It would be great to see a normalized graph of HR/Power. It should be pretty flat for a given workout (until dehydration kicks in).
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Re: Power -vs- HR

Postby old_man_biking » Wed Apr 11, 2012 9:33 am

dbrillha wrote:I love the concept of this plug-in.
Does it adjust "power" based on speed, grade and wind direction/speed?
It would be great to see a normalized graph of HR/Power. It should be pretty flat for a given workout (until dehydration kicks in).


I don't understand the "adjust" part of your post.
Regarding "normalized" graph: you think of a normalization to the regression line - so that a point that's spot on has 1.0 and a point that's at 110% of the regression y value will have 1.1?? If yes, I thought of this and will implement this some time - after releasing W&C, AI, ... :)

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Re: Power -vs- HR

Postby dbrillha » Wed Apr 11, 2012 9:48 am

By adjust, I meant to ask how Power was derived. But that input is assumed for this plugin. What I need to go look at is GPS2PowerTrack, to generate the Power data. Once I have HR (input) and Power (output), then this plugin becomes very interesting. Thanks!
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