### Precision of Zones for CPV

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**Thu Nov 15, 2012 9:47 am**Quick question - is there any way to have more than one decimal point of precision for the CPV zones in Training Analysis?

Right now, it appears that the precision is limited to one decimal point (eg. Range = 1.6 to 1.8 m/s for my "Normal" CPV). The challenge is that this does not then match up to my "Normal" range for Cadence, as set in SportTrack Categories and used by Filtered Statistics (eg. Range is 85 to 100 rpm, with 175 mm crank). I can do the translation calculations, and I would need to set my "Normal" CPV range in Training Analysis to 1.558 to 1.833 m/s to match up. Of course, the same is true for all of the other ranges as well - I simply use this one for illustration.

Why does this matter?

I use Filtered Statistics to do some fairly comprehensive data analysis of my rides. Sometimes I am filtering on a particular cadence (along with other parameters), and want to see where the points fall (visually) on, for example, your Quadrant Analysis. Due to the limit on one decimal place precision, I cannot make the ranges match up.

It seems a relatively simple fix, so just asking...

Regards,

brittf

Right now, it appears that the precision is limited to one decimal point (eg. Range = 1.6 to 1.8 m/s for my "Normal" CPV). The challenge is that this does not then match up to my "Normal" range for Cadence, as set in SportTrack Categories and used by Filtered Statistics (eg. Range is 85 to 100 rpm, with 175 mm crank). I can do the translation calculations, and I would need to set my "Normal" CPV range in Training Analysis to 1.558 to 1.833 m/s to match up. Of course, the same is true for all of the other ranges as well - I simply use this one for illustration.

Why does this matter?

I use Filtered Statistics to do some fairly comprehensive data analysis of my rides. Sometimes I am filtering on a particular cadence (along with other parameters), and want to see where the points fall (visually) on, for example, your Quadrant Analysis. Due to the limit on one decimal place precision, I cannot make the ranges match up.

It seems a relatively simple fix, so just asking...

Regards,

brittf