Online logbook: overall workout graph ?

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HornetMaX
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Online logbook: overall workout graph ?

Post by HornetMaX » October 18th, 2021, 9:32 am

I'm logging workouts via ErgZone to my online logbook. When the workout has intervals, I can see the graph of each interval but not of the overall workout. Am I missing something or this is not currently possible ?

Example from my logbook: https://log.concept2.com/profile/1528069/log/57823228
I can click on each interval in the table and see the graph for that interval.
I'd like to be able to click on the top line of the table with the intervals (Time is 24min) and see the whole graph: it would make it easier to compare workouts.

Thoughts ?

[EDIT: replaced "splits" with "intervals", that's what I meant]
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Re: Online logbook: overall workout graph ?

Post by Citroen » October 18th, 2021, 10:07 am

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Re: Online logbook: overall workout graph ?

Post by Tsnor » December 29th, 2021, 4:06 pm

HornetMaX wrote:
October 18th, 2021, 9:32 am
I'm logging workouts via ErgZone to my online logbook. When the workout has intervals, I can see the graph of each interval but not of the overall workout.
I do this to look at HR and watts for all intervals and rest periods together. (I use ErgData not Ergzone, but if you can see graphs at all on the C2 log then ErgZone must be pushing the per=stroke data so this should work for you.)

1. Download a free office suite like "OpenOffice" or "LibreOffice" or use Microsoft excel if you have a copy. Likely you can also use google docs but I have not tried.

2. In the page that has the graph look in lower right corner for "Download Stroke Data". Click download CSV.

3. Open the CSV file with your office suite. I do this by clicking the file name in browser downloads. It will import the data into a new spreadsheet. The first time it may give you a menu where you need to unclick space as a valid delimiter. Click until the sample spreadsheet is readable. This gives you a spreadsheet with your data. Every stoke you pulled has it's own row in the spreadsheet with the following data "Stroke Number; Time (seconds); Distance (meters); Pace (seconds); Watts; Cal/Hr; Stroke Rate; Heart Rate".

4. Click the top of column you want to graph (the one with the name in the top row) and then click the graph button.

5. You can also graph multiple data (e.g. heart rate plus watts) using ctl when you click the column.

6. If you like spread sheets you can also do math on the data (watts/stroke, distance/stroke, etc.) and then graph that stuff too.

Once you get this set up its literally 5 clicks to get from the C2 log entry to a great graph of your workout.

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