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Suggestion: include Hearth Rate graph
#1
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Hello,
thank you very much for your work and for your program.
As I have commented other times on the forum I use it to prepare and to see my bike routes.
Recently I bought a GPS clock that records the routes and the heart rate. In the gpx file it appears like:
<trkpt lat="51.626823" lon="-5.75026">
                <ele>593.0</ele>
                <time>2020-09-12T10:59:05.000Z</time>
                <name>Position 1</name>
                <extensions>
                    <gpxtpx:TrackPointExtension>
                        <gpxtpx:hr>65</gpxtpx:hr>
                        <gpxtpx:speed>2.12</gpxtpx:speed>
                    </gpxtpx:TrackPointExtension>
                </extensions>
  </trkpt>

Would it be possible add to RouteConverter to read this Hearth Rate data and be seen on chart?
Nowadays, ther is another program to do this, GPXSee, but it is not as good as RouteConverter.

Thanks a lot.
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#2
(12.09.2020, 19:51)V.V.V. Wrote: Would it be possible add to RouteConverter to read this Hearth Rate data and be seen on chart?

So you're thinking of adding heart beat next to elevation and speed on the y-axis of the profile view?
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Christian
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#3
(14.09.2020, 18:22)routeconverter Wrote:
(12.09.2020, 19:51)V.V.V. Wrote: Would it be possible add to RouteConverter to read this Hearth Rate data and be seen on chart?

So you're thinking of adding heart beat next to elevation and speed on the y-axis of the profile view?

Exactly, that would be perfect.

Visually you could compare where you have done the most effort (hearth beat) and verify what difficulty (elevation and/or speed) it corresponds to in the route.

Thanks a lot.
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#4
Well, that's a lot of effort since it means to promote the heart beat to a "1st class citizen" for positions. Currently they're just additions to the TCX format.

Feel free to propose (lots of small) changes as Pull Requests to https://github.com/cpesch/RouteConverter/
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Christian
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#5
First step: transfer extended sensor data between CSV, Excel, GPX and WGS84 formats
https://github.com/cpesch/RouteConverter...05a3384bfa
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#6
Second step: Establish heart beat rate as an optional sensor information like temperature, pressure and speed
https://github.com/cpesch/RouteConverter...3961211c20
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Christian
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#7
@V.V.V. did you see the new optional heart beat column in the latest prelease?
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#8
(29.10.2020, 08:33)routeconverter Wrote: @V.V.V. did you see the new optional heart beat column in the latest prelease?

Yes, it work like a charm. Sorry for the delay in replying
I think you are humble considering this change as a minor version (prelease) increase.
Thank you very much.  Smile Big Grin Big Grin
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#9
(01.12.2020, 09:10)V.V.V. Wrote: Yes, it work like a charm. 

Great. Actually, it's part of the 2.29 release. So I guess the Pull Request https://github.com/cpesch/RouteConverter/pull/60 can be closed as this has already happened?

I guess the next step would be to extend the profile view with an option to display the heart beat. Do you have some good example files with heart beat information for me?
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Christian
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#10
Ok, you are right. Thank you.
I have attached an example with hearth rate (delete some points to have some anonymity  Tongue ).

BTW the program I use to convert the OMH/OMD to GPX files from the Decathlon Geonaute OnMove GPS watch is "OMX2GPX" made by Clement CORDE as FOSS. In the Souceforge link is the original source code and in the Discussion the corrected and compiled version for windows. Perhaps in future versions it could be included as a plugin for RouteConverter  Wink .


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