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[Posted 9/10/2010 1:57:36 PM]  Hoya - ever pull community stats?

[LittleRunnerMan]


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Just wondering if you've ever thought about pulling and reporting any interesting "community" stats? Some examples...

o Most popular brand/models of shoes
o Average miles on brand/model of shoes
o Average miles per weeks males/females
o Average miles per week before running marathon
o Graphs of miles per week versus marathon time

Anyway... I could come up with tons of stats that would be interesting to see..




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[Posted 9/10/2010 2:06:11 PM]  Hoya - ever pull community stats?

[gloamer]


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Wordiness of workout descriptions vs. race pace

Avg weekly # of forum posts vs. weekly mileage

Average workout pace change per year on R2W.







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[Posted 9/10/2010 6:20:41 PM]  Hoya - ever pull community stats?

[Hoya]


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Good ideas... Send the other ideas - these will be pretty easy to add as I've got most of these in other forms anyway.




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[Posted 9/10/2010 6:36:52 PM]  Hoya - ever pull community stats?

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My high school coach was all gung-ho about having sort of "community routes" with in the team. So that he could create a route and have the team be able to select it. Later on he would want to go back over them to see progressions and stuff... He has everyone keep physical logs now, but that's still a good idea.




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[Posted 9/10/2010 6:46:37 PM]  Hoya - ever pull community stats?

[Hoya]


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Yeah, good idea. The sharing of routes is a good idea and is built into the system but I never got the front end finished. This would be a good one to cap off when the next version comes out. I know - I know - but, really, a new version is VERY close. You will totally like it.




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[Posted 9/10/2010 8:48:16 PM]  Hoya - ever pull community stats?

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Hoya wrote:


Yeah, good idea. The sharing of routes is a good idea and is built into the system but I never got the front end finished. This would be a good one to cap off when the next version comes out. I know - I know - but, really, a new version is VERY close. You will totally like it.


Have you ever tried to boil the ocean?




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[Posted 9/10/2010 11:52:04 PM]  Hoya - ever pull community stats?

[LittleRunnerMan]


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gloamer wrote:


Wordiness of workout descriptions vs. race pace

Avg weekly # of forum posts vs. weekly mileage

Average workout pace change per year on R2W.





Great idea on the forum post metrics... How about...

o Highest thread view count by last poster? I.E. do members pay more attention to some posters?
o Poster with the most replies
o Longest post

Or... at the risk of starting a flame war, how about some key posting "key word" correlations?

o Number of times "injury" and "five fingers" are mentioned in a post
o Average number of posts once "HGH" is mentioned

On a more serious note...

o Correlation between different types of workouts logged and race performance
o Average numbers of each type of race members run per year
o Race pace averages by age group and gender

etc...




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[Posted 9/11/2010 7:16:54 AM]  Hoya - ever pull community stats?

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Dono wrote:


Have you ever tried to boil the ocean?


We really need a "like" button.




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