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[Posted 5/5/2008 4:55:20 PM]  Charts and Graphs

[Thrasymachus]


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It appears that charts and graphs, graph ALL miles, not just running miles. It would be nice if I could just graph running or graph by activity, otherwise my biking miles really throws off my mileage.

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[Posted 5/5/2008 8:22:15 PM]  Charts and Graphs

[Hoya]


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Good point... I'll get that fixed up. Thanks.




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[Posted 6/6/2008 10:19:25 AM]  Charts and Graphs

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Thrasymachus wrote:


It appears that charts and graphs, graph ALL miles, not just running miles. It would be nice if I could just graph running or graph by activity, otherwise my biking miles really throws off my mileage.

Thanks


Hoya-
My calendar graph is including my biking miles into my running miles even though I didn't mark it to be included as running miles. Can this be changed?
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[Posted 6/6/2008 10:22:59 AM]  Charts and Graphs

[Hoya]


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I will look into this and fix...




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[Posted 6/6/2008 10:25:16 AM]  Charts and Graphs

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Thanks!




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[Posted 6/6/2008 10:29:16 AM]  Charts and Graphs

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I guess when you log your other activities you are putting in miles for them? When I log swimming or cycling I don't put it in the mileage section, just put it in the cross-training description section. Alternatively I just keep a simple Excel spreadsheet that tracks my distances for each discipline and time as well, with no comments, just pure numbers.




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[Posted 6/6/2008 10:59:51 AM]  Charts and Graphs

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marylandexc wrote:


I guess when you log your other activities you are putting in miles for them? When I log swimming or cycling I don't put it in the mileage section, just put it in the cross-training description section. Alternatively I just keep a simple Excel spreadsheet that tracks my distances for each discipline and time as well, with no comments, just pure numbers.


Just out of curiosity, is eating burgers good cross-training?




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