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Gradient Analysis - calling the Boss man

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11 Oct
2:37pm, 11 Oct 2021
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Gobi
Boss man

Not really bothered by how fast I can freewheel down a hill but climbing analysis is a great idea, any chance you can tweak it all the way out towards 30% efforts ?
11 Oct
7:59pm, 11 Oct 2021
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Oranj
Similarly: why does my graph stop at –8% and +6% when I've ridden many steeper downhills and uphills in the last 365 days?
(I can see in the original blog post –11 and +10 fetcheveryone.com/blog/3/2021/10/434953 )
11 Oct
11:26pm, 11 Oct 2021
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fetcheveryone
The graph filters out gradients where my algorithm has accrued less than 5km of riding.

To get around the flakiness of altitude data, my algorithm looks at each ride in chunks, and grabs the chunks where there is a consistent gradient. If the chunk is undulating, it’s ignored.

In both cases, it appears that there’s not enough data.
12 Oct
1:08pm, 12 Oct 2021
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Gobi
Ah , not ideal for us climbers then :-)

Has potential mind you :-)

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Boss man

Not really bothered by how fast I can freewheel down a hill but climbing analysis is a great idea, any chance you can tweak it all the way out towards 30% efforts ?

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