Graphing average pace smoothly

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Oct 2015
10:13pm, 6 Oct 2015
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larkim
Looks really good, just what I was interested in. Obviously most graphs will have the same race picture (looking good for 75%, then detonation towards the end!)!!
Oct 2015
9:28am, 14 Oct 2015
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Drell
Probably the wrong thread, but...

Is there any way of having the map and graph smaller so that you can see both at once on a smaller screen? I could swear they used to be next to each other, rather than one above the other.
Oct 2015
11:07am, 14 Oct 2015
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larkim
They were, but to fix an issue with chrome displaying dodgy maps some changes were made which I think resulted in the wide screen maps you curly see.

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It occurs to me that one graph which is seemingly missed from every running website is a proper roll...

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