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* Shortest distances between controls: All controls with a distance less than 60m (resp. 30m for sprint races) to each other are listed here.
 
* Shortest distances between controls: All controls with a distance less than 60m (resp. 30m for sprint races) to each other are listed here.
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''19.4 Controls (including the start control flag) shall not be sited within 30 metres of each other (25 metres for map scales 1:5000 or 1:4000 or 1:3000). The distance between the controls is measured in a straight line.
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* Legs between 2 controls in opposite direction: All legs which are used in two directions are listed here.
 
* Legs between 2 controls in opposite direction: All legs which are used in two directions are listed here.
 
* Identical courses: All identical courses are listed here.
 
* Identical courses: All identical courses are listed here.

Latest revision as of 13:19, 4 November 2019

This function is available in OCAD Professional.This function is available in OCAD Orienteering.This function is available in OCAD Starter.This function is available in OCAD Course Setting.

(This function is only available in course setting projects!)

Choose this command from the Course Setting menu to see several course and event statistics. Before using this command you must enter the estimated number of runners for each course, otherwise you will not get the full functionality. Select Classes in the Course Setting menu to get to the Classes dialog box where you can enter this number.

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Course Statistics

In this part of the dialog a table is shown with all course objects listed, the number of courses which use it and the number of runners which will visit it. When you select a course object, you can see which courses and which classes contain it in the two boxes on the right side.

Leg Statistics

Leg statistics includes only normal courses.

In this part of the dialog a table is shown with all legs listed and the number of courses which contain it. Select a leg to see all courses containing it in the box on the right side.

Activate Hide legs used in one course only to see only legs which are used in more than one courses.

Event Statistics

The following information can be found in this part of the dialog:

  • Number of controls
  • Number of courses
  • Number of classes
  • Shortest distances between controls: All controls with a distance less than 60m (resp. 30m for sprint races) to each other are listed here.

Competition Rules for IOF Foot Orienteering Events 2019: 19.4 Controls (including the start control flag) shall not be sited within 30 metres of each other (25 metres for map scales 1:5000 or 1:4000 or 1:3000). The distance between the controls is measured in a straight line.

  • Legs between 2 controls in opposite direction: All legs which are used in two directions are listed here.
  • Identical courses: All identical courses are listed here.
  • Courses without start or finish: All courses with missing start or finish are listed here.

Control/Course diagram

A table is displayed in this part of the dialog. You can read out of this diagram which control is used in which course at which position.

Export

Click the Export button to export the course statistic to a text file.


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