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==Export Courses GPX==
 
==Export Courses GPX==
 
  
 
Choose this command to export courses to a GPX file.  
 
Choose this command to export courses to a GPX file.  
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:- To open the exported file choose '''Recently Exported Documents''' from the Options menu.
 
:- To open the exported file choose '''Recently Exported Documents''' from the Options menu.
  
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==Export Course Statistic and Event Statistic==
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Use this command to show a statistic of how many runners are going to each control. Before using this command you must enter the estimated number of runners for each course. Select '''Classes''' in '''Course''' menu to get to the Classes dialog box where you can enter this number.
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'''Course Statistic'''
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In the left box you find a list of all controls with the number of runners visiting that control. Select a control to show in the right box all classes containing that control.
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Click the Export button to export the course statistic to a text file.
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'''Event statistic'''
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Shows number of controls, courses and classes
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List of controls less than 60m from another control
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List of legs between 2 controls in opposite direction
  
  
  
==Export Course Statistic and Event Statistic==
 
 
==Export Course Maps==
 
==Export Course Maps==
 
==Export Control Description Text==
 
==Export Control Description Text==
 
==Export Relay Variations==
 
==Export Relay Variations==

Version vom 25. November 2011, 17:50 Uhr

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


Export Courses XML

Choose this command to export a XML file with control number.

The XML file is opened automatically in the standard Windows browser. To the XML file also still belongs the ' IOFdata.dtd '. This document type definition file specifies the structure of the XML document.

The exported file can be read in the event software.


Export Courses Text

Choose this command to export a list of control numbers of the courses or classes in text file. The dialog box Export Courses (Text) appears.


Format of the exported file

  1. Class name as entered in the Classes dialog box or course name.
  2. Length of the course in km (calculated length + extra length entered in the Course dialog box).
  3. Climb of the course as entered in the Course dialog box.
  4. Number of controls
  5. All controls, starting with the start, then the controls and finally the finish.

Example:

H20 6.3150 20 S1-31-32-33-54-34-35-36-70-38-39-69-73-42-43-44-67-50-47-56-99-F1

D20 5.6120 17 S1-46-72-55-34-35-70-38-71-63-42-43-64-45-50-47-48-99-F1


Export

Courses: Choose the option to export the courses.

Classes: Choose the option to export the classes as entered in the Classes dialog box.


Export Climbing

Activate this check box to export the climbing.


Export number of controls

Activate this check box to export the number of controls.


Export Courses Version 8 Text

Choose this command to export a list of the control numbers of the courses.

The exported file can then be imported to the result system of the event.

After choosing this command a file dialog box appears where you can enter a path and filename for the course file.


Format of the exported file

The exported file is a text file. For normal courses there is one line per course/class, for relay courses and one-man relay courses there is one line per runner (the range of start numbers must have been defined in the Course dialog box). The fields are separated with semicolons (;). It contains the following fields:

  1. Class name as entered in the Classes dialog box. If courses are exported (see above Export) then this field remains empty.
  2. Course name.
  3. Start number.
  • for normal courses this number is "0".
  • for relay courses this is the start number of the team, a point and the number of the runner (e.g. "101.1")
  • for one-man relay courses this is the start number (e.g. "201")
4. Length of the course in km (calculated length + extra length entered in the Course dialog box).
5. Climb of the course as entered in the Course dialog box.
6. All controls, starting with the start, then the controls and finally the finish. Between the controls is the distance of the controls in km.


Export Courses GPX

Choose this command to export courses to a GPX file.

All course setting objects (start, controls, finish) are exported as waypoints.

All courses, including start, controls, marked routes and finish are exported as tracks.


Hint.jpg -To use this command real world coordinates and a coordinate system must be activated. Choose Scale and Coordinate System from the Map menu to change these settings.

- To open the exported file choose Recently Exported Documents from the Options menu.


Export Course Statistic and Event Statistic

Use this command to show a statistic of how many runners are going to each control. Before using this command you must enter the estimated number of runners for each course. Select Classes in Course menu to get to the Classes dialog box where you can enter this number.


Course Statistic

In the left box you find a list of all controls with the number of runners visiting that control. Select a control to show in the right box all classes containing that control.

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


Event statistic

Shows number of controls, courses and classes

List of controls less than 60m from another control

List of legs between 2 controls in opposite direction


Export Course Maps

Export Control Description Text

Export Relay Variations