I was wondering whether I should start a new thread, but I thought it may fit better in here.
Is there a way to make a copy of a chart? See example in the screenshot, I created a chart for bike HRmax. I would like to create now a similar chart for running HRmax, to use in the running tab. As far as I know the only way to do that is to create a new chart from scratch.
I was wondering if there could be a way to make a copy of that chart, and then I would only need to change the activity filters and the title to have it ready for running, instead of having to create a completely new chart.
Yep, I agree that it’s probably good to create a new chart, I was simply thinking that it would be good to have a quick way to create a new chart that is very similar to a previous one (as in creating a copy of the previous chart and then making modification to that copy).
I like the quick date selectors to overcome the same date range for all tabs problem (people will be split as to which is better). Need to figure out how to choose them. I could just use the most recently selected options from the date picker (last 42 days, last year etc.)?
I need to do some work on the custom charts side similar to how it works elsewhere on Intervals.icu. The list of checkboxes in options runs out of space quickly. Then I will do duplicating charts.
You asked about the WKO vs Intervals data analytics. At a point in time, the quadrant analysis wasn’t available in Intervals, but it is there now. The rate at which stuff is being added to Intervals is unbelievable, so the gap between the two tools is closing.
Steve Neal (FTL forum host) gave some good advice with analytical tools, and I’ve learnt to use WKO, Intervals as well as Xertonline, and they each have their own good points. No perfect system, just a different way to view data.
Here’s the post from David with the Quadrant Analysis chart showing. It’s great tool to show the athlete how their power and cadence relationship is, during a ride; base period has some low cadence, high force.
Therefore it’s important to understand where to find the different charts, as some are workout based (only shows against a workout) and other’s are athlete based (shows on the fitness tab).
I implemented Gerald’s date tabs idea. The most recently selected quick date ranges (42 days, 1 month, 3 months etc. as well as seasons) are displayed on the toolbar as chips. Click these to quickly change the date range: