Equivalence/Prediction Tool wrote:
Web based equivalence/prediction tool available at Runnerspace.com. Enter a time, select a distance, click the button and it will show you a list of equivalent times over all racing distacnes, shows results from 4 different methods and a final average of the four:
Ah I see it doesn't show the 4 methods until you submit a time.
That's still not a prediction calculator. Those 4 methods are equivalency methods. Averaging them together gives an average equivalency not a prediction. If the 4 methods were predictions then averaging them would give an average prediction.
The premise is flawed anyway. Can't predict using only a single time. You need more information.