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RE: Come on...

Investigator wrote:

[quote]team1.kml wrote:

[quote]not caught up on the thread wrote:

Total longshot - again I am embarrassingly behind on this thread because RY just about made me lose my job over the last two weeks. I had to cut loose from the saga.

Oh, and the winning brands from all of this are clearly TomTom and Strava. I've learned more about their products than any Skinz product.

Yes but no. Someone was able to snag a couple, and I thought I was downloading them all from the strava website because I figured they would disappear. Unfortunately, when you download them from strava they strip the time element so all I have is GPX tracks. I suppose theoretically you might be able to deduce speed by point density but honestly I don't know.

Another painstaking possibility is to find the closest waypoint to each tracker point, assign a time to those that way, and then interpolate between them. It could really only be used for illustration But it would be a lot of work.

On a completely other thread, I'm guessing that they must have figured out how to get the RV to 'idle' at 10mph or else they are incredibly consistent about the speed. As erratic as RY is running, they were very consistent over very high mileage across the mountain west and plains in going just around 10mph. Note that other people have explored this, although 10mph seems a bit high to me.[/quote]

I don't know that there is a solid knowledge of exactly what was deleted from Strava. The fake RY has a 32 mile run that the real RY does not. And there are screenshots from the Joanna account.

I used a Chrome plugin to download gpx from Strava - it preserves all the data.[/quote]

But I only found it a couple days ago, not when he was first uploading...

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