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PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2015 8:35 pm 
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We are proud to announce that GoldenCheetah v3.2 was released today.

Downloads are here: http://www.goldencheetah.org/#section-download
What's new in V3.2 video is here: https://vimeo.com/135905103
User Guide is here: https://github.com/GoldenCheetah/Golden ... sers-Guide

Version 3.2 contains lots of bug fixes and functional changes to support Running and Swimming, Interval discovery and analysis, Moxy and Vector support and many Training View enhancements.

We have moved to storing activity data in a native JSON format. This means data will be converted when imported but the originals are kept too (in case you need the original data for any reason). When you first run version 3.2 it will upgrade the athlete data. We therefore recommend you TAKE A BACKUP before you install and use Version 3.2.

It represents over 1,400 code changes made since the last release by a development team from all corners of the globe. Ale Martinez has been solely responsible for implementing support for running and swimming, Jörn Rischmueller has implemented Vector support and all the heavy lifting for the upgrade and native file format. Lastly, Damien Grauser has implemented the interval discovery and analysis features.

MAJOR NEW FEATURES

Multisport Support
Support has now been included for running and swimming; including the CV and D’ as well as new charts, metrics and device support.
Pace Zones - Running and Swimming
Garmin Dynamics - Running and Cycling Dynamics
GOVSS, SwimScore, TriScore et al
CV Model

Moxy Support
The Moxy Muscle Oxygen Monitor is supported including direct download, data series charting and new metrics.
Direct download from device
Import CSV (moxy + peripedal) and FIT format
Merge Tool changes
Shift S+C to Smo2/tHB
Derive HHb and O2Hb from SmO2/tHb
Chartride, 2d, 3d, histogram

Train View Update
The train view has been updated to support real-time viewing of W’bal and new series from Garmin pedal power meters as well as support for the Tacx Vortex turbo.
Tacx Vortex Electronic Trainer Support
Vector Support
Moxy Support
W'bal as you ride
New file format and import process at end of ride
New turbos supported

Interval Discovery and Analysis
The train view has been updated to support real-time viewing of W’bal and new series from Garmin pedal power meters.
Interval Navigator in Performance Plot
Interval Auto-discovery; Peaks, Hills, TTE/Sustained, Routes
Plot Sustained Intervals on CP chart (ride, season, compare)
Sustained Time In Zone metrics
Create intervals on the map
Drop Segments onto Compare Pane to add all matching intervals

OTHER CHANGES

General Updates
Improved Merge
PMC Any Stress Metric
W'bal Zones
PMC Metrics on Summary and in Filters
CP Estimates use rolling 6 weeks not 2 calendar months
Added Ward-Smith PD Model
Lots more Fix Tools (Elevation, Power, Moxy etc)
Automatic importing of files
Hide curves via legend in LTM Plot
Improved performance for W'bal calculation
Export 'heatmap' of rides for Google Maps
Core Temperature Data Series Added
Improved Chart editing in Trend View

Technical Updates
NoSQL - RideCache in memory with backing store
Directory Structure - /cache /config /activities etc
Use Native File Format - json
CLucene deprecated
KQOauth lib replaces libOAuth
File Quarantining
Google Calendar API v2
Measures db deprecated for a Withings cache
Preferences changes update optimized


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2015 10:28 pm 
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i download a week a go graphics are better and lot of new features


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 22, 2015 8:44 am 
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Yep, smart update. Thanks

Just an idea, does anyone know of a gps computer than can display real-time W' balance?


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 2:10 am 
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Excellent additions to new version.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:30 pm 
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Best of all, everytime I use Golden Cheetah I imagine Andy Coggan crying


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2015 3:12 am 
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2015 6:17 am 
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^ +1 I am digging the new GC.

Has anyone mentioned this awesome software is free?

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2015 6:23 am 
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Tapeworm wrote:
Has anyone mentioned this awesome software is free?

It certainly has no right being this good and free.


As an aside, any tips on migrating GC from one PC to another? I have a new laptop, so gotta move it...

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2015 6:59 am 
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@nick: I store all my profile files on my dropbox and then install the program individually on each machine. Once installed you can just set the profile folder to look at your dropbox location. obviously care is required if you're opening and closing programs on different machines at different times.

In the past I've just installed GC directly onto my dropbox and run that on every machine. they were all 64bit - maybe if you're going from 32 to 64 on various machines you might have trouble. haven't tried that with the latest release though.

In terms of building a new install from scratch, with this version I just installed clean and then did an import from my old profile folder. It happily imported all the old rides.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2015 7:33 am 
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Nick I had the same issue when my old laptop dropped dead on me! You can bulk export your metrics to memory card, or drop box and then import them on the new machine (use the same version of GC). The only issue I ran into was the manually entered data such as tittles, details, etc... didn't transfer so I ended up with a year's worth of data with none of the manually entered details. :noidea:

This wasn't too much of an issue, but the manually entered TSS on my MTB rides, and rides w/o the power meter were lost.


The new version of GC is great, some cool new features.... and it's FREE :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2015 7:56 am 
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2015 5:05 pm 
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CulBaire wrote:
Nick I had the same issue when my old laptop dropped dead on me! You can bulk export your metrics to memory card, or drop box and then import them on the new machine (use the same version of GC). The only issue I ran into was the manually entered data such as tittles, details, etc... didn't transfer so I ended up with a year's worth of data with none of the manually entered details. :noidea:

This wasn't too much of an issue, but the manually entered TSS on my MTB rides, and rides w/o the power meter were lost.


The new version of GC is great, some cool new features.... and it's FREE :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

in the old gc go to help tab and see where gc data folder is someting like c:\use...\someting...
copy that folder
then in the new version go to help tab and see where is that folder then copy the other folder to that place
hope that helps


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