Import and visualize tour data recorded with various devices, view detailed graphs and compare information, with this comprehensive application.

  • MyTourbook
  • Version :17.4.0 / 17.7.0 Experimental
  • License :GPL
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Wolfgang Schramm

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MyTourbook Description

If you are looking for an application that can help you load and analyze tours recorded with various GPS devices, bike or ergometer computers, you may want to try MyTourbook.

It is a complex program that offers a complete set of tools, allowing you to view detailed statistics about your performance, display photos, segment and analyze tours, as well as manage multiple user profiles.

Add multiple people to the program’s database

If you want to accurately analyze data, you need to insert correct information for each person performing a particular workout. You can insert their name, age, gender, height and weight. It is also possible to customize HR zones, which are calculated based on provided physical attributes.

View and analyze data in with the help of tour charts

The application supports multiple tour formats, recorded with various devices. These include CRP, CSV, DAT, FIT, GPX, HRM, PDD, CRS, XML and more.

MyTourbook can display recorded data or calculated values in chart form. These include altitude, pulse, speed, power, temperature, gradient, cadence and HR zones.

Multiple graphs can be overlaid, to help you analyze different data sets. You can easily zoom in or out and specify if distance or time should be displayed on the x-axis.

Well-designed interface, but lacks detailed instructions

MyTourbook is a complex tool, but features a modern and customizable interface, allowing you to choose which windows are displayed, depending on the actions you need to perform.

However, some users may have difficulties getting to grips with its more advanced functions. It would help if the program offered a built-in help function and more detailed documentation.

All in all, this is a useful application for people who wish to view and analyze tours recorded with various devices. It offers a wide range of tools, but it may take some time for new users to learn how to take advantage of them.

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