On Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 5:26 PM, 'Paulo Matos' via Racket Users
> On 30/10/17 00:18, Alex Harsanyi wrote:
>> You could add ActivityLog2 (https://github.com/alex-hhh/ActivityLog2) to
>> that list (Disclaimer: I am the author).
>> If you want to try out the application and need some data files to
>> import, you can find some in the "test/test-data" folder. Just make
>> sure you select "All Days" in the "Activities" view, as by default, it
>> only shows activities from the last 30 days.
> From a fellow triathlete... I am _very_ impressed with the amount of
> work you have put into ActivityLog2. It would be great to abstract the
> FIT file parser into a lib on its own. :)
There is an issue for that:
https://github.com/alex-hhh/ActivityLog2/issues/19, but it is not high
on my priority list.
> I could certainly use that. Currently doing FIT->TCX and parsing that in
> order to avoid creating a FIT file parser.
The FIT file parser is just 4 files, you can just take these files and
use them directly. They are:
* rkt/utilities.rkt -- this last one is only needed for the `assq1`
function, so you can just use that one function and remove this
There is also a short note on how to read the FIT files in the
'doc/fit-read.md' file (and how to read the HRV data in the
However, if you just want to analyze your data, it might be more
convenient to actually import your activities into the database and
read them back out as data frames -- there are lots of utilities to
analyze and plot the data, the 'doc/data-frame.md' provides an
overview of how to use them and 'doc/session-df.md' describes the
structure of a session data frame.
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