O_well Orienteering Results Analysis
|Welcome to what is quite simply the best Orienteering result analysis program ever. This program has been designed and written by Joe Lee Computing specifically to analyse the results of the KIMM events, and operates on PCs running Windows 95 and above.|
|The program is copyright (October 2001) of Joe Lee but is made available free of charge subject to the following conditions:||
|Two views of results are available||
|Understanding the graphs||Graphs are plotted relative to any selected team. The plots are not a representation of absolute time
at a control.
The slope of each line is the important point - lines sloping upwards represent a loss of time
relative to the reference team between those two controls, a downwards slope means that this team ran
faster than the reference team...just how much faster or slower is represented by the time difference between the
start of a line segment and the end.
You can use the cursor facility to measure time gaps - move the cursor to the point you want to start measuring from, click it to fix that point as a reference, then move the cursor anywhere else to see a measure of time differences.
Where intermediate times are not available because of failure of a control box, the time is set to the same time as the previous control - this is not an ideal fix but it is quick and easy for me to do.
|How to download and install||The program is supplied as a stand alone executable file. Simply download it to a directory of your choice, then double click the o_well.exe file to run it. It is best to download the data files into the same directory, but you can also choose which directory to use from within the program.|
|Download version 1.6 (20/10/02) now||
Version 1.6 has only minor cosmetic changes so if you already have v1.5 for KIMM2001 it will still work for KIMM2002
too so you don't need to download again.|
Download o_well.exe program (481Kb)
|Where are the data files?||You need to download a data file for each class you wish to view. Find them on the KIMM results pages available from my results index page.|
Your brief feedback would be appreciated, but since I am not making anything by supplying this program, I can not
promise any bug fixes or enhancements within any particular time scale - I try to please, but I also
need to earn a living too. I'm sure you can appreciate that I cannot deal with 1500 emails in the same week!
There are some features still to be included when time permits, so you don't need to email me with any of the following suggestions. Currently on my wish list are: