Oh! I just saw your post!
There is yet another version of BikeWare.
This time, you can add to the graph the values of some other factor. That is, you can superimpose onto the graph of your rides over the last 2 periods the values you have recorded for, say, your daily weight, or hours of sleep, or some nutritional index, or whatever.
Note that this factor line on the graph does not relate to the labels on the vertical axis - these labels might show the duration of your rides, and the factor values might shown your weight.
You can always get the values behind any point in the graph by hovering the cursor over any junction point on a graph line.
Whilst the ride data lines show the last 2 periods, the factor values line shows just the most recent period.
If you haven't successfully used a previous version of BikeWare, then you should...
1. download the original version from www.robert-lees.com/BikeWare.zip
2. extract the files from this zip file into some directory - say c:\Program Files\BikeWare\Setup
3. run setup.exe from that directory
This gets you to the same stage as those who have successfully run a previous version of BikeWare.
To get the latest version...
1. download the zip file at www.robert-lees.com/BikeWareExecutable.zip
2. extract the contents of this zip file to overwrite the BikeWare.exe created by step 3 above
This new strategy is necessary because the program has now become bigger than the upper limit for BikeForums attachments.
If you have any problems, or suggestions, email me at email@example.com
Anyone know where I can get the software stated in the above post?
Hi: It looks like the BikeWare WEB site is no longer available.
I'm the author of BikePro . . . If you email me your address, I send you a free registered copy.
If you run Windows, you may be interested in my "CycliStats" ride logger and training diary. It tracks all the usual ride data (distance, time, heart rate, etc.), plus it will automatically estimate your average watts, calories burned, and climbing.
It comes with a bunch of built-in graphs and reports, allowing you to "slice and dice" your ride data easily.
It also tracks bicycle maintenance (allowing you to see how many miles are on your chain, tires, etc.). And, it tracks your important personal health statistics (weight, blood pressure, resting heart rate, etc.).
It features the easiest to use interface of any program that I'm aware of, and I'm constantly adding new features to it (I recently added a new "Goals" feature, and the ability to attach "links" to external digital photo files and websites to each ride, and to each Goal).
You can download a free, fully functional, 30-day trial version from the website ( http://www.CycliStats.com ).
great work! nicely done. thanks!Originally Posted by clintthayer