Just D&D a FS .csv file on the button or click the button for file selection. File will be uploaded automatically. The chart will open automatically on successful upload. 3D track viewing is available through the GE/Google Earth button in the upper right - same way to get back. The link to the track can be emailed via the button to the left. Tracks will be erased after 24 hours. If you want to keep a copy of the track from the viewer, simply make a screenshot. Thanks, Klaus/Paralog!
I just noticed some of the pictures are not showing. I will fix that tomorrow.
Was so happy that I figured out a way to upload the file without my webhost translating my page to japanese (or chinese or something) that I forgot to look at the links. Sigh... I'll try to fix it tomorrow
I am excited to have been involved with some of the work that Hellis has been doing to massage the Flysight data.
Look at page 4 and page 5 of this PDF. I don't know how helpful this will be to others, but at this point for me it is very helpful to review flight data. What you see, Hellis has not completely finished yet. But if you think this would be helpful, give some feedback please.
It has been a pleasure to have Dan onboard on this. He has helped me a lot with this, and we have made this really good now.
But as Dans picture indicate there will be a update soon that will be a milestone to me. Ever since I started with this code, back in 2008-2009? Yes long before Flysight was on the market. I had always wanted to bring a good map in to Excel where you could see the flight and the numbers. But it has been impossible
But a week ago we found out I had been thinking completly wrong. Instead of merging a map in to Excel, you could bring Excel to the map. So with the next version you will have all the data and graphs in Google Earth. Maring it possible to see the data in a whole new way. In my opinion it will be the best post-jump analyzing tool, but if you need logging too Paralog is still the one.
If you have any requests or questions, don't hesitate to ask.
Never heard of fusion tables before. I can't find any real examples of them when I did a quick search on the phone now, but I will see if I have time after work.
But the way I sloved it was perhaps a bit simpler, with extended data. So each point has extended data with all (relevant) data from the csv/Excelfile, so you can get the graphs by using the elevationprofile and the numbers by clicking on the line/point. Clicking on the line brings up a ballonpopup with the data.
Thanks to Dan, the problem with the template is now solved so I just need to implement it in the code and add the options in the settings. But it will still take a few hours to do, and I'm not sure I have that time tonight.
Yes, you can. But will the graph show your horizontal speed, vertical speed etc.? Or will it only show elevation and "Google Earth-speed". Never really understood what kind of speed it is GE shows in the graph, but it's not correct.
I have updated it now and uploaded the file, however there is a smal bug in it. I rememberd that when I went to bed.
I added support for extended data in the kml. Some bugfixes. And a updatecheck function.
And it's the update function that is the problem. It checks if there is a new version of the file avalible on my webpage and alerts the user. But because I forgot to change the versionnumber in the file itself it will believe there is a new version all the time. But it's just a yes/no question, and I will fix it after work.
If you install the file and have no other version installed you can use hard or easy way. But if you update you must use the hard way. Save the file in the addins folder (delete old version or replace), and that should be all. Just keep Excel closed while you copy/move the file