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 Post subject: Mac Travel Recorder export types
PostPosted: Sun 30 Mar, 2008 14:42 
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Hi,

Is there a possibility to export the data from my iBlue 747 to csv data?
I now only see google earth and gpx, but csv would be useful, because I use it to make plots in a spreadsheet.

Great program BTW.

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 Post subject: Re: Mac Travel Recorder export types
PostPosted: Sun 30 Mar, 2008 16:58 
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Aiolos wrote:
Is there a possibility to export the data from my iBlue 747 to csv data?

Such an option is not available.



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Will it be available in any future releases? For example the whole table which is visible in the program.


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Aiolos wrote:
Will it be available in any future releases?

Sorry, it's against our policy to discuss future developments.



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Well, I don't think it is so hard to implement. A simple exact copy of the displayed table, with comma's between the values.

So long, I have to use my windows machine to get the data out of my Iblue...


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 Post subject: Re: Mac Travel Recorder export types
PostPosted: Wed 09 Apr, 2008 23:39 
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Aiolos wrote:
Is there a possibility to export the data from my iBlue 747 to csv data?


CSV-Export is available in the latest version (now online).



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 Post subject: Big numbers testet?
PostPosted: Wed 09 Jul, 2008 19:33 
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I want to log a 3-week-safari in Botswana.
I think the settings with auto log every 30 sec should be detailed enough.
Running the iBlue747 about 12 hours each day, the number of logged points would be about 30'000.
Does anybody have some experiences with that number of points. Can Travelrecorder handle that?
Is it possible to connect all the points to one big tour?

Thanks for help


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 Post subject: Re: Mac Travel Recorder export types
PostPosted: Sun 17 Aug, 2008 11:48 
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CSV-Export is available in the latest version (now online).

When I export to CSV, numbers (eg Lat and Long) use a decimal ',' and this is seen as a separator in Excel. Consequently these numbers are also 'separated' in a spreadsheet.

Is there a setting or work-around to avoid this?

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 Post subject: Re: Mac Travel Recorder export types
PostPosted: Sun 17 Aug, 2008 12:02 
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macbelly wrote:
When I export to CSV, numbers (eg Lat and Long) use a decimal ',' and this is seen as a separator in Excel. Consequently these numbers are also 'separated' in a spreadsheet.

Is there a setting or work-around to avoid this?

Sure, during the import process you should tell Excel that the file uses a comma as a decimal point.



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