Purpose: show details on part(s) of one or more current and historic tracks.
The Report subpage - or just 'Report' - opens from:
The back button in the green navigation bar displays as:
Functionality is independant on opening menu. The report content is based on:
The report is static, i.e. it doesn't change even when opened from a).
The view zooms in when pinching outward, and then zooms out when pinching inward.
It has a blue heading followed by:
If the last number is less than two, the summary ends: 'Too few plots for details'. Otherwise it continues with calculations and accumulations of:
*) Only calculated when Whole tracks says 'Yes': Sails time for each track is calculated as the time from events where a Sails attribute signals 'sails set', i.e. is one of the following:
**) Only calculated when Whole tracks says 'Yes': engine time for each track is calculated as the time from events where a Engine attribute signals 'engine running', i.e. is one of the following:
After the summary comes the:
The report has two style formats: Simple and Fancy. The style is determined by a button in the green navigation bar at the top, which switches between being aand a button.
The page is scrolled somewhat and displays the end of the first track followed by the beginning of the second track:
The track sections are ordered chronological and grouped by tracks. The individual tracks may be whole or not, depending on time range coverage. For each track the report comprises:
For each event, its text-note, timestamp, latitude + longitude, Hrs-Dist-Avs calculations and details (attribute values) is shown.
As in maps, the Hrs-Dist-Avs (time, distance and average speed) calculations are relative to departure (not applicable for the first plot)
The Fancy style starts with a Report summary exactly as above. But the report body is very different:
Above, the average speed decreases at the red color in the Hrs-Dist-Avs column. This is also seen in the Report snippet example.
On a small screen - like the one on iPhone SE above - horizontal scrolling is needed to see the details - or pinching to get an overlook.
At the relevant place, a black MaxSpeed line appears - though not shown above.
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