Better y-axis for Speed Analysis Graph

In brief: the y-axis on the speed ride analysis graph is appallingly bad.

No matter what speed you go, or what your variation in speed is over the course of the segment, all you see is a flat line.  Underneath this is the even more useless estimated power graph.  Please ditch the estimated power graph and scale the y-axis showing speed of the entire view, so that I can actually see my variation in speed.  Additionally, when I view a segment, please start the x-axis time at zero at the start of the segment (I don't want to see the accumulative ride time, only segment time).

The graphs on the Android app are much better than the ones online as the graphs are scaled appropriately.

Hope you will consider.

Thanks.

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  • Please allow us to  adjust the Y-Axis or zoom in. The actual power graph is way to shallow and smooth. I still have to use Garmin Connect, which allows zooming to adjust to share with Coach

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  • It would also be really nice to be able to adjust the scale of the pace (the right side y-axis on the elevation profile plot).  On a recent race when I stopped at an aid station my pace went to ~1 hour/mile, which makes the pace almost unreadable for the other 99% where I was running.

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  • I am also having problems analyzing rides / training data as the vertical scale for power ranges for example from 36 to 400 W.

    Would be helpful if we can set this to 150-250 for example, or if it adjusts automaticall based on the min-max in the selected range.

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  • ...the speed graph remains utterly useless!

    On the android app I can clearly see my speed changing of the course of the segment, on the dashboard the speed line is basically flat, even where the variation is up to 10mph.

    Strangely, and conversely, the smoothing is much higher on the android app., yet on the dashboard the granularity is much higher [better] (I can see where I've been stationary).

    The graphs on the dashboard look very pretty, but are useless for gaining any insight into performance, which is surely their purpose?!

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  • Sometimes I have trouble identifying the exact point I hit my max speed as the height of the y axis is small. Maybe a expand out into a new window would work to fix this
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    • Charles suggested this on january 22 2015:
    • I am also having problems analyzing rides / training data as the vertical scale for power ranges for example from 36 to 400 W. 
      Would be helpful if we can set this to 150-250 for example, or if it adjusts automaticall based on the min-max in the selected range.

    I really wish that strava would auto adjeust the scale of the graph based on the selection of the ride I'm looking at to anyalyse. When I record a long ride with a warm-up with an HR of 110bpm or something and some hill climbs or strong efforts varying between 175 and 185bpm (around my Functional Treshold HR) this will show as an almost flatline and it is impossible to see how well I paced myself on certain segments or parts of the ride.

    I have no power meter yet, but I can imagine the same goes for those charts. Speed is less relevant in my opinion, but still would benefit from a "dynamic" scale.

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  • I'd love to have this looked at as well. The "analysis" page is absolutely horrible when looking at a slow segment. When my speed varies from 10-15km/h over the segment but the y-axis has the maximum speed of my ride ~60km/h the entire graph is basically a flat line. Conversely for a high speed descent, I really don't need the y axis to start at zero! We're all interested in seeing the finer details of our speed variation when analysing segments. Same goes for HR as others have mentioned. When analysing a segment, I'd also love to see a more detailed elevation profile of the segment, rather than just highlighting it in the ride.

     

    The old version of the strava website had the analysis much more polished. I'm surprised the "Analysis" page from the new site has remained so useless for so long - hoping this gets some attention soon.

     

     

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  • Also it would be great if the series that I have chosen to plot (in this case the heartrate) was shown on the y axis!

     

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  • I cannot believe these things have not bee sorted yet.

    I am glad I have only got trial membership

    If Strava is wary of making the UI too complicated, then perhaps a user setting could enabled advanced stuff.

     

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