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CycleAtlas

CycleAtlas is a cycling diary based on a custom road atlas. It can be used to store or to plan new rides. Functions includes generation of planimetry, profiles, and route time tables of rides. A map editor is included, in order to create a custom road map.

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  •  28 Sep 2005 12:18

    Release Notes: The program can now be used for sports other than cycling, or simply to collect route information, by using a different form template. A form editor was added to manage custom fields. Statistics and charts were added. A search by route function was added.

    •  16 Dec 2004 14:01

      Release Notes: This upgrade adds a simple raster image calibration dialog and fixes some map editor bugs.

      •  17 Nov 2004 11:57

        Release Notes: This release completes some previous missing features, like rides archive storage and management of ride data (date, distance, time, etc). It adds a 3D map viewer, some options for customizing the roadmap layer, such as by using spline lines to display roads. A new layer that is able to display one or more raster images was added. Road distances can now be manually corrected; profiles can be displayed with more or less details, in order to reduce noise. An export profile image function was added.

        •  13 Jul 2004 15:27

          Release Notes: This release adds undo/redo support and fixes some bugs in the map editor.

          •  27 May 2004 13:45

            Release Notes: This release contains a simple ride manager that can display ride maps and profiles. A startup dialog has been introduced in order to select either the map editor or the ride manager mode. GPS tracks (in GPX format) can be imported into the map editor as new roads. Some bugs were fixed (init directory for download raster maps, export road maps).

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