[VHFcontesting] LogView - now online
tim.ei8ic at gmail.com
Wed Nov 9 02:40:21 EST 2005
I am pleased to announce that LogView is now online:
LogView is a post-contest log-visualisation tool, for analysing contest
It plots the QSOs in a Cabrillo-format contest-log on to one of 8 different
maps by finding the position of each QSO from an online database of about
970,000 W/VE callsigns.
You can step through the log manually, or animate the contest at a range of
speeds and watch QSOs build up in the order that you made them.
You can annotate each spot with a callsign-label, keep a running count of
Multipliers worked, display all or selected bands, compare your QSOs with
published contest results, highlight gaps in your antenna coverage, search
the log and spotlight results on the map, see position, distance, and
bearing information for each QSO, save the map for offline viewing and
The following contests are supported by LogView: ARRL-10 ARRL-160 ARRL-DX-CW
ARRL-DX-SSB ARRL-RTTY ARRL-SS-CW ARRL-SS-SSB ARRL-VHF-JAN ARRL-VHF-JUN
ARRL-VHF-SEP ARRL-UHF-AUG CQ-160-CW CQ-160-SSB CQ-WPX-CW CQ-WPX-RTTY
CQ-WPX-SSB CQ-VHF CQ-WW-CW CQ-WW-RTTY CQ-WW-SSB IARU-HF NAQP-CW NAQP-RTTY
NAQP-SSB RSGB-IOTA STEW-PERRY TARA-RTTY
Try it out now with your latest Sweepstakes log !!
LogView also has a separate, dedicated Results-Viewer, that lets you create
a map of the published contest results, and compare them to the results of
other contests. See the 'Results' page for further details. There are
currently 66 post-2001 contests that you can look at...
73s Tim EI8IC
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