For now, this will display extended data as I tweak the internal algorithm. It indicates your current HR level as compared to the EXPECTED HR, at the POWER you are generating. So, this requires that you have both HR and POWER. Here is a detailed look at the internals.</p><p></p><p>https://www.facebook.com/notes/dave-brillhart/a-temperature-gauge-for-a-cyclists-internal-engine/10155680479642073/
v3.0.2: Minor fixes</p><p>v3.0: Stress metric is now based on your BASELINE for the activity (locked in after 9 readings). Variance from Expected HR also shown (E:)</p><p>v2.7: Some general improvements to the Baseline view</p><p>v2.6: Bug fix and improved algorithms</p><p>v2.5: Added BASELINE which is the HR-vs-EXPECTED during the time between 30 and 75 mins of your ride.</p><p>v2.4: Further r...
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