Not sure how much traction this will gain, but here goes! So I’ve been messing around with Python this year just for fun and to learn something new (the last time I coded was in a Java semester course back in 1999 lol).
For a noob, I’m doing ok with some basic tasks, basically extracting data from my strava (primarily using stravalib) and being able to load fit files for analysis (using fitparse) and then using a visualization tool like bokeh or dash to graph it out (I even have the foundations of a DC Rainmaker style analysis tool with overlaid power files).
I’ve also been messing around with Django as a way to make all of this more web-based. Basically, I’m reinventing the wheel here since there are so many options to upload and analyze ride data out there! But it’s a learning exercise and maybe by doing this then maybe I can get into doing some more advanced things with data.
Anyhow, I know there are some other coders around here, and was curious if any would be interested in participating in sharing code snippets and solve stuff in relation to using bike data.
Here a couple of resources I’ve used to get myself going, my challenge now making the transition of these concepts into Django: