Someone help me?
Why not my cadence of steps per minute is published in Strava?
When I finish the workout I can see this data in mySport, but not in Strava. Other watches like Garmin o Suunto do it.
Am I doing something wrong?
An alternative to fixing the export issue would be to show cadence on the graph in TomTom MySports.
Currently we just get one average value for the whole run. The graph can display Pace, Speed, Elevation, yet not cadence.
Also, that one average value is made even more useless because it counts the times you weren't moving. Due to TomTom having no auto-pause, and MySports having nothing that sorts out moving from non-moving, all it takes is stopping to cross a busy road or to tie you laces and you effectively have no working cadence at all.
I just had a quick look through the export files for my last run.
The TCX, PWX, GPX, CSV and KML files are human readable but I can't see any cadence anywhere. Which is probably why Strava can't show it. It also means I can't even make my own web app to show my cadence graph.
I assume there's some more useful data in the TTBIN file but that's binary so who knows.
tfarabaugh is right, thanks for the info!
As you say, without the decimal we can't do a per-second graph because it would just be making jumps of 60. But we could average it out over several seconds. I just calculated mine over each kilometre, it's not going to be incredibly precise but it's still pretty neat to see my cadence for each KM split.
I think maybe I didn't notice that cycles column because on mine it just shows 0 for the first several rows. After the zeros it shows a higher number, and then it sets into 2's, 3's and 4's as you would expect. So maybe I could group it into 10 second chunks and make a graph from that. (Or maybe something larger like 1 minute chunks, will have to test).