Please create a feature that automatically throws out bad data.
Most athletes get bad data from their HRM and power meter sometimes, some more than others. It would be great if TP would automatically filter out and discard data that's way out side the norm, like power and HR >10-15% more than previously established peaks.
Thank you for the feedback. This is a common request and has been added to that project’s feedback.
Future opportunities have not been added to our road map yet, but we are actively collecting feedback which contributes to the prioritization process. We do not want to set up false expectations and want to make sure that there is awareness that this update currently is not prioritized and does not have an ETA.
Bill N commented
I concur -- I just filed a similar request (to ignore heart rate data that is obviously bad/erroneous, like data this is >> a person's max heart rate or data that is exactly the same for >> 10 minutes.
(Happens all the time for me when using wrist-based devices -- all Apple Watches and even Garmin.)
Meghan Canfield commented
I have an athletes data that is strange. He did some 800s on the track. His splits are right, but the pace and distance is very odd. Such as, average pace is 0:39 for .52 miles....or average pace is 4:45, and he is running them in 3 minutes. His strava output looks correct. The paces on TP table are as low as 39s per mile. Humanly impossible.