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Project Description

m26 - calculations for sports like running, cycling, and swimming

Features

  • Create Distances in either miles, kilometers, or yards.
  • Translates Distances to the other units of measure.
  • Specify ElapsedTime either in ‘hh:mm:ss’ strings, or int second values.
  • Calculates Speed from a given Distance and ElapsedTime - per mile, per kilometer, and per yard.
  • Calculates pace_per_mile and seconds_per_mile for a given Speed.
  • Projects one Speed to another Distance with either a simple or algorithmic formula.
  • RunWalkCalculator calculates pace and mph from given time intervals and paces.
  • Calculates the Age of person, and age_graded times.
  • Calculates five standard heart-rate training zones based on Age.

Quick start

Installation:

$ pip install m26

Use:

>>> import m26

>>> d1 = m26.Distance(26.2)
>>> d1
<Distance value:26.2 uom:m>
>>> d1.as_miles()
26.2
>>> d1.as_kilometers()
42.1648128
>>> d1.as_yards()
46112.0

>>> d2 = m26.Distance(50.0, m26.Constants.uom_kilometers())
>>> d2
<Distance value:50.0 uom:k>

>>> d3 = m26.Distance(7040, m26.Constants.uom_yards())
>>> d3
<Distance value:7040.0 uom:y>

>>> d4 = m26.Distance(10.0, m26.Constants.uom_kilometers())
>>> d4.add(d1)
>>> d4
<Distance value:52.1648128 uom:k>
>>> d4.subtract(d3)
>>> d4
<Distance value:45.7274368 uom:k>

>>> t1 = m26.ElapsedTime('3:47:30')
>>> t1
<ElapsedTime hh:3.0 mm:47.0 ss:30.0 secs:13650.0>

>>> t2 = m26.ElapsedTime(3662)
>>> t2
<ElapsedTime hh:1 mm:1 ss:2.0 secs:3662.0>

>>> s = m26.Speed(d1, t1)
>>> s
<Speed dist:<Distance value:26.2 uom:m> etime:<ElapsedTime hh:3.0 mm:47.0 ss:30.0 secs:13650.0>>

>>> s.mph()
6.90989010989011

>>> s.kph()
11.120390189010989

>>> s.yph()
12161.406593406595

>>> s.seconds_per_mile()
520.9923664122138

>>> s.pace_per_mile()
'8:40.99'

>>> s.projected_time(d2, 'simple')
'04:29:46'

>>> s.projected_time(d2, 'riegel')
'04:32:32'

>>> result = m26.RunWalkCalculator.calculate('2:30', '9:16', '0:45', '17:00', 31.0)
>>> result
{
  "avg_mph": 5.4292343387471,
  "avg_ppm": "11:03.07",
  "miles": 31.0,
  "proj_miles": 31.0,
  "proj_time": "05:42:35",
  "run_hhmmss": "2:30",
  "run_ppm": "9:16",
  "walk_hhmmss": "0:45",
  "walk_ppm": "17:00"
}

>>> a = m26.AgeCalculator.calculate('1960-10-01', '2015-10-18')
>>> a
<Age value:55.044490075290895>

>>> a2 = m26.Age(58.1)
>>> a2
<Age value:58.1>

>>> graded = s.age_graded(a, a2)
>>> graded
<Speed dist:<Distance value:26.2 uom:m> etime:<ElapsedTime hh:3 mm:51 ss:47.61402391772026 secs:13907.61402391772>>

>>> zones = a2.training_zones()
>>> zones
[
  {
    "age": 58.1,
    "max": 161.9,
    "pct_max": 0.95,
    "pulse": 153.805,
    "zone": 1
  },
  {
    "age": 58.1,
    "max": 161.9,
    "pct_max": 0.9,
    "pulse": 145.71,
    "zone": 2
  },
  {
    "age": 58.1,
    "max": 161.9,
    "pct_max": 0.85,
    "pulse": 137.615,
    "zone": 3
  },
  {
    "age": 58.1,
    "max": 161.9,
    "pct_max": 0.8,
    "pulse": 129.52,
    "zone": 4
  },
  {
    "age": 58.1,
    "max": 161.9,
    "pct_max": 0.75,
    "pulse": 121.42500000000001,
    "zone": 5
  }
]

Source Code

See m26-py at GitHub .

Changelog

Version 0.1.0

  • 2015/10/31. Initial Production release.
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