Performance chart for races

For ambitious runners, the main focus is on results. New best times want to be run and above all, for example, the 10 km best time is to be run afterwards on the half-marathon track. But is the person in a position to do this at all, or is there a lack of basic speed […]

Support for RunScribe metrics

More and more data can be recorded while running. Many new devices to try to learn more about the running style and the forces that actually occur. One promising project is RunScribe. With one RS+ Pod each on the left and right, four new metrics can be recorded in addition to the step frequency and […]

Announcement: No more support for import/export tool as of 10.03.2018

Note: This announcement is not relevant for users who only use our official version at RUNALYZE.com. We want to take further important steps forward this year, in order to be able to offer you even more features in the future. One step of this will be a change in the storage of the complete activity […]

Looking Ahead to 2018

Dear RUNALYZE user, we hope you had a merry Christmas! Retroperspective Sadly we couldn’t reach our personal goal for 2017 to get an automatic synchronisation with other platforms. Besides the always valid limitation of us working on RUNALYZE only during leisure time, we had to refactor the activity parser, activity form and upload process to […]

Follow athletes via RSS feed

Some say it’s a technology of the past, but we think it’s still interesting. As you know we don’t have community features yet, but still want to give anyone the opportunity to follow other athletes. And the best thing: You don’t need to have an account at Runalyze to follow other athletes.         To […]

Runalyze v4.2 – Changes

New feature: Climb Score Climbing a mountain in running shoes or on the bike is always something special – not just since riders at the Tour de France show us how to conquer the toughest mountains. From now on, RUNALYZE will categorize all climbs in your activities and analyze them, from little hills of the […]

Runalyze v4.1 – Changes

Revised configuration of your sport and activity type settings Forms for configuring sports and activity types have been revised completely. Every sport has now its own form and related activity types appear on every sports form. Furthermore, sports can be linked to our internally specified sports. This allows us to assign your imported activities to […]

Runalyze v4.0 – What’s new?

Our new version is currently being tested and the major version change to 4.0 indicates that there are some crucial changes under the hood. In our case, that are new installation requirements (long-lasting tasks will be passed to a queue) and the removal of vdot features. Removal of VDOT features Dr. Jack Daniels and his […]

Runalyze v3.2 – Whats new?

The major changes we’ve done for version 3.2 happened in the core system and you will not recognize them directly.       New: ANOVA tool Values are visualized with so-called ‘box plots’. They give an impression of how values of a group are distributed. The middle 50% of all values are within the box itself […]

Visualizing your running year 2016

The year 2016 is over and we have a little gimmick for you: Our goal at RUNALYZE is to provide not only a good analysis of your activities, but also some gimmickry. We’ve created three posters for you based on your running data of 2016: A heatmap which shows all your running tracks of the […]