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    Weight Range Chart, Google Spreadsheet

    From the "weight ranges" thread, I put together a quick SS with chart, need some data:

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...1E&usp=sharing

    Should be able to input your bike's info, I put a bunch of made-up numbers in, except for my trek, just to make sure the chart would work. With some real info we can re-vamp the chart to make ranges for light/heavy spectrums etc.

    Anyone with Spreadsheet-fu want to help improve it?

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    What are you trying to achieve?
    A graph with all bikes and weights or something that could tell in what category your bike is in?

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    the latter. With enough real-world info, it should be pretty accurate. May be even better with a finished/in progress selection etc, but it's a start. I have no grand plans for this, just a half-baked idea. I thought I'd see where it would lead.

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    So you want a spreadsheet to compare your bike against others.
    The problem I forsee with the current model is having 10000 bars across the board.
    Comming up with just simple ranges of numbers to know if its on the WW category or on the fat bastards would be easier.

    You will need to configure the show and hide of graphics across the board.

    Btw my factory bike is a 26" Scott scale 899 2011 and came at 6.9kg without pedals.
    You can had that there.

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    It came from this thread:

    Weight scales, what do you think?

    since each type of bike will have a different weight range to be considered "weenie" vs "heavy" etc. I tried to make a scatter-plot, but it wouldn't let me, presumably because it's not X,Y but name/value.

    Maybe total cost v. weight would give a good scatter plot, and color it for the type of bike.... not sure the best way to organize it.

    the type tabs are unlocked, so people can enter data if they like, to get some real-world numbers.

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    Seems better now but what about "wheel size"? Should that be there?
    In my opinion NO. keep it simple

    thanks. Just checked you put it in!

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