Multi-File/Range Analysis(MFRA) is a new feature in Version 3.0 that allows you to overlay workouts or ranges of a workout on top of each other. Want to compare all 10 of those hill intervals to each other and look at them graphically? This is the place to do it. Want to compare one entire ride to another and see how the data compares visually to another? This is the place. Multi-File/Range analysis works best when you select an exact range of data and compare it to another exact range.
You can create a MFRA in two ways.
1-'Linking' ranges of data together from within the graph view.
2-Sending a workout to a MFRA and then opening another workout and "adding" that workout to the first one.
Let's teach you how to do each!
#1- Linking ranges of data together from within the graph view.
A. First, you need to create a range(s) inside a workout on the Graph page. Once you have created the ranges of data that you want to further examine, then you need to 'Link' them together. (for a full review on Linking ranges, please click here ) .
B. After you have linked the ranges together then, right click on one of the linked ranges and choose To Create a multi-file/range.
C. Name the MFRA and then click Ok.
D. The MFRA will show up on the LEFT NAVIGATION Window. Double Click on the TITLE of it to view it.
E. Now you can view the ranges overlaid on each other, along with the metrics for each.
#2 Sending a workout to a MFRA and then opening another workout and "adding" that workout to the first one.
A- Open a workout and right click on the ENTIRE WORKOUT and then choose "Create a MFRA".
B-Open the MFRA by doubling clicking on the Title of the MFRA you just created in order to become selected and able to have another one inserted into it.
C-Open the second workout and then RIGHT Click on the 'Entire Workout'.
D-Choose "Add to MFRA: Name of MFRA you are adding to".
E- Double click on the Title of the MFRA to view it.