Speed Histogram

When you import a recording from a file, TrailRunner mini can display a speed histogram. Please note the following information you can read from this graphical representation:

The white vertical lines represent split intervals. These depend on the distance of your recording and may be 500, 1000 or more meters each.
The blue horizontal line with the white circles displays your average speed within that split interval.
The gray area around the blue line describes the lowest and highest speed ranges within a split interval. This means that your speed was always within the gray area whereas your average speed followed the blue line.
When you select a spot, the lower information displays the absolute speed there, whereas the selection of a horizontal range displays the average within the selection.
When you click into the graph, a measure scale overlay appears displaying a grid to compare speed values within the overall recording.