RunStat Home Page



Version 3.0 January 1995
This page was last revised 16 July 2000


Introduction

RunStat3 is a Windows program which runners may find useful. The main window for the program is a pace calculator. You enter the distance and time for your run and then RunStat3 calculates your pace for your run and finishing times for a large set of distances and times. For example, if you ran a 10k run, RunStat3 would list finishing times for 1 mile, 5k, 10k, 1/2 marathon, marathon, etc (you can also add your own custom entries as well). Two listing for finishing times are presented, one based on running at constant pace and a 'realistic' estimate which accounts for slowing your pace the longer you run.

RunStat3 also supports an ascii logbook in which users can keep a record of all their runs. RunStat3 includes a searching, plotting and statistics calculator so that you can search your log book and plot all your times for a given course, or total your mileage for each pair of shoes or make other plots. There is almost no limit to the number of entries you can place in your log file for tracking your runs (e.g temperature, weight, avg. heart rate, course, shoes, etc.)

RunStat3 has a large helpfile which explains the use of the program and which also contains additional information which runners may find useful. Included in the help file is a listing of world records, weight loss information, internet running info and the complete rec.running faq file.


Screen Shots

Click on the screen shots below to obtain a bigger picture

Main Sceen

This is the main RunStat screen which shows your pace and estimated finishing for a number of different distances and times.

LogBook

RunStat uses and ASCII logbook. This screen shot shows a windows notepad view of a typical log book

Plot

This shows a typical plot which can be obtained when you do a search of your log book.

Calculator

There are a few other accessories which come with RunStat, one of these, the time calculator is shown here.


System Requirements

This program runs under Microsoft Windows 3.1, Win95, Win98 and WinNT. When installed the program occupies about 1.5 megs of space on a hard disk. The program was written before Microsoft Win95 came out and does not support all the features of Win95 (most notably long filenames and the nicer helpfiles in Win95 apps). However, like most Win3.1 applications it seems to run just fine in Win95. Eventually I'll come out with version 4.0 and switch to true Win95 product.


Costs

RunStat is entirely free. Download a copy here, give a copy to friends, do whatever you want with the program, just don't charge for it.


Obtaining A Copy

The easiest way to get a copy of the software is to download it right now.

RunStat3 (from this site)

When you download the program you'll end up with a zip file. The zip file contains a compressed version of all the program files needed for RunStat. Before you can run the file, you'll need to unzip it. There are many many programs for unzipping a file The easiest method might be to ask a friend to unzip the program (the uncompressed files will fit onto one floppy disk). If you can't find a friend to do it for you then you'll need to download a unzip program. I'd recommend getting a copy of WinZip), you'll probably end up using in the future to unzip other programs as well.

As a Last Resort, if you can't get the program off my web site or cannot unzip it you still have the option of my mailing a copy out to you. In this case, send $5.00 to:

Scott Diamond & Cats
6620 SW Hyland Way
Beaverton OR, 97008-5035

I'll then try and mail out a copy within a couple of days of getting the money from you.



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