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HONOR ROLL TIMINGS
dljbelle
#1 Posted : Thursday, April 05, 2012 7:22:16 AM(UTC)
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Does anyone know if all the timings listed in the Honor Roll are done with lasers or are some done by stop watch?
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#2 Posted : Thursday, April 05, 2012 9:14:05 AM(UTC)

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Marks that have an (h) by them are handtimed, everything else is laser-timed to the best of our knowledge.
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, April 11, 2012 10:00:22 AM(UTC)

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On the track meet results page, what does the HR column stand for on the schedule tab? Some are into the hundreds.
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#4 Posted : Wednesday, April 11, 2012 12:10:05 PM(UTC)

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a fan wrote:
On the track meet results page, what does the HR column stand for on the schedule tab? Some are into the hundreds.

That is the number of results from that meet that were entered into our Honor Roll database. Meets that we receive HyTek sheets in html format we are able to use an automated importer which enters all the results from those meets automatically, saving us a ton of time. Meets that we receive pdf forms or handwritten result sheets for we enter manually into the database. Doing so is very labor intensive and we generally only enter the top 1 or 2 (maybe 5-8 depending on size of the meet) from each event into the database.
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#5 Posted : Wednesday, April 11, 2012 12:25:35 PM(UTC)

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travis wrote:
a fan wrote:
On the track meet results page, what does the HR column stand for on the schedule tab? Some are into the hundreds.

That is the number of results from that meet that were entered into our Honor Roll database. Meets that we receive HyTek sheets in html format we are able to use an automated importer which enters all the results from those meets automatically, saving us a ton of time. Meets that we receive pdf forms or handwritten result sheets for we enter manually into the database. Doing so is very labor intensive and we generally only enter the top 1 or 2 (maybe 5-8 depending on size of the meet) from each event into the database.


So a meet like the Holmen Empire Invitational had 425 results entered in the "database" per the auto input function, not necessarily 425 on the printed Honor Roll. Thanks,,I was wondering about that.
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#6 Posted : Wednesday, April 11, 2012 1:17:51 PM(UTC)

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a fan wrote:
travis wrote:
a fan wrote:
On the track meet results page, what does the HR column stand for on the schedule tab? Some are into the hundreds.

That is the number of results from that meet that were entered into our Honor Roll database. Meets that we receive HyTek sheets in html format we are able to use an automated importer which enters all the results from those meets automatically, saving us a ton of time. Meets that we receive pdf forms or handwritten result sheets for we enter manually into the database. Doing so is very labor intensive and we generally only enter the top 1 or 2 (maybe 5-8 depending on size of the meet) from each event into the database.


So a meet like the Holmen Empire Invitational had 425 results entered in the "database" per the auto input function, not necessarily 425 on the printed Honor Roll. Thanks,,I was wondering about that.

Correct. The printable Honor Roll only has the top 20 for the entire season from each event. Our online Honor Roll can be sorted by a number of different filters, so times that may not show on the main HR may still show up if you sort by region, sectional, division, age group, or conference.
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#7 Posted : Monday, April 23, 2012 9:22:31 AM(UTC)

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travis wrote:
a fan wrote:
travis wrote:
a fan wrote:
On the track meet results page, what does the HR column stand for on the schedule tab? Some are into the hundreds.

That is the number of results from that meet that were entered into our Honor Roll database. Meets that we receive HyTek sheets in html format we are able to use an automated importer which enters all the results from those meets automatically, saving us a ton of time. Meets that we receive pdf forms or handwritten result sheets for we enter manually into the database. Doing so is very labor intensive and we generally only enter the top 1 or 2 (maybe 5-8 depending on size of the meet) from each event into the database.


So a meet like the Holmen Empire Invitational had 425 results entered in the "database" per the auto input function, not necessarily 425 on the printed Honor Roll. Thanks,,I was wondering about that.

Correct. The printable Honor Roll only has the top 20 for the entire season from each event. Our online Honor Roll can be sorted by a number of different filters, so times that may not show on the main HR may still show up if you sort by region, sectional, division, age group, or conference.



Does the Sectional HR need to be turned on or something ? Seems to still have last years data there.
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#8 Posted : Monday, April 23, 2012 9:25:27 AM(UTC)

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a fan wrote:
travis wrote:
a fan wrote:
travis wrote:
a fan wrote:
On the track meet results page, what does the HR column stand for on the schedule tab? Some are into the hundreds.

That is the number of results from that meet that were entered into our Honor Roll database. Meets that we receive HyTek sheets in html format we are able to use an automated importer which enters all the results from those meets automatically, saving us a ton of time. Meets that we receive pdf forms or handwritten result sheets for we enter manually into the database. Doing so is very labor intensive and we generally only enter the top 1 or 2 (maybe 5-8 depending on size of the meet) from each event into the database.


So a meet like the Holmen Empire Invitational had 425 results entered in the "database" per the auto input function, not necessarily 425 on the printed Honor Roll. Thanks,,I was wondering about that.

Correct. The printable Honor Roll only has the top 20 for the entire season from each event. Our online Honor Roll can be sorted by a number of different filters, so times that may not show on the main HR may still show up if you sort by region, sectional, division, age group, or conference.



Does the Sectional HR need to be turned on or something ? Seems to still have last years data there.

Yeah, it should be switched over today or tomorrow now that there are enough marks in the database to fill the different sectional lists.
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#9 Posted : Monday, May 21, 2012 8:41:21 PM(UTC)

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