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theotherside 11-09-2020 02:03 AM

Custom pps
 
Anyone aware of a pp generator or program that uses the bris data file and displays bris data E1,E2,lp and so on and would let you choose a paceline on each horse and then print out the data.So output like the bris ultimate pp but 1 paceline per horse.

gm10 11-09-2020 06:24 AM

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Originally Posted by theotherside (Post 2671921)
Anyone aware of a pp generator or program that uses the bris data file and displays bris data E1,E2,lp and so on and would let you choose a paceline on each horse and then print out the data.So output like the bris ultimate pp but 1 paceline per horse.

I've worked on something like that in the past. If there are more people who want it, I can resurrect it.

Ghostrider5 11-09-2020 01:59 PM

Custom PP
 
Yes, I would be interested in the custom pp software.

Ghostrider5

theotherside 11-09-2020 03:24 PM

Custom past performance
 
Very interested in what you may have.

eqitec 11-10-2020 11:16 AM

Custom PPs
 
3 Attachment(s)
Do you mean something as shown on these three images?

In the 1st image, checking off the paceline or lines on the left generates the horse's BRIS pace figs on the right and the info graphic in the 2nd image.
That then generates the Pace Analysis in the 3rd image. (All raw fractions are not shown, but they are there in the background.)

But, after all this work, I have not found this to be helpful ONLY when the paceline or lines selected are the same surface, distance and track condition as the race being handicapped. I suspect that the BRIS pace pars are not reliably transferrable from one surface, distance & track conditions to others.

Unless there is some other reason I am missing, I'd advise caution before spending too much time on this, especially for the Class A tracks where very often there are no pacelines which meet the criteria of being the same distance, surface and track condition as the race being handicapped.

gm10 11-10-2020 02:52 PM

I'll have a look on Thursday and get back to you.

I'm not 100% familiar with the BRIS products - so I may need some help with which numbers to display, etc.

Just to warn you, it only works for Microsoft-based PCs.

theotherside 11-10-2020 06:41 PM

Custom past performance
 
What I am looking for would be the Bris ppg generator ultimate pps but I want to just chose one or two pacelines then print the race with only my chosen lines.No math no work just the ultimate pps with one or two lines that I chose then and the printout.

gm10 11-12-2020 11:45 AM

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Originally Posted by theotherside (Post 2672448)
What I am looking for would be the Bris ppg generator ultimate pps but I want to just chose one or two pacelines then print the race with only my chosen lines.No math no work just the ultimate pps with one or two lines that I chose then and the printout.

Can you give me an example using Saturday's card at Del Mar?

Ideally, I'd like to have a screenshot with some highlighting on it that shows me what you want printed.


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