Splash Meet Manager 11 - FAQ. Please read this document carefully and run tests for your specific tasks, before you start to use the Meet. Manager 11 for a real. Meet Manager is a desktop software for data handling for swim meets. It offers all common functions to create start lists, result lists and other statistic reports (e.g. Miten asennan tiedon siirron Splash Meet Manager 11sta.
Just press the button. The app is an Club database, coaches tool, swimmers tool, parent or manager tool. You can create training groups and save all information to individual groups.
This way you will be able to select individual group and pull out any information that you need. Club records are automatically created every time you import meet results, mot only that you can generate club ranking by age, stroke or distance.
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The communication between coaches and swimmers or coaches - parents is being included in our app. As long all parties have iSwimManager you will be able to send files with anything that you save in your app.
Results, swimmers info, training plans and training results. If the swimmers does not have iSwimManager it is just as easy. Anything that Club, coaches need is there. There is no App on the marked at the moment that does even half of the functions that iSwimManager does.
The iSwimManager like to thank to all coaches that had an impact on design and production of the app. Coaches from all over the world come in to the party and the iSwimManager was created.
If you have a problem, please contact our online technical support vlrajcok gmail. It uses existing data from the Training Plan, Training, Results module. Training plan and volume data are taken from the Training Plan module. From the module Training attendance is taken. It is expected that the Training plan was modified to answer the actual implementation of training.
Base data For athletes, clubs and officials it is possible to have this data in a base database. Normally these tables are populated from sources from the internet. Use the Transfer - Import base data function for that. When you lookup an athlete, club or official, you can switch to the base table and select the item from there.
In this case, a copy of the item is made to the meet table. Because of the possible number of items in the base tables for athletes and officials, you have to type at least three characters of the lastname in the search field, before any items are displayed in the list.
Entries marked as bonus entries can be seeded last, after all regular entries. If an entry is marked as late entry, a custom additional entry fee will be added in the "Entry Fees by Clubs" report.
This fee can be set in the "General Meet Info". If an entry has this flag, it is not seeded in the prelims, but directly set for the final with the entry time for final seeding instead of the prelim time.
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If an entry has this marker, it is used in at least one team definition Entry Time and Qualification Time For each entry you have the entry time and course used for the seeding and in addition a qualification time with information date, city, name where it was achieved. For the seeding, only the fields entry time and entry course are relevant. In addition you should check the values in "General meet info", section "Qualification and Seeding" before you start to verify entry times.
There are different functions Module Entries to help you to verify the entry times. Check the document "Swimrankings. The function "Update Entry Times" Module Entries - Edit allows you to update entry times with the qualification times loaded from entries or swimrankings. On the Entry Exception report you may select to print all entries that do not match the qualification time. Then you can use the exported file as data source for a mail merge document in Word. For this proceed the following steps: In the header you have some global options.
Number between 1 and Name: The name for your scoring Options: Timing Systems All timing systems are controlled by a unified interface. In the results modul you can add as many instances for timing systems as you want. When using a bidirectional interfaces ARES 21, Omnisport you select the correct heat in the results module and then you call the "Get results" function. A request is sent to the timing system and the timing system should send back all results for the corresponding heat.
All unidirectional interfaces are organized differently now. The incoming results are still buffered in the background, not in memory RAM only, but in the active meet database as well. So even if the application stops, you will never loose this data. Transferring results to your meet entries works exactly the same way, as with bidirectional interfaces. Instead of sending a query to the timing interface, Meet Manager 11 reads the data from the buffered results in the meet database.
This allows you to retreive the heats in any order you want and you can read heat results more than once. The following list gives you an overview of the avaliable timing system and the current state of implementation. For testing you may use the "Integrated Test Timing System". This allows you to simulate the data for an unidirectional timing system. The file only contains the final time but no split times. Here is an example with the meaning of the different parts: The number of the meet data set.
Normally this is a session. It has to be selected in the timing setup dialog. The race id number. This is a unique number per meet data set.
Unfortunately in the current version of Dolphin Wireless, event and heat number are always zero in the file names. Therefore the default action for "Get results" is the heat select dialog, where you can select a file from the list Generic Txt heat files This timing system interface expects txt files one file per heat in the selected data directory.
If you have your own timing system, you may create such files and Meet Manager can import the data from there. The following filenames are valid: