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Edit segment speed data

Postby AndyPoms » Mon Nov 19, 2012 6:41 pm

Is there anyway to edit the speed data WME shows for a segment? I just found several segments in an area with speeds in the 1500-2000mph range right next to much more believable data (10-20 mph). These were effecting routing...
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Re: Edit segment speed data

Postby AndyPoms » Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:39 am

bgodette wrote:
bz2012 wrote:Not that I know of.
I suggest deleting the segment and drag/stretch an existing segment that has realistic data to cover the gap.
Or you know, realize it's indeterminate data and either permalink, F5, or pan/zoom around far enough to cause a features fetch. Every time you save, the objects you've modified will have indeterminate data for any synthetic attribute such as speed data, doing anything that causes a features fetch will clear it.
I F5-ed several times and panned across the state and back at least once because I didn't believe the data. It didn't change at all...
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Re: Edit segment speed data

Postby AndyPoms » Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:56 am

bgodette wrote:Link?
Already rebuilt the area...
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Re: Edit segment speed data

Postby bgodette » Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:36 am

bz2012 wrote:Not that I know of.
I suggest deleting the segment and drag/stretch an existing segment that has realistic data to cover the gap.
Or you know, realize it's indeterminate data and either permalink, F5, or pan/zoom around far enough to cause a features fetch. Every time you save, the objects you've modified will have indeterminate data for any synthetic attribute such as speed data, doing anything that causes a features fetch will clear it.
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Re: Edit segment speed data

Postby bgodette » Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:42 am

AndyPoms wrote:
bgodette wrote:
bz2012 wrote:Not that I know of.
I suggest deleting the segment and drag/stretch an existing segment that has realistic data to cover the gap.
Or you know, realize it's indeterminate data and either permalink, F5, or pan/zoom around far enough to cause a features fetch. Every time you save, the objects you've modified will have indeterminate data for any synthetic attribute such as speed data, doing anything that causes a features fetch will clear it.
I F5-ed several times and panned across the state and back at least once because I didn't believe the data. It didn't change at all...
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Re: Edit segment speed data

Postby bz2012 » Mon Nov 19, 2012 7:00 pm

Not that I know of.
I suggest deleting the segment and drag/stretch an existing segment that has realistic data to cover the gap.
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