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Author Topic: KML/CSV Export vs. Automatic Logging
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Post KML/CSV Export vs. Automatic Logging
on: March 8, 2018 (GMT)

Gents (and Ladies?), I’ve been using Torque in my Porsche 987.1 for the last 3 years. Now that I’m renting my car out on Turo, I’m really interested to see what my guests are doing with my baby. I’ve noticed a couple of challenges to this while using Torque.

  • Auto upload to the Web Viewer at doesn’t relay all data that can be seen in Map View within the app
  • CSV export and subsequent import into G Maps only allows for points, meaning that trip data can only been seen as points, not a continuous line with selectable data points along it.
  • KML Points files can easily be over the 5MB limit for Google
  • KML Lines is only that – lines. It doesn’t seem to relay any data other than coordinates.

1.) Is there a way to get data over to G Maps to make it look identical to what is shown in the app?

2.) Better yet, can Torque’s Web Viewer be updated to show selected data on the map as it does within the app? BTW, I love the graph function. It would be a lot better if categories could be selected individually for analysis. Such as this:

3.) Why doesn’t the data from exporting match the data from auto upload?

4.) Data export only seems to support KPH and not MPH, which I specifically selected the app to record. Perhaps the header is just wrong?

Screenshots from the same trip as above – 1 from within the Toque’s Web Viewer, and 2 in Google Maps, one of which is CSV and the other is KML Lines. Note the difference between all three:

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