Wrong elevation loss and gain
I created the following testtrack with 10 trackpoints. The distance of each trackpoint is about 200 metres, so no Locus-internal filter should take affect. The first trackpoint has elevation=100 m, the second= 200 m, the third = 100 m, the fourth = 200 m and so on.
It's easy to determine that the overall elevation loss should be -400m and the gain +500m
But locus just calculates -364m and 459m in the statistics tab of the track. Why is it wrong that much? I also noticed: the less the trackpoints distance, the more the difference calculated values - Locus values. Is there some hidden, undocumented "filter" which Locus applies to each track, even if the trackpoints are that far seperated from each other?