GL TEST de EI6DX
Data for this analysis is created by a proprietary mediation platform that automatically downloads CQWW and CQWPX public logs, parses contest QSOs line-by-line, creates aggregated database records and puts them into a private cloud data store. Since 2007 the platform processed 61.847.555 QSOs from CQWW, CQWPX, RDXC and RDAC log files.
Useful tool. Keep it updated.
Very useful tool. Thank you.
FB tool for contest analyze. Even better if I could export data to my spreadsheet.
Best 73, Luc
Nice toll congratulations
RIO DX GROUP
You are doing a great job. Very useful to understand these “bad” times for contesters, showing the best way to take more contacts. And right in time for next CQ WW SSB Contest… 73/DX – Vitor, PY2NY
Congratulations, Stan! Good job, thanks so much.
I have a problem running it in my computer. I have the latest macromedia flash version installed and I tried on Mozilla, Explorer and Chrome. First of all The java application doesn`t load in this address:”http://www.ei6dx.com/cqww-contest-analysis/cqww-activity-analyzer/” so I enterered here:”http://www.ei6dx.com/wordpress/cqww/main.swf”, and it wasn`t able to connect the server. Please, let me know if you have the solution.
I was really looking for this, so thank you in advance.
Great tool! Many thanks and congratulations for your work!
Great tool, but is it possible to print graph?
Vy nice tool.
Any chance to analyze country by country ?
Hi Julio. Cheers. I don’t think breaking rates down by countries is a good idea. Some countries are simply too big others are too small and would make the rates database too large. CQ zone breakdown is the optimum way to look at rates in my view. 73! Stan
Nice job. I just conclude a Master degree on BI and is great to see how to use these technologies with ham radio contest databases . I just used your tool few minutes, just to play with some options. Of course, in order to get maximimun benefits it must be loaded with the full contest databases QSO’s.
Really you have done a great job on this version. Congratulations.
Very interesting view. How about adding an overlay for the SFI, A, K index by hour (OK, 4 hours).
What a clever program! Thanks so much. It really helps me to understand the best time for propagation between my P49Y zone 9 QTH and various rare zones. I appreciate the effort that must have gone into this.
Good job congratulatios om!!
wow, great tool!
Congrats and thanks!
Very useful tool.
Finally someone came up with a clever and intuitive way to make use of the data now available to the public. And as a real ham, Stan, you made your findings available to the public.
Thanks a million for your effort – keep it updated 🙂
I enjoy using your nice tool, it’s a great help for dx hunting.
Thank you very much!!!
73 de Henry
Good job! Great tool!
73 de UR3IQO
Great Job !
73 de Fabio I4UFH
Now if you could only do this same thing BEFORE the contest as a prediction tool 🙂
Nice tool. Great job!
Thanks for this great tool!
Amazing Job!!! Very useful data. Keep up the great work. Regards.
Very nice and interesting tool.
One suggestion : Use the UTC time on the X-axis instead of Nth hour – Can be somewhat confusing, especially when “1” (or “25”) = 0000 UTC.
Larry – F6FVY (co-author of Win-Test with Olivier F5MZN)
Great tool! Congratulations!
Nice indeed.. interesting to see 10 meters drop from 2007 to 2008.. I am curious to see the refresh with 2009 when data will be available.. 73 gl!
Thanks Stan, Great to find this analysis, very useful for all of us.
Important analysis. Congratulations. See you in next contest.
Very nice graphing.
Thank you. Great job. Helped me to new record last year. Will use your valuable tool for coming contests.
73 de Roy / LA5KO
Very interesting analysis. Congratulations !
73 de YC2LEV
Oustanding analysis !!
Excellent tool! I find it very useful!
73 de Ash 3V8SS/KF5EYY
Great analysis, but RTTY mode needed also 🙂
nice and useful tool !
73 de Art IK7JWY
73 SO8N Team
Many contesters are using your analyses on regular basis.
Thank you for your time, knowledge and efforts Stan!
Keep on doing a well job.
73 Suad, DK6XZ
Super as always. Right in time for CQWW 2011. Now I know it is not reasonable to expect much over 2000 QSO on the band. Thanks for adding statistics on a separate page.
Addition: A print function would be great!
73 & gl in CQWW!
Very impressive! Thanks for making this available.
Great !!! Great !!! Exelent Analizer. Congratulation. Jose Luis LU1FM
Stan, great tool. Thanks for sharing this with the world. See you all in CQWW CW.
73 de Prasad VU2PTT
Nice tool, congratulations!
Very impressive, thanks for your job, congtatulations
Nice and great tool !!
FB and Congratulation.
great tool!, thanks very much
Is there any way to export the Table chart to a TXT file?
Awesome tool. I just found this two days before 2014 CQWW SSB. I’ll be spending a few hours reviewing past data to make my band plan. THANK YOU.
This is sooo awesome. Now could you take a USA Stateside contest like Sweepstakes or something that is strictly a stateside contest and do the same and make it so you can see when the best it is for like from Wisconsin to say Wyoming.
Very useful tool, congratulations. Would be very interested in seeing the 2014 CQ WPX CW log analysis, if you get chance! 73 GL. Dez, G3WW
Great tool, the 2014 interests me, too. 73 de OH2KI ZD8X ZB2X
Stan, will you be able to add 2015 CQWW data prior to 2016 contests?
Hi Igor, I will do it for the CW leg. Not sure it will help much as condx are just awful in 2016. GL in CQWW!