Our ham radio logs are self-contained units whereas within my log there exists a vast universe of unexplored data. I have limited functionality for example transposing logged Qs onto a world map, collating award data, entering propagation data per Q, or printing confirmation information. However I cannot chart or visualize log statistics and look for patterns albeit antenna performance or meta ham radio social activity.
I see a bright future for Club Log. Currently, there are 1,211 users with an average of 53 registrants per day in addition to 12,073,080 log entries available for analysis. Productivity tools include the following --
- Expedition Tester.
- Your DXCC charts.
- Your timelines.
- Mode/QSL charts.
I recommend Club Log for those earnestly seeking greater returns from their logbooks especially given the ease of adif production. Likewise, if one is just getting underway, take a few minutes and begin uploading your adif file(s). Thus far, I have not discovered a service like Club Log whose user interface (UI) is as easy to navigate. A job well done.
73 from the shackadelic on the beach.