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Author Topic: Which Roads in a State Have You Clinched Along with the Fewest Others?  (Read 2147 times)

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Is there any way to determine this other than by checking individual routes' TM pages?

https://courses.teresco.org/metal/hdx/

Graph format should be "traveled", despite a different option saying "most likely you want this".

Before you choose the region you want, first choose any region with a small number of points (like the first one by default, Afghanistan), turn off "show markers", and then choose the one you want. Otherwise, it's going to take a really long time to load a large set.
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NH 27,38,111A(E); CA133; NY366; GA 42,140; FL A1A; CT32; VT 5A; QC 16⒉16⒌263

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Is there any way to determine this other than by checking individual routes' TM pages?

https://courses.teresco.org/metal/hdx/

Graph format should be "traveled", despite a different option saying "most likely you want this".

Before you choose the region you want, first choose any region with a small number of points (like the first one by default, Afghanistan), turn off "show markers", and then choose the one you want. Otherwise, it's going to take a really long time to load a large set.

I have now tried playing with this for a solid 15 minutes and I'm stumped. I have no idea how to get this to show anything relevant to this topic?

For the handful of US states that show up in the graph list, I can eventually get to a view where if I click on a segment it will give me a list of users who have traveled it, but this is actually less useful than just looking at routes in the highway browser.
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Is there any way to determine this other than by checking individual routes' TM pages?

https://courses.teresco.org/metal/hdx/

Graph format should be "traveled", despite a different option saying "most likely you want this".

Before you choose the region you want, first choose any region with a small number of points (like the first one by default, Afghanistan), turn off "show markers", and then choose the one you want. Otherwise, it's going to take a really long time to load a large set.

I have now tried playing with this for a solid 15 minutes and I'm stumped. I have no idea how to get this to show anything relevant to this topic?

For the handful of US states that show up in the graph list, I can eventually get to a view where if I click on a segment it will give me a list of users who have traveled it, but this is actually less useful than just looking at routes in the highway browser.

I misinterpreted the thread title. I was thinking of segments of road, not entire clinches.
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NH 27,38,111A(E); CA133; NY366; GA 42,140; FL A1A; CT32; VT 5A; QC 16⒉16⒌263

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Segments is actually even easier: just load up Mapview and change the coloring to by traveler count.  Segments with only one traveler have their own color.
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Only one other has clinched UT 319
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Only one other has clinched UT 319

That would be me.  :sombrero:

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According to TM, I am the only one to have logged a clinch of WA 108 Business, which I stumbled upon by chance while clinching WA 108 last week.

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I looked at three states where I have the highest % of road segments clinched.
I did not see any where I was the only one who clinched any route

These are the highways I have clinched, with the fewest total clinchers:

State - Route - Total clinched

CA US6 Historic - Santa Clarita  - 3
CA US395 Historic - Temecula - 3
CA US395 Historic - Riverside - 3

AZ AZ80 - 5
AZ AZ386 - 5

HI HI7101 - 5



 
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