Recently we posted an article, featuring five among the best free windows amateur radio log book programs.
Here we list a collection of software and online services that permit you to analyze data contained in your logbook.
Post-contest log analysis software
If your log software is not able to analyze contest score, you may find these tools very useful.
Contest LogChecker is a set of contest tools for Microsoft Windows, combining advanced text editing with keyword highlighted, and the ease and flexibility of import, export, statistics and charting utilities. With LogChecker you can edit, fill in the log, check Cabrillo Format and Header, convert files from the most popular logging software to Cabrillo, print customizable files, calculate statistics and export logs to RTF, PDF or HTML for publishing. You can examine a log in many different ways by highly interactive methods. LogChecker includes a Master Callsign Database tool for managing databases, which have been generated from actual contest logs. Commercial
LM is a program to edit contest logs afterwards, a so-called contest post processor. With help of LM you can convert row data to many different file formats. Allow a quick input interface, and contest score for several contest. Can import & export a batch of logs and to create result lists.
SH5 is easy to use contest logs analyzer which creates a variety of HTML statistics from the Cabrillo format log generated by most popuplar contest log software (N1MM Logger+, Win-Test, Writelog, TR4W and others). SH5 allows you to upload contest results to your web site.
General Log analysis Services
Check your logs, make DXCC statistics, get reports and cool charts with these two online services
Club log, the popular online logbook service, offer an online general pourpose contacts log analysis including DXCC Charts, QSL Charts, log inspector, and many statistical reports with charts and log matching with other clublog users.
Amateur Radio Web based logbook, initially linked to ham radio deluxe log and now supported by other popular log book programs, permit to publish a searchable contacts log, maps logs, and display a timeline of contacts.
Log Mapping tools
If want to have a detailed mapping view of your contacts you should have a look a these sites
This web application will read in a ham radio ADIF file produced by many logging programs and map contacts on a Google map. This simple tool converts also the log file into a KML file that can be easily downloaded and imported into Google Earth for a tridimensional view of your QSOs.
LogView is a free post-contest log-visualisation tool, for analysing contest performance. It plots the QSOs in a Cabrillo-format contest-log on to one of 8 different maps by finding the position of each QSO from an online database of about 970,000 W/VE callsigns.
Web based Amateur Radio Log Analyzer display qso map based on uploaded log, support ADIF Cabrillo REG1TEST-Edi and STF-Logfile format Publish statistics broken by QSO7h Squares, fields or DXCC.
WorkedFields is a windows free software to displays a map showing the amateur radio field squares contacted and logged in using a third-party logging program.
In case you need to manage a contest and then analyze hundreds of logs this tool really worth a try
Contest adjudication software scores Cabrillo logs. Auto evaluates up to 2000 logs with duping, claimed score, actual score, cross checking, N-QSO rule, 5-min delta QSO rule. Support including code changes, non-scoring logs troubleshoot and summary output requests.
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