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.
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The resource is currently listed in dxzone.com in 3 categories. The main category is Contest Analyzers based on contest results
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