WORK IN PROGRESS, use at your own risk.
Have you ever needed to convert from one grading system to another? and had to implement the calculations by yourself?
gradr_lib offers utilities for converting climbing grading systems with a really simple interface so you don't have to reinvent the wheel.
The library was initial going to be developed for the Gradr App I've also created, but thought it might be cool to make it open-source and let the community use it and hopefully help improve it too!
Gradr does all it can to make sense of the differences and inconsistencies between grading systems, so take note that converting from one grading system to another might not always be acurate. You can take a look at this writup on how gradr handles this. Feel free to offer any advice or help in this regard!
- Grading systems
xConversion between grading systems
xGrading system detector
To install the package check the install guide
Convert between Grading Systems
Here is an example on how to convert from V-Scale to Font scale and viceversa, using GradeCalculator:
final vToFont = GradeCalculator( systemA: verminGradeSystem, systemB: fontGradeSystem, ); // Convert from grading system A (vScale) to system B (fontScale) vToFont.atob( vScale.findByName('V3') ); // > 6B // Convert from grading system B (fontScale) to system A (vScale) vToFont.btoa( fontScale.findByName('6B') ); // > V3
You can also convert using the from-to interface, as follows:
fontGradeSystem.convert('v3').from(verminGradeSystem); // 6b fontGradeSystem.convert('6b').to(verminGradeSystem); // v3
Detect Grading System
Gradr also offers a utility to detect grading systems.
final detector = GradeSystemDetector( detectors: [ VScaleGradeDetector(), FontGradeDetector(), FontGradeDetector(), ], ); GradeDetectorResult detectedResult = detector.detect(grade); // A list of posible grading systems is returnes in the result detectedResult.detectedSystems; // It also returns a list of "formalized" grades (instance of Gradr Grade class). detectedResult.formalizedGrades; // It also returns the original input detectedResult.originalInput;
- Note that the GradeSystemDetector allows you to pass in the detectors you need, and/or custom detectors.
Need Gradr for another platform?
You might be in luck, at gradr we're trying to offer the libraries for most common languages and frameworks. Take a look and see if the one you need is already done.
If your platform or language is missing, feel free to file an issue and we will try to implement it. Or if you feel like it and have the time, you can contact us to help build it, we love that kind of stuff! :heart:
There are some examples here and here.
If you encounter any problems or fancy a feature to be added please head over to the GitHub repository and drop an issue.
Support the project
I tend to open source anything I can, and love to help people that might need help with the project.
If you are using this project and are happy with it or just want to encourage me to continue creating stuff, there are few ways you can do so:
- Starring and sharing the project 🚀
- Reporting bugs 🐛
- Sending feedback
- Or even coding :P