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New Jersey Complete

Postby John Kirk » Wed Apr 27, 2011 11:41 pm

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Re: New Jersey Complete

Postby hikenewhampshire » Sat May 07, 2011 3:07 pm

I tried to log Bear Swamp Hill and Apple Pie Hill (well known summits in the Pine Barrens) and discovered that NJ is not complete in the normal sense - apparently only counties with at least 1 p300 have been listed

I can't tell you that this is more important than p300 in the next state, but perhaps there should be a way to indicate states that are truly complete and those that are "done for now"
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Re: New Jersey Complete

Postby John Kirk » Sun May 08, 2011 10:44 am

hikenewhampshire wrote:I tried to log Bear Swamp Hill and Apple Pie Hill (well known summits in the Pine Barrens) and discovered that NJ is not complete in the normal sense - apparently only counties with at least 1 p300 have been listed


I don't list states partially (Other than AK) - NJ on LoJ should have all officially named summits/ridges/pillars with more than 0' prominence. Must have been an issue with the Burlington County file, as these summits were in the original source file (#1 and #2 alphabetically, so must have been an incomplete copy/paste). Will check the rest for counts matching in source files vs. the site.
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Re: New Jersey Complete

Postby hikenewhampshire » Fri May 27, 2011 7:29 am

> Must have been an issue with the Burlington County file,
> as these summits were in the original source file (#1 and #2 alphabetically,
> so must have been an incomplete copy/paste).

There seems to be a similar issue in MI, if you go to the County Summits Member Area the dropdown boxes show fewer than half of the counties in MI
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Re: New Jersey Complete

Postby John Kirk » Fri May 27, 2011 10:00 am

hikenewhampshire wrote:> Must have been an issue with the Burlington County file,
> as these summits were in the original source file (#1 and #2 alphabetically,
> so must have been an incomplete copy/paste).

There seems to be a similar issue in MI, if you go to the County Summits Member Area the dropdown boxes show fewer than half of the counties in MI


No, this is different - county summits areas / dropdowns include only counties with p300s. If you want to see all entries for counties regardless of prominence, this would be done from here:
http://www.listsofjohn.com/PeakStats/searchindex.php?State=MI
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Re: New Jersey Complete

Postby TWorth » Thu Jun 09, 2011 6:56 pm

Skyscrapers and office buildings were not tested :toothless: :

http://ned-files.com/nj/files/nj.html
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