# Edging

## Interpreting the graphic

The drawing averages all of your turns from a skiing segment (between starting and stopping) and estimates your actual path.

## What to look for

- High edge angles in the first 20% of the turn result in darker sections earlier in the turns and higher
**Early Edging**scores - Sustained high edge angles from 20% to 80% of the turn result in longer darker sections and higher
**Mid-turn Edge Build**scores - A consistent rate of change in edge angle between both boots results in synchronized gradients in the right and left turn lines and higher
**Edging Similarity**scores. Note that the colors do not need to match exactly, they only need to mirror each other in rate of change. **Max Edge Angle**appears as the darkest point in the curve

## Limitations

As the visual is an average of all of your turns, it is best at highlighting consistent findings rather than details of individual turns.

Carv cannot measure the distance between your skis, so that is fixed in the visual.