The computer shows instant data as they are obtained from GPS and statistics out of the recently logged data. The statistics include overall distance, maximum and average speed, altitude range and elapsed time.
The figures are listed next to each other in a grid. Most of them have straightforward and intuitive meaning, so let us explain those which do not:
Elevated altitude is sum of altitude you have overcome during the current trip.
Example: If you go from the altitude of 100 meters to the summit of a peak in 500 meters, then back down, then once again to the top, your Elevated altitude will be 800 meters.
Avg brutto and avg netto, as well as trip time and motion time, are based on overall time of the trip and the time in movement, respectively.