Compare logs, set timeslip increments, weather, notes, show differences, map tracing with auto calibration functions for various maps, create custom tuning maps, smoothing, filter by parameters. This is just scratching the surface of what will be the new standard in datalogging software!
Viewing a single log with time slip information
The software draws the increments in the log so you can see what was going on at that part of the track, breaking it down to help find improvements in performance.
Comparing runs with Timeslip information
Ability to compare incrementals in the two logs to show where the changes picked up performance.
Comparing Logs Full Screen
Abilbity to compare two run logs being compared, the first being a 7.91 second pass, and the next pass being a 7.74 second pass. The software will automatically select and zero the run based on the start of your launch timer. Where instances appear more than one launch time is found, the one with the higher throttle position at launch will be selected, or you will be asked to manual zero the run. The Software allows you to enter time slip and weather information, then the software puts the markers for the increments you have entered and shows the comparison between the two. The Reference log is always the first log loaded and is indicated by the lines being dotted (sometimes appearing lighter) and the New log being that later log and appearing with solid lines. As you move your mouse over the lines, the software highlights the lines in both the graph and in the signal viewer window. In the signal viewer window the data is labeled as Ref (reference), New, and Diff (difference). The difference displayed is the value difference between the reference log and the new log. This functionality allows for a quick visual view of the differences in the runs as well as where each run performed better. The run zoom window on the bottom allows you to quickly scroll or move to the different parts of the log.
Map Tracking. Allows you to filter out situations to get the most accurate error calculations possible. You can filter by any other signal in the log, as well as number of samples required before the error is considered and calculated. You can also filter by certain times in the log, so you can choose to ignore any part of the log EXCEPT the run for example. The smaller window on the upper right shows the values at the site as well as the surrounding sites to help you make any decisions on adjustments needed.