Changing Y increments

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Changing Y increments

aalb1 Tue Nov 22, 2005 6:44 pm

When graphing, is there a way to change the Y values? For instance I set the logger to show the map values in PSI when recording but when I graph it I believe it shows the value in another measurement. It's also hard to determine the values when inside the crosspoints of the graph.

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HRTuning Wed Nov 23, 2005 5:33 pm

That's shown in mBar. It's easy to derive a value from it's position between two crosshairs that have values assigned. Is it not?

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Guest Fri Nov 25, 2005 6:10 am

Maybe I'm just too critical but looking at the graph in between the crosspoints is more of an estimate than an exact number.

When using graphs in Microsoft Excel you can click anywhere on the line graph and it will give you exact X&Y Values. If there is a new version that is ever released maybe this can be an added feature.

This is my first time datalogging so I probably am at fault for comparing Microsoft Excel (a program with multi-millions of dollars worth of production and design) to NepTune Logger (a program that's on a slightly smaller budget.) I hope I'm not coming across as an asshole but I just use Excel graphs so much at work that I can say they have spoiled me.

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HRTuning Mon Oct 23, 2006 9:59 pm

The RTP software has a different graphing setup.

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