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    updated the faq:

    http://fbodytech.com/trimalyzer/trimalyzer-faq/

    topics:

    I am getting zero record counts and no data is displayed, or my data is simply crazy.
    Can I load logs from two different tools simultaneously?
    Why doesn’t MAF mode have the same awesome functionality as VE mode?
    How do the different analysis modes work?
    What do the target/max/min settings do, and when would I use them?
    What if my special field name isn’t detected? What if a true/false condition doesn’t work due to a strange label in my data like “yep” instead of “enabled”?
    Does it analyze wideband data?
    How do filters work?

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    I finally used this tool yesterday for LT1 tuning, and it's great! It also works well with WB generated trim (0-255 BLM style).

    One thing I noticed, it would be better if the clipboard modifying function would retain the number of significant digits in the original table, so when I paste the modified table back to TP, only modified cells would be red. Right now TP xdf has 1 significant digit display and trimalyzer gives 3 digits back, so a value that is not modified changes from e.g. 44.1 to 44.100 and TP shows this change in red.
    Last edited by dzidaV8; 06-17-2017 at 01:46 AM.

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    One thing I noticed, it would be better if the clipboard modifying function would retain the number of significant digits in the original table, so when I paste the modified table back to TP
    lets think about that

    this tool isn't designed to work with tunerpro at all, i want it to work with anything that has input/output of tabular VE data

    so if the input has 2 decimal places across the board, you'd like the output to have 2 decimal places as well, that makes sense for every tunerpro use case i can think of

    what if the input isn't from tunerpro, though

    what if it's from software that has variable precision per table cell (probably common with data from spreadsheet input), for example lets say 1% is 1% but 1.55% is 1.55%

    should it match for each cell, or should look over the input data and it use the maximum number of decimal places found?

    if input can have arbitrary precision and we follow that precision (choosing the first option above), does this mean we willingly discard output precision and round off to match the number of decimal places regardless? (say a case where variable input precision has 1% trim and we have 1.55%, do we still adhere to input precision?) the current method tends to force the tuning software to be responsible for rounding off and coming up with a value that fits the limits of the calibration

    lets say we require that input has consistent precision, do we refuse to work with a table that doesn't?

    or would we rather have unchanged cells just output verbatim so it'll solve your problem without even caring how many decimal places are output?

    i'm not saying it can't be done, or it wont, the request makes sense, just consider that such changes can have unintended effects so thought needs to go into how it's done

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    It all makes sense, I agree that universal is best...
    It's not really an issue, just a thought that came to me while tuning.
    Anyway, I have adjusted XDF to show 3 significant digits and now I have coloured changes to help me with manual table smoothing if needed.
    I think that probably the best option would be not to modify at all the cells that have no adjustment.

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    Might look at this if Speed Density. Automatically provides analysis from any log file all data needed for quick tuning.
    http://www.gearhead-efi.com/Fuel-Inj...-File-Analyzer

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveo View Post
    isnt that just for ajup though
    Not just for AUJP. The default configuration is for a log file created by S_AUJP v5 using the provided ADX file, but will easily analyze any Speed Density log file (csv, xls, xlsx) produced by any program (TPro, TCat, etc.). Just need to enter the names of any log file column titles that differ. That's all. Will also likely provide meaningful data for a MAF log since the Analyzer is merely looking at the data in the log file, not how it was produced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveo View Post
    is it any better/different than the tool that this thread is about?
    Can't say it's better or different, just summarizes all important data in a log. Open it up along with the sample log file and view the data provided. Would welcome all feedback good or bad.

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    Awesome job Steveo can't wait to try it out

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    Now that 2-bar support works for the P66 V6 PCMs, I have some questions about this tool-it looks like it will be very handy but in my case, I need to make sure that the "over 1 bar" flag gets set and recorded in the logs, as it flips tables based on that-can Trimalyzer flip tables, given that there is a "less than 1 bar" and a "more than 1 bar" table?

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    Ok, so if the flag sets and unsets and I log the flag, will can I get trimalyzer to switch based on the flag? Or do I have to manually crop and filter data and tell it specifically what table we're in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xnke View Post
    Ok, so if the flag sets and unsets and I log the flag, will can I get trimalyzer to switch based on the flag? Or do I have to manually crop and filter data and tell it specifically what table we're in?
    you have to add a filter and define your tables

    set the filter to false. run your analysis against the correct table

    then go back and set the filter to true. run your analysis again.

    shouldn't be tough at all

    it'll remember your filter if you like, and it will also remember your tables.

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    ah, ok. That's not too bad, and will allow me to tune *just* one table at a time if I want-although I'll have a wideband in the logs too that I'll be looking at for boost control, being able to use the narrowbands to do bulk tuning will help save time.

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