- Show splits in the graph. Whenever the driver crossed a split point, you now see a vertical line in the graph.
- Proper zero-line for the delta graph
- Faster drawing, especially when zooming in a lot
- Colors with higher contrast. We thought it’s prettier with the old colors, but some people couldn’t see the graph very well with a lot of glare, and sometimes it’s more important to be useful than beautiful.
- Grid lines that can be turned off or on
- Zooming in the Y direction. Use the mouse wheel on the Y axis to enable this.
That is not all though. Here are some of the other changes we’ve made:
- On-power mode in the histogram. We promised this a while ago, so I’m very happy we finally have it. Using this mode, you can configure the histogram to only count the times the driver was accelerating. This is important especially for RPM, which can be all over the place when braking.
- Re-organize export options, and give the option of “interpolated data”. With this option, you can simply export all your channels at, for example, 10Hz. This makes it much easier to use the data in Excel or Matlab.
- Stop auto-opening so many runs after import. Now, it will only open up to three runs. If you imported more than that, nothing will be shown automatically.
- Show number of runs when filtering runs
- Remember how runs were sorted and filtered across restarts
If you’re wondering why we’re calling this one “Lumberjack Edition”, it’s because at some point in development, a bug made the histogram look like a plaid shirt.
As always, you can get the new version from the downloads page, or simply restart your old version of Off Camber Data. For feedback, feel free to just comment on the blog, or send us an email at email@example.com!