- SIDE BY SIDE
COMPARISONS are simple to
do. Below are segment times, shift points, RPM’s and Driver Controls
for 2 laps. The left hand column of plots shows data from a “decent”
lap, while the right hand column shows data from the best qualifying
lap. Only TM 2000
gives you the power and flexibility
to organize data this way.
- THE “FLYING BOX”
attached to the cursor in the 2 upper map
plots shows which gear the car is in. Notice that on the “decent lap”
the car is in 4th while on the “best” lap, it is in 3rd. The
markers in the 2 upper maps are automatically positioned at the same
exact track position for both laps, making the need for multiple
MAPS IN THE CENTER
of the screen show the exact shift points for each
lap, as well as which gear is being used at every point on the track,
making gearing analysis as easy as it can be.
are “Linked” to each other, so that
as you move any one, they all update.
- THE CURSORS IN
ALL THE PLOTS
NOTES ON THESE SCREENS were created
using the Text Tool built into
which makes it a snap to add notes to graphs.
(Click to enlarge)
- SWITCHING FROM
SCREEN TO SCREEN
by clicking on the Page Tab is nearly
instantaneous. Each custom screen can be given a meaningful name,
aid in analyzing
complex data such as Shock Speeds. Here are histograms of the 4 shock
speeds, along with distance plots of the shock speeds, the Driver
Controls, Track Map, and 3-D Chassis Animation, all in one nicely
- BY ZOOM
LINKING the histograms to the X-Y plot, they
analyze and display only the portion of the lap you are zoomed in on.
This powerful feature allows you to quickly zero in on the portions of
the data important to YOU.
OF THE ART
Context Sensitive Menus (Speed Menus) are used
throughout the program, and are accessed by simply “Right Clicking” on
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