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    ok ill dig into those and try to apply it to my Calc

    At this point the calc pids stuff is still baffling me, im still learning how to even make this stuff. I wish EFI live had a lot of this built in to v8 would be easier instead of writing it I have a lot to learn on and step by step is not really available and a lot pertain to older controllers still

    Guess its off to go over the entire program before messing around logging and read Into Lua5.1 to understand it all
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToonerSQUAD89 View Post
    ok ill dig into those and try to apply it to my Calc

    At this point the calc pids stuff is still baffling me, im still learning how to even make this stuff. I wish EFI live had a lot of this built in to v8 would be easier. I have a lot to learn on and step by step is not really available and a lot pertain to older controllers still

    Guess its off to go over the entire program before messing around logging and read Into Lua5.1 to understand it all
    Let me know if you need any explanation on whats happening in one of the pids/filters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spy2520 View Post
    Let me know if you need any explanation on whats happening in one of the pids/filters.
    Thanks really appreciate it. Ive read over your pids and understand it a little better but still need to read more into it. How do you apply the filters to the BEN map in V7 you apply the filter thru filters but not on here V8.

    I want to apply a TP changing 5% to the map as im doing this at operating temps and wont fall below 185f.
    Not sure what else i should apply. I want to try an get a very accuate and consistent map

    Also boolean...is that a rate of change meaning?
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    boolean basically means true or false. Only two values can be returned.
    The rate of change calculation is dx("PID",frame()-1,frame())

    For the filters, you need to add them as part of the pid selection Click image for larger version. 

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    Then select the filter Click image for larger version. 

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    Then on "F4: Charts" you'll see a button to apply the selected filter to the right of the playback buttons. I believe this SHOULD apply to all charts, maps etc.

    You may have to reselect the data pid at the top of your map, you should see the cells change based on the filters. It doesn't always auto update the map from what i can tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spy2520 View Post
    boolean basically means true or false. Only two values can be returned.
    The rate of change calculation is dx("PID",frame()-1,frame())

    For the filters, you need to add them as part of the pid selection Click image for larger version. 

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    Then select the filter Click image for larger version. 

Name:	filters.png 
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ID:	23190

    Then on "F4: Charts" you'll see a button to apply the selected filter to the right of the playback buttons. I believe this SHOULD apply to all charts, maps etc.

    You may have to reselect the data pid at the top of your map, you should see the cells change based on the filters. It doesn't always auto update the map from what i can tell.


    Ok im going to try it out thursday when i have free time to log. Ill let you know friday how it went. In the meantime going to keep reading and toying around with V8. The more i play around and experiment the more its making some more sense. Just a learning curve to overcome.
    MIKE

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