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    Well that's not smart. All of the information is there, just need a way to compile it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S2H View Post
    Not currently. I've asked for it several times now, LOL. Rate of change, or Derivative functions would be awesome.
    I actually made an Excel sheet that I export/import data into, and let it do the math calculation for me.
    OK, so one year later, any word on getting a feature that lets us calculate rates or derivatives? It appears that we're sill on V4 SW. I was hoping there would be some updates by now. One thing I also wanted to see is the data analysis software updated. That double cross hair feature makes no sense to me. Thanks.

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    I'm using a 4L80E and there is "Input Shaft Speed" on 4L80E, but no Output Shaft. I only have [Speed], which shows as MPH. I used this to convert MPH to driveshaft RPM.
    ([Speed]/60)*(5280/((27.7*3.14159)/12))*3.70
    27.7 is my tire height as its entered in "Tire Diameter" in the ECU, and 3.70 is my axle ratio. If there was an easier way, please let me know. LOL.

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