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    Default Math Channel documentation

    I recognize many of the functions, but there are several that I do not. Is there anywhere that these are defined? Including the arguments?

    How about the different math channel drivers?

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    Sir,

    If you have one of our V300 or V300SD units there is a Datalink II Folder that you got with your unit. There is a whole list of all the supported math functions in the first appendix section. Hope this helps.

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    Since I have a G2x RED, no...not so much.

    Any chance that documentation could be released to us G2X folks?

    -tch

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    I believe he means this file: http://www.racepak.com/downloads/pdf/datalink_v.pdf

    Appendix I lists the math functions and their syntax. I can't check right now, but somehow the list seems small.. I have a feeling Datalink II has a few more than the ones listed on this appendix!

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    tim is going to add another listing to the forum just for math channels
    there must be loads of neat little functions in datalink

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    Yes, that list is short, but it covers the basic expression functions. Here is everything that I can find in the edit channel dialogs:


    Calculation
    Expr
    Ratio

    Derivative
    Expr

    Integrator
    Expr

    Attached
    Attached

    RefDelta
    RefDelta

    LapIntegrate
    LapInt

    BitMask
    OneBit
    EvenBit

    Filelookup
    TYPED

    TimeEvent
    Timevent

    ValStretch
    Vstretch

    ValGPS
    GPSData

    ValGPS2
    GPSData

    ValGPS3
    GPSData

    ModalReset
    Modal

    ModalTieZero
    Modal

    BlockParse
    Core

    ValYaw
    Yaw

    ModalMap
    Modalmap

    EXPR
    acos
    asin
    atan
    atan2
    cos
    cosh
    exp
    fabs
    fmox
    log
    log10
    pow
    sin
    sinh
    sqr
    sqrt
    tan
    tanh
    tcos
    limitdiv
    if
    min
    max


    Attached (GPS)
    gps_alt
    gps_cog
    gps_gs
    gps_latg
    gps_pdop
    gps_sats
    gps_vog
    map_dist
    map_inx
    map_iny
    map_outx
    map_outy
    plot_inx
    plot_iny
    plot_outx
    plot_outy
    plot_refx
    plot_refy
    run_dloffset
    run_lapt
    run_lapx
    run_posx
    run_posy
    run_segt
    run_segx
    VerVelocity
    kGPS_VOG
    mGPS_Alt
    mGPS_LatG
    mGPS_VOG
    mMap_Dist
    mMap_Inx
    mMap_Iny
    mMap_OutX
    mMap_OutY
    mMap_RefX
    mMap_RefY
    mPlot_Inx
    mPlot_Iny
    mPlot_Outx
    mPlot_Outy
    mPlot_RefX
    mPlot_RefY
    mRun_DLoffset
    mRun_Lapx
    mRun_PosX
    mRun_PosY
    mRun_SegX
    mverVelocity

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel b
    tim is going to add another listing to the forum just for math channels
    there must be loads of neat little functions in datalink

    i carnt wait to see the list as i am sure there is some formulas there that we take for granted

    regards
    rod

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    We are going to add a Math Channel section under software..and keep it sticky so it will be easy to find..working on the information we want to post at this time.

    Thanks

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim@racepak
    We are going to add a Math Channel section under software..and keep it sticky so it will be easy to find..working on the information we want to post at this time.

    Thanks

    Tim
    Will be good. I'd just started filling in the above with data I'd found in various places in the help file, and the pdf's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim@racepak
    We are going to add a Math Channel section under software..and keep it sticky so it will be easy to find..working on the information we want to post at this time.

    Thanks

    Tim

    Any more info on this as its been some time & i would like to see it

    regards
    rod

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