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  1. #151
    Version 2022.2 of the Z1 Analyzer is now available! The Z1 Analyzer analyzes and trains motorsport drivers.

    The Z1 Analyzer has had a big overhaul with this version. All the dialogs have been updated, with many new features.

    Highlights include:
    The Open Lap dialog has been updated to the latest look and feel.

    A Suggest Laps button has been added to it to make it easy to find comparison laps.

    The Math Channel dialog now includes the active preview feature.

    Derivatives have been added to the Math Channels
    The Math Channel formulas are now color coded.

    The Import External Data dialog has been updated to the latest look and feel.


    The Histogram creation dialog includes the active preview feature.


    The Scatter Plot dialog includes the active preview feature.


    The Custom Trace dialog includes the active preview feature.


    The Print dialog now lets you easily change the header graphic.


    Existing users can get the latest version here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    New users can get the demo here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Full list of release notes:
    * Redesigned Open Lap dialog to bring it up to the current design standards.

    * There is a new option under the Recorded Telemetry settings tab: Reset Filters. This is on by default. When selected the car and driver filters will be cleared when you select a new sim or track in the Open Lap dialog.

    * If laps were pre-scanned in the Dashboard, the Analyzer will now ask if you'd like to open them when it starts up. If you choose to open them you will be taken to the Open lap dialog where the laps will be displayed, allowing you to choose which ones you'd like to open. This feature can be turned off by unchecking the 'Check For Pre-Scanned Laps On Startup' option in the Recorded Telemetry settings tab.

    * The various edit list dialogs have been updated to the new look and feel.

    * The Open Layout and Save Layout dialogs have been tweaked to bring them inline with the updated edit dialogs.

    * The Custom Channel Dialog has been updated to the new look and feel.

    * The Histogram Dialog has been updated to the new look and feel. It also includes a preview feature, allowing you to see what your histogram will look like as you create it.

    * The Scatter Plot Dialog has been updated to the new look and feel. It also includes a preview feature, allowing you to see what your scatter plot will look like as you create it.

    * The Custom Trace Dialog has been updated to the new look and feel. It also includes a preview feature, allowing you to see what your trace will look like as you create it.

    * The Math Channel Dialog has been updated to the new look and feel. It also includes a preview feature, allowing you to see what your math channel will look like if you display it as a custom trace.

    * You can now customize the background color of the rectangle that surrounds the current cursor value in the traces. This is available under the Screen Colors tab, Trace Lines and Text Colors section. Look for the Data Line Background color swatch.

    * You can now choose whether or not you want the cursor values to be displayed on the traces next to the data line. You can turn this option on and off under the Recorded Telemetry tab in the settings dialog. It is on by default.

    * Derivatives are now supported in Math Channels. You can create a derivative of any data channel by clicking the 'Der' button in the Math Channel dialog. You'll get a formula like 'Derivative([LF Shock Deflection]). This allows you to create velocity channels for sims that do not support them, such as ACC. To display this, or any other Math Channel in a trace you would create a Custom Trace which displayed the Math Channel.

    * After using the Edit dialog to open a custom channel, custom trace, math channel, scatter plot or histogram, closing the associated dialog will return you to the previous edit dialog. In prior versions the edit dialog was also closed, meaning you had to re-open the edit dialog to edit additional items.

    * Math channels now have an optional units parameter. This is for your reference purposes only, and does not effect how the channel is displayed.

    * The Connect To Stream dialog has been updated to bring it up-to-date with the latest look and feel.

    * The Print dialog has been updated to being it up-to-date with the latest look and feel. Note printing is only available with a Pro license.

    * You can now select the header image to be used when printing. This is done in the Print dialog.

    * The consistency analysis has been added as an option in the Print Dialog.

    * The Print dialog will now give tell you what is being printed during the print process.

    * You can now clear the data line on a trace by clicking on the left side Y-Axis numbers.

    * The Lap Scan dialog has been updated to the latest look and feel.

    * The Import External Data dialog has been updated to the latest look and feel, and is now resizable.

    * The math channel formula displayed in the Math Channel dialog is now color coded. Different colors are used to display the channels, operators, functions and numbers. You can customize these colors in the Screen Colors tab of the settings dialog.

    * You can now left click on the track map in the Driving Line Analysis screen to set the current position on the track.

    * There are new options in the Control settings tab that let you specify what left mouse clicks and control-left mouse clicks do in the analysis windows when clicking on the track map. By default left clicking on the track map in an analysis screen will display information about the point you clicked on. This information will vary depending on the analysis screen being displayed. The default control-left click action is to move the cursor to the clicked on point.

    * There is a new option in the Open Lap dialog - Suggest Laps. This is a button just above the 'Laps From Other Drivers' section. This will search the available laps and display up to 20 laps that are slightly faster that the currently selected main lap. This makes it easier for you to find laps to compare yourself against in order to improve your lap times. Note that the suggested lap function may not always return laps. It will depend on your lap time and the available laps.

    * The popup menu which is displayed in the Open Lap dialog with you right-click on the local or server laps table now includes an option to 'Clear All Filters'. This makes it easier to reset any applied filters and view the entire list of laps again.

    * Added 4 default math channels. These are derivatives of the shock deflections. This allows you to view shock velocity histograms and traces, for sims that do not provide shock velocity data, like ACC.

    * Added 6 default custom traces. These are Brake/Throttle, Derivative shock deflection, and derivative shock deflection for each wheel.

    * Added 4 default histograms. These are Derivative Shock Deflections for the 4 corners of the car. These are in addition to the 4 standard shock velocity histograms. The derivative ones are intended for use with sims that only provide shock deflection data, such as ACC.

    * The right-click popup menus on the Edit screens for Scatter Plots, Histograms, Math Channels, Custom Traces and Custom Channels have been standardized. They all provide options for creating new items, editing existing items, copying existing items and deleting existing items.

    * The right-click popup menu that is displayed on the traces now includes a 'Graph By' submenu. This allows you to choose how the data in the traces is displayed. It can be either by Lap Time, Lap Percent, or Lap Distance. These are the same options as are included in the Display tab of the Settings dialog. This new placement makes it easier to select them. The selected setting is global to all traces.

    * The splash screen now shows the progress of opening any laps that were opened in the Analyzer when it was last closed.

    * There is a new checkbox at the top of the Open Lap dialog - Sort By Cars First. When selected this sorts the results for both local and server laps by the car name first. This option is also available in the settings dialog and the right click popup menu.

    * Search results for the Laps From Other Drivers in the Open Lap Dialog are no longer returned in one large set of results. This is due to the very large number of laps available for each sim and track. By default 250 will be returned at a time. You can adjust this to either 500 or 1,000 by using the right click popup menu on the Laps From Other Drivers section, or in the settings dialog. When you scroll down to the bottom of the results, additional laps will be loaded if available. This makes for a more responsive interface.

    * When registering you can now use the keyboard shortcut CTRL-V to paste your order number into the order number text field, assuming you have previously copied it from another location using the standard Windows copy (CTRL-C) command.

    Download the demo today:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
    Z1 Dashboard software: dashboards, track maps, telemetry, timing & scoring and more.

    Z1 Analyzer software: the telemetry analysis software aimed at improving the most important part of the car - you the driver!

    http://www.Z1Dashboard.com

  2. #152
    The Z1 Analyzer open lap dialog has been reworked for version 2022.2. This video explains all the new features including the Suggest Laps option that lets you easily find laps that are slightly faster than you to help you improve your lap times.



    Download the Z1 Analyzer today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Contents:
    0:00 Intro
    0:54 Displaying the Dialog
    1:26 The Open Lap Dialog
    1:38 The Checkbox Options
    4:15 Selecting the Sim and Track
    4:36 Viewing Available Laps
    5:30 Filters
    6:52 Favorites
    7:33 Clearing Filters
    7:59 Suggesting Laps
    9:29 Opening A Lap
    9:57 Opening Multiple Laps
    10:37 Keyboard Commands
    10:56 Final Thoughts
    Z1 Dashboard software: dashboards, track maps, telemetry, timing & scoring and more.

    Z1 Analyzer software: the telemetry analysis software aimed at improving the most important part of the car - you the driver!

    http://www.Z1Dashboard.com

  3. #153
    We've just released version 2022.2.1 of the Z1 Dashboard, Server and Analyzer. This fixes a few issues found in version 2022.2 of those applications.



    Release notes:
    Z1 Dashboard v2022.2.1:
    * Fixes a bug in the Z1 Server which could cause it to crash when connecting to rFactor 2.
    * Various small improvements to data logging.

    Z1 Analyzer V 2022.2.1:
    * Fixes a few bugs associated with display of previews when creating Scatter Plots, Histograms, Custom Traces and Math Channels.
    * Improves the fidelity of track edge creation.

    Existing users can get the update here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    New users can download the demo here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
    Z1 Dashboard software: dashboards, track maps, telemetry, timing & scoring and more.

    Z1 Analyzer software: the telemetry analysis software aimed at improving the most important part of the car - you the driver!

    http://www.Z1Dashboard.com

  4. #154
    The Pro version of the Z1 Analyzer lets you print the traces, scatter plots, histograms, and analysis screens. With version 2022.2 printing is easier than every. This video explains all the options.



    Download the demo today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Contents:
    0:00 Intro
    0:30 Opening the Print Dialog
    0:49 Changing the Header Image
    1:14 Print Options
    1:35 Printing Analysis Screens
    2:07 Final Thoughts
    Z1 Dashboard software: dashboards, track maps, telemetry, timing & scoring and more.

    Z1 Analyzer software: the telemetry analysis software aimed at improving the most important part of the car - you the driver!

    http://www.Z1Dashboard.com

  5. #155
    The Z1 Analyzer is all about making you a faster driver. It comes with over 100 default traces. But sometimes you want to make your own traces. You might have a math channel you want to view, or perhaps you want to combine multiple channels on one trace. This video explains how to do all that and more.



    Download the demo today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Chapters:
    0:00 Intro
    0:25 Displaying Standard Traces
    0:49 Creating a Custom Trace
    1:31 Adding Channels
    1:57 Setting Colors
    2:07 Decimal Places
    2:29 Channel Units
    3:34 Displaying a Custom Trace
    4:12 Editing Custom Traces
    4:33 Final Thoughts
    Z1 Dashboard software: dashboards, track maps, telemetry, timing & scoring and more.

    Z1 Analyzer software: the telemetry analysis software aimed at improving the most important part of the car - you the driver!

    http://www.Z1Dashboard.com

  6. #156
    Math Channels are a very powerful telemetry tool. They let you create calculated values from other existing channels. This could be something as simple as flipping a value from negative to positive, or something more complex like getting the derivative of a channel to determine its acceleration, or combining multiple channels such as ride heights to get the rake of the car at any given point.

    The Z1 Analyzer supports all this and makes it easy to create and view Math Channels. For anyone interesting in car telemetry either in the sim or real world, this is a must see.

    This video explains all that and shows how to create some sample math channels.

    Download the Z1 Analyzer here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Chapters:
    0:00 Intro
    0:17 What is a Math Channel
    0:56 Why Do You Need Math Channels
    2:13 How Do You Create Math Channels
    3:01 Math Channel Properties
    4:02 Selecting Data Channels
    5:06 Creating Math Channel Formulas
    6:12 Example Derivative Formula
    7:22 Example Flipping Formula
    8:12 Example Multi-Channel Formula
    9:31 Creating a Custom Trace for the Math Channel
    10:16 Displaying the Math Channel
    11:05 Final Thoughts
    Z1 Dashboard software: dashboards, track maps, telemetry, timing & scoring and more.

    Z1 Analyzer software: the telemetry analysis software aimed at improving the most important part of the car - you the driver!

    http://www.Z1Dashboard.com

  7. #157
    The Z1 Analyzer lets you import data from external sources, allowing you to view real world track day or race data within the Analyzer. You can then compare it to other laps from the real world, or even from sims. Your data source may be Motec, Aim, Harry's Lap Timer, RaceChrono, or any other data logger than can provide its data in a CSV file format.


    Importing is very easy - what this video to see how.

    Download the demo today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Chapters:
    0:00 Intro
    0:49 Exporting Data From Your Source
    1:35 Import Data Dialog
    2:16 Selecting The File To Import
    2:30 Separators
    3:07 Lap Information
    3:41 Mapping Data
    6:49 Hertz
    7:31 Example AIM Import
    8:08 Custom Channels
    9:00 The Import Process
    10:06 Final Thoughts - Comparing Real World and Sim Data
    Z1 Dashboard software: dashboards, track maps, telemetry, timing & scoring and more.

    Z1 Analyzer software: the telemetry analysis software aimed at improving the most important part of the car - you the driver!

    http://www.Z1Dashboard.com

  8. #158
    Scatter plots can be a very powerful tool in telemetry. The Z1 Analyzer makes it very easy to create and display them, so you can quickly use them to see where and how to improve your lap times.



    This video explains all you need to know about scatter plots: how to create them, why you might want them, and gives examples of what they can show you.

    Download the Z1 Analyzer here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Chapter Index:
    0:00 Intro
    0:58 Creating a Scatter Plot
    1:41 Building an Example Scatter Plot
    4:22 Color Channels
    6:16 Displaying a Scatter Plot
    6:28 Using a Scatter Plot to Determine Understeer/Oversteer
    11:39 RPM vs Gear Plot to Determine Shift Points
    14:52 Final Thoughts
    Z1 Dashboard software: dashboards, track maps, telemetry, timing & scoring and more.

    Z1 Analyzer software: the telemetry analysis software aimed at improving the most important part of the car - you the driver!

    http://www.Z1Dashboard.com

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