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    New Trading Tool: ETN

    I created a website that provides a user interface and trading algorithm for EDDN/EDDB trade data. It takes a different approach than most existing tools by estimating trade time and maximizing profit/hour. It's called Elite Trade Net. Check it out: http://etn.io

    Select your start system/station, pick your ship and set your starting budget. Then follow one of the recommended routes and profit. Use any EDDN-compatible tool to upload live trade data to ETN. I like EDMC. It uploads data from your current station with a single click using the web api provided by Frontier. Other similar tools are discussed here.

    Let me know if you have any questions or run into any issues. ETN should run on any HTML5-capable browser and works great on mobile devices.

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    Originally Posted by Joe113 View Post (Source)
    I created a website that provides a user interface and trading algorithm for EDDN/EDDB trade data. It takes a different approach than most existing tools by estimating trade time and maximizing profit/hour. It's called Elite Trade Net. Check it out: http://etn.io

    Select your start system/station, pick your ship and set your starting budget. Then follow one of the recommended routes and profit.

    Let me know if you have any questions or run into any issues. ETN should run on any HTML5-capable browser.
    Very cool. I'll check it out in depth later. How do you decided what the "optimized" ship loadout is?

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    Thank you Joe!
    That looks really great! Please keep on supporting the site

    It uses "realtime" EDDN data?

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    when I thought that nothing exceeded this, wham something new! thanks for your work

    I have a problem with the import of data from the ship -> Unrecognized ship name

    I have doubts about that, I do not see how you save a route for another day, or to share and I do not see how I can prevent a system, either by erroneous data or because of my enemies ..

    sorry for my English

    Code:
    [Type-9 Heavy]
    
    BH: 1I Lightweight Alloy
    RB: 5D Power Plant
    TM: 7D Thrusters
    FH: 6A Frame Shift Drive
    EC: 5D Life Support
    PC: 6D Power Distributor
    SS: 4D Sensors
    FS: 6C Fuel Tank (Capacity: 64)
    
    8: 8E Cargo Rack (Capacity: 256)
    7: 7E Cargo Rack (Capacity: 128)
    6: 6E Cargo Rack (Capacity: 64)
    5: 5D Shield Generator
    4: 1E Collector Limpet Controller
    4: 4E Cargo Rack (Capacity: 16)
    3: 3E Cargo Rack (Capacity: 8)
    3: 3E Cargo Rack (Capacity: 8)
    2: 2E Cargo Rack (Capacity: 4)
    ---
    Shield: 98,57 MJ
    Power : 11,97 MW retracted (78%)
            11,97 MW deployed (78%)
            15,30 MW available
    Cargo : 484 T
    Fuel  : 64 T
    Mass  : 1.116,5 T empty
            1.664,5 T full
    Range : 18,59 LY unladen
            13,19 LY laden
    Price : 97.814.385 CR
    Re-Buy: 4.890.719 CR @ 95% insurance

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    How do we input market data for a system not yet in the list?

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    Originally Posted by Viajero View Post (Source)
    How do we input market data for a system not yet in the list?
    Create an account at http://ross.eddb.io, and add the station there. ETN should pick up the new station from EDDB overnight (depending on your timezone). Once the station makes it into ETN, EDDN price updates for that station will be stored.

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    Originally Posted by Elgered View Post (Source)
    It uses "realtime" EDDN data?
    That's what is says when you click on the "help" icon in the top right corner.

    Also, nice work. This could be quite helpful.

    EDIT: When selecting Type 9, it doesn't seem to find any results, regardless of the system (tried with 2 or 3 systems). Also, there are two ANTAL: LOBACHEVSKY STATION listed (the other is spelled ANTAL: LO8ACHEVSKY STFION), although one has some misspellings in it (likely an error when reading/importing stations over?)

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    Very cool I set Conda, 436t and it then creates a wonderful spaghetti of routes to look at. I think I can see that the first route shown at the top and highlighted in orange is the "best" based on criteria chosen.

    I guess this proves my current route is rubbish as it does not show up on the mesh, even though I selected the starting station and commodity I normally run!

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    Originally Posted by Elgered View Post (Source)
    Thank you Joe!
    That looks really great! Please keep on supporting the site

    It uses "realtime" EDDN data?
    Thanks

    Yes when you export trade data from a tool like EliteOCR or Regulated Noise you can broadcast to EDDN. It should be available to ETN within a few minutes. At the bottom of the help screen it shows you the time of the most recent EDDN import.

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    Originally Posted by Dbrn47 View Post (Source)
    Very cool. I'll check it out in depth later. How do you decided what the "optimized" ship loadout is?
    For the optimized loadouts I just maximized the cargo. In some cases I downgraded to a smaller shield. In one case (Sidewinder) I removed the shield altogether since the ship is free to replace.

    It you choose "custom" layout, click "Import from E Shipyard" and then follow the E Shipyard link it will show you the optimized loadout I use for your currently selected ship.

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    Man, that is sweet... What did you write that in? I am amazed how good this looks and handles on a mobile platform. Will send you some rep from the desktop PC.
    I would like to have the ability to widen the search radius, if possible.

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    Thank you! That's what I've been waiting for.

    Can you made a tutorial for it?

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    Originally Posted by CMDR Memphis View Post (Source)
    Man, that is sweet... What did you write that in? I am amazed how good this looks and handles on a mobile platform. Will send you some rep from the desktop PC.
    I would like to have the ability to widen the search radius, if possible.
    Glad it runs well for you Check out the help page for some details on the tech used. Note that there is a (+) button in the bottom that will show you more routes. The search radius is already pretty wide. If you have a specific area you want the algorithm to explore, set a destination in the route section and that will stretch the search to include the destination (even if it is very far away). The current limit was chosen to make searches fast and keep the server from getting overloaded. The actual searches are done on the server in a C++ module. The core server logic uses Python and a lot of Javascript for the interface.

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    Originally Posted by Cmdr. Numa View Post (Source)
    Wow, you singlehandedly solved the one shortcoming of all other tools: Easily finding multistop routes. And this with a incredibly easy to use interface. This is pure genius. Obviously like all tools, it can only be as accurate as the database it feeds off. I wonder what effect it will have. With easy access some so far profitable because largely unused multistop routes will now be found and probably killed. Ideally though it should lead to the traders spreading out, when strongly frequented routes fail. Oh, and factoring in jump range is again pure genius.
    Yeah I'm hopeful that it will get traders to spread out and rely less on repetitive routes. Thanks for the positive feedback

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    There's one feature missing I think: Limiting range of station from the entry point. Or is that factored into the calculation ?

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