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.Very cool. I'll check it out in depth later. How do you decided what the "optimized" ship loadout is?
ThanksThank you Joe!
That looks really great! Please keep on supporting the site
It uses "realtime" EDDN data?
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.How do we input market data for a system not yet in the list?
I've seen some bogus data for Narcotics being broadcast on EDDN. The same could be true for Progenitor Cells. Thanks for the heads up, I'll look into it. In the meantime I suggest you remove Progenitor Cells from your search. I'll take it out of the default search criteria.well, first trade route I found using this new tool was a bust...
Was supposed to be a trade from CF-464 Prog cells to Quivira for a 1.075 million CR profit. I get there and Quivira isn't buying prog cells for what your trade tool said they were buying them for. So i double check with Thrudds trading tool and sure enough. The buying price was well below what your tool showed.
So instead of making 1 million in profit i made 160k. I'll give another route a try but this needs some work i think.
Thanks. Jump range is automatically calculated from your ship, FSD rating, ship mass and fuel capacity and max distance to station is accounted for in the trade time. I'll consider adding manual control. Though I've found that the algorithm already does a good job of limiting routes to stations close to the entry star.I like it! ...
But would like to be able to manually enter my jump range and also max sc distance to station.
Keep up the good work!
What browser and search criteria are you using? I'll check the server logs for errors. Great feedback, thanks!Getting a lot of search failed returned. is there a problem with it? - Very nicely thought out and super useful for tracking down a nice run. Needs a "clear all parameters" button to reset it. Also would like a setting to adjust number of trades in a run say from 2-10. And finally a range on the search that is done.
Performance is good (when working) 10/10. Great work!
I've seen this issue before on Safari, but haven't been able to reproduce the issue myself. What browser are you using?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
[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
I would like to have the ability to widen the search radius, if possible.
Yeah I'm hopeful that it will get traders to spread out and rely less on repetitive routes. Thanks for the positive feedbackWow, 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.
Thanks for the heads up. ETN supports both V1 and V2 schemas so if V1 goes away that is no problem.ETN is receiving data from the EDDN. DO you support both the scheme V1 AND the new schema V2? We are discussing internally when schema V1 will be dropped but we would like to kill V1 rather sooner then later. As in schema V1 will be removed from the EDDN and it will NOT accept V1 messages any longer.
Maddavo is currently sending in V1 and V2 (and atm receiving V1 and V2) and all the "OCR error free" aka mobile api based tools (see also post #18 here) are also sending data in V2. The latest EDCE is V2 only. EDMC has a V1 and V2 version and EDAPI is V2 only. Also Seebeek of EliteOCR a week ago stated that he will end support for V1 in his new version, which is not out yet....
The station distance is factored in to the trade time estimate. If a station is far from the sun that will add time to its trades and punish their profit/hour ratings. So the algorithm will avoid the station unless the profit is so good that it's worth the extra travel time.There's one feature missing I think: Limiting range of station from the entry point. Or is that factored into the calculation ?
Glad to hear itThis tool is awesome. Finally trading is fun