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EV Trip Viewer (for Soliton)

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In the spirit of giving back to the community, I have been working on a little .NET application for viewing log file data recorded by the Soliton logger application.

It is still a work in progress and has mostly been designed based on my needs. While it is a more "high-level" view into the data, it is proving useful as I investigate and tune my Soliton1 based on my driving habits.

The application does require .NET 4.0 (which you can obtain from microsoft, if it's not already installed), and depending on the vintage of your machine you may experience performance issues when loading and displaying results.

I've only had a handful of log files to test. So, if you run into trouble with one of your log files, please PM me and I'll see what I can do.

The zipfile contains everything you need to run the application on a Windows computer (no installing required) and includes a sample log file (from one of my test drives). I've only tested under Win7, but it should work with WinXP and Win8 as long as .Net 4.0 is installed. Please read the readme.txt included in the zipfile before you run the application.

I'll do my best to respond to feedback and extend the feature set of the application, but I make no promises.;)



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Sorry, work has been keeping me very busy. I still need to clean up the source code and then I will make it available to anyone who wants it.

Also, I've started working on an iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod) application for grabbing the UDP packets from the Soliton, recording in a database, and displaying the *live* data on virtual gauges. I've just started this application, but so far it is quite nice not having to lug my laptop around to record data off the Soliton during test runs.

Btw: thanks to the Soliton idle feature, it sure has made my life a whole lot easier in testing my software against the Soliton without having to leave the garage (or have my foot on the throttle).


Any updates? Would love to use this.

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