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It would be nice if we could work on an escapomatrix like this one: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=651042782

It was great but it's not updated anymore. I was thinking that something done on google doc that could be easily updated when there is a change in the game would be great.
Of course the perks, upgrades and knowledge makes it more difficult but it could be added as well as the type of wood used. Or maybe use only wood data with the fastest wood by default.

I don't have the skills required for that but I am sure many people know how it could be done.

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I fully understand the need of a set of totally up to date video guide. If I only had the time, I would do it! :mellow:

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@Louis Garneray

So after some testing, I've realized two things. I can recreate the escapomatrix in google docs, but I need to enter the ideal angles manually, which means it will take a lot of time, and will not be easy to update. 

However, to find the ideal angles of escape, I made a tool that might still be useful to some people. Using the data that @jodgi pulled from the API (Link to his stuff - https://plot.ly/~jodgi/7.embed) I added it into google docs, and setup some stuff to auto assign colors depending on the given values.

My tool -  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DWPtw9Qy-xG50YJn82IPmT1S4FT_LKcu1aG3d8YWvMU/edit?usp=sharing

Hopefully this is useful, in the end it is just a different representation of the plots Jodgi created.

 

 

 

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Cool!

On 10.8.2017 at 7:07 AM, EliteDelta said:

Should be a fun challenge

I like that attitude.

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14 hours ago, EliteDelta said:

@Louis Garneray

So after some testing, I've realized two things. I can recreate the escapomatrix in google docs, but I need to enter the ideal angles manually, which means it will take a lot of time, and will not be easy to update. 

However, to find the ideal angles of escape, I made a tool that might still be useful to some people. Using the data that @jodgi pulled from the API (Link to his stuff - https://plot.ly/~jodgi/7.embed) I added it into google docs, and setup some stuff to auto assign colors depending on the given values.

My tool -  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DWPtw9Qy-xG50YJn82IPmT1S4FT_LKcu1aG3d8YWvMU/edit?usp=sharing

Hopefully this is useful, in the end it is just a different representation of the plots Jodgi created.

that's very nice!

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