The newest version 1.2 of the AF Logviewer is now available here:
The main changes are the ability to handle and display the quadratic curves of the new AF routine used in the 3.1 betas (the program should still be perfectly backwards compatible with SGP 3.0), the ability to read multiple logfiles at the same time, and an improved Position vs Temperature analysis with filter selection including an filter offset calculation.
The detailed change log reads as:
- Change: multiple file reading now possible (multiselect enabled in the file selection dialog). Logfiles are given file IDs according to their filename, which are used to identify the run in the summary output and AF graphs.
- Change: AF runs generated using the new quadratic AF routine (3.1 betas) are plotted together with the best-fit quadratic function as logged by SGP. The validation frame is highlighted using a black diamond symbol. AF runs from older logfiles are plotted as lines that connect the dots.
- Change: The Position vs Temperature graph now has a dropdownlist that allows analysis of specific filters. The fitted linear slope is plotted for each filter, with the R^2 factor displayed. The lines are color coded according to commonly used filter names (R,Red,RED,etc…)
- Change: The summary text output has an improved display of the linear regression result for each filter.
- Change: IF more than one filter was used for AF, a filter offset calculation using the “mid temperature” method is shown (big acknowledgement to Jerry and Bernd for the method!). Basically filter offsets are calculated using the linear regression results, evaluated at the average temperature of all AF runs.
- Change: The scan details output has been moved to a separate form. Messages related to the new quadratic AF routine are now displayed.
- Change: “Save to JPG” buttons have been added to the AF graph and the Position vs Temperature graph. No need to make cumbersome cropping of screenshots for posting graphs on the forum! The JPG shows whatever AF run (or Filter) has been selected. To save more runs (or filters) one has to select them and press the “Save to JPG” button. Filenames are coded according to the selected AF run (or filter).