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It converts times (which you can import from qqtimer or another timer) to different sorts of graphs (based on choice) and stats.
Maybe I'll later convert this project to Times 2 Stats where you can also see Detail Stats (Not just averages and things you see on qqtimer or stuff anyway)?

It is just a small Project. I would like to know these 4 things:

What are the good things of this Project?

What don't you like / what do I need to optimize?

Which is your favorite theme?

What do you think about the Times 2 Stats Convertion?

The best Ao12 so far is solves 2-13, a 3.35 Ao12. I put the data into T2G and the lowest point, which was for the same times, showed the best Ao12 as 3.41, which looks like the Mo12. Do your 'averages' calculate the mean of the times, or does it remove the fastest and slowest 5% (rounded up), like it should do?

The best Ao12 so far is solves 2-13, a 3.35 Ao12. I put the data into T2G and the lowest point, which was for the same times, showed the best Ao12 as 3.41, which looks like the Mo12. Do your 'averages' calculate the mean of the times, or does it remove the fastest and slowest 5% (rounded up), like it should do?

The best Ao12 so far is solves 2-13, a 3.35 Ao12. I put the data into T2G and the lowest point, which was for the same times, showed the best Ao12 as 3.41, which looks like the Mo12. Do your 'averages' calculate the mean of the times, or does it remove the fastest and slowest 5% (rounded up), like it should do?

It calculates the mean average, but it's a good point to implement it that way like you said. I'll try it out.
Thanks

@filipemtx
Also a good point. Trying to implement it. A posibility is to save as image. Is this that what you want?
Or which other way of saving do you mean?

I updated T2G! Now you can Save your graph as svg/png/jpeg or even as pdf. Another Feature / Fix is that the Tool now calculates the Averages, not the mean as it did.

If you have any suggestions how to improve T2G, feel free to write in this thread!

The biggest update of this project is out.
I included a Stats-Tab, where you see different statistics about your inserted times.
If you want any other statistics feel free to reply to this thread or open an issue on github.

According to the newest Update, the Project's name is now Times2Stats!

Check it out and critisize, so I can improve the project!

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Here are the main update points:
- If there are multiple extremes, all will now be displayed.
- You can now also insert times over an hour
- T2S now handles qqtimer's dnf and +2 displays
- Improved the text, when you hover over the data-points in the graph
More Information here

Tell me, what you think about it. What should I improved, what do you like most about this project?

I've only just spotted this tool and tried it out today. It is really nice!

A few suggestions:

- Allow some additional input formats... space separated / tab separated (e.g. copied from Excel via clipboard) and times copied from csTimer including the scramble (i.e. ignore the scramble).
- Average of 50 would be useful
- Rename "Average of 3" to "Mean of 3" on the Stats page. It could also be added to the graph options (in addition to Single/Ao5/12/50/100)
- Rename "Sample Data" to "Random Data"... I initially expected some kind of sampling of my own data
- X-axis for the bar chart could be improved. I've tried it with 3 sessions and don't see all of the results