Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'GT6 Racing Series' started by Furinkazen, Jul 1, 2014.
I thought that was self-explanatory. Y-axis are seconds behind leader.
Didn't they tell you in school to label your axes?
I forsee from the backlash that Snow won't be making many more of these in future
But I thought it was pretty cool
I would like to see a similar graph for the GT-P cars if possible @snowgt
I get it now, good stuff
Slow... as usual
EDIT: Also, before my clash with @gtpanoz on lap 8, I knew I was gaining on @snowgt as it was visually noticeable, but wasn't aware that I was gaining that much on @Andil...
20mins just to understand it... I am disappoint.
Yeah that's a scary amount. Nice pace.
Definitely make more though, it's good for post-race analysis of course.
I got it immediately but then I'm the uneducated amongst us.
For example, one axe might be Gimli's.
Is axes not plural for axis?
Axis is the plural, isn't it?
Google and previous experience say axes is the plural of axis. Maybe it's another word US English and UK English don't agree on?
Next they’ll be telling us that the plural of trousers is jeans.
EDIT: Americans cannot spell anyway
I think I'll have time to race but I'm not absolutely sure.
English confuses me:
There, They're, Their
Where, Were, We're
Its worse than Welsh
It's even worse (more confusing) to non english speaking person
Standings be up later today.
Why is anyone questioning the plural of axis to be "axes", but not crisis/crises, basis/bases, thesis/theses, etc. ...?
Or, wait, maybe you do.
If it was a matter of 5 minutes, I'd do it, but it takes quite a long time to gather the data. As you can only jump forward 1 full lap, you have to wait for everyone you're gathering data for to cross the line each lap to note it down and that takes around a minute each lap...
As I said in PM, you have too much time on your hands
Actually, that was the easy way to do it. The basis for this chart is just the gap to the leader. Lead changes, crashes and pitstops confuse the chart somewhat, especially where it concerns the leading car.
The better way would be to use the exact lap times in relation to an overall average lap time. I might try that, but it's even more work...
Furi: I'd like to run the Ford Mark IV this Sunday.