Table Window

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The table window contains the main tables from the ECU - ignition, fuel and cam angle, plus other ECU tables such as cranking fuel.




High and Low Speed Cam Tables

Many tables, such as fuel, ignition and cam angle, have a part used for the low speed camshaft and a different part used for the high speed camshaft. Normally these tables are referred to as the 'low speed cam' and 'high speed cam' tables, or just with a 'low' or 'high' suffix. The table window title will normally indication which table is being shown.


Major Table Selection

The main tables may be quickly selected using the toolbar.


The tables are: low speed ignition, high speed ignition, low speed fuel, high speed fuel, low speed cam angle, high speed cam angle.


Cam Angle Selection

For some tables, such as ignition, the ECU has multiple copies for various intake cam angles.  In this case, a row of cam angle buttons is shown below the toolbar.



The degree buttons allow the selection of a single cam angle table copy for editing.  If 'All' is selected, then the table editing behaviour changes.

Percentage changes repeat the same percentage change for all cam angle copies of the current table.
Relative changes apply the same relative change to all cam angle table copies.
Absolute changed copy the same value into all cam angle table copies.


Selecting Cells

The mouse may be used to select multiple cells by clicking and dragging.
The arrow keys may be used to select a single cell, or with conjunction with the space bar, select a number of cells.
The menu item 'Select All' (Ctrl+A) selects all the cells in the table.
Clicking on the topmost row will select all the cells in the column. By clicking and dragging on the topmost column, a number of columns may be selected.
Similarly, clicking on the leftmost column will select all the cells in the row. By clicking and dragging on the leftmost column, a number of rows may be selected.
2D Graph: The left mouse button may be used to select a range of cells.
2D & 3D Graph: Shift + left mouse button will select a row.
2D & 3D Graph: Control + left mouse button will select a column.


Editing Cells

Individual cell values may be altered by selecting a single cell, and typing a new value.
Multiple cell valves may be altered by selecting a range of cells, then using the Adjust Selected Values window (Ctrl+J) to alter the selected cells.
In a similar fashion, Ctrl+I and Ctrl+D will increase and decrease the selected cells. To change the default increase and decrease amount see the Settings Window.
2D Graph: The left mouse button may be used to drag the cell value higher or lower.


Adjusting Values

It is possible to quickly adjust a selection of cells using two methods:

Using the adjust function (Ctrl+J)
Using the quick adjust buttons on the toolbar.



The quick adjust buttons contain:

Adjustment value - either absolute or in percent (see below).
Add button - adds the adjustment value to all selected cells.
Subtract button - subtracts the adjustment value from all selected cells.
Set button - sets the selected cells to the adjustment value.

For fuel tables the adjustment value is used as a percentage change for add and subtract operations. For other tables it is used as a relative change value.


Special Operations

The selected cells may alter using the special operation buttons:



Interpolate - interpolates between the highest and lowest values.
Smooth - smooths any inconsistent values.


Right Click Editing


Right clicking on the table allows the current selection to be edited.


Increase Selection, Decrease Selection, Adjust, Interpolate and Smooth change the currently selected values.


Revert to last save resets the table values to the last time the calibration was saved, or to values from when the calibration was loaded, if the calibration was not saved in the current session.


Import from Calibration allows the table to be imported from another calibration.


Live Tuning

Live tuning may be enabled on a table by table basis.


For more information see Live Tuning


Graph View

The right side of the table window contains a 2D or 3D representation of the current table. Mapping points on the 2D graph may be altered by clicking on the rectangles and dragging up or down. On the 3D graph clicking will select an area on the Grid View.



The graph type changed by clicking on the graph type buttons.