HydroTek wrote:This may not be a big deal, but I just noticed some differences in the figures for an elite chemical harvester. I (this is on my Jedi) have the full harvest faire buff, the harvester is BER 44 shown in the deed.
SWG reports Actual rate 61.84, Spec rate 46, 89% concentration
SWGAide reports BER 69.3, AER 61.7, I claimed 5 points in owner, buff field
If you hover over the column headers for %, BER, and AER they read some short info.
The in-game "spec rate"
is and has always been odd, it seems to include the Entertainer buff but nothing more, from 44 + 5% = 46.2 truncated to 46. However, my harvesters which are put down with full trader harvester expertise reads the same, 46. Hence I decided not to use the term "Spec Rate" but BER and let the tooltip text read what it includes.
In SWGAide, at the active harvester table the column named BER
reads the harvester's BER + 50% + expertise + entertainer buff, which I would call the "real BER". In reality the math is:
BER * 1.5 * (100 + expertise + harvest-fair)/100
The in-game AER and SWGAide'se AER will always differ at the decimals, probably I should remove them but ... The reason is simple, perhaps not spelled out in the help text though. The concentration you read at the survey device is integers, right? And this is the number you enter to SWGAide, which calculates the AER from it. However, there are in-game decimals which is used at the harvesters operate-harvester-window, decimals which SWGAide never see. This explains the difference between 61.7 and 61.84. I do not know if the values read at the survey device is properly rounded or simply truncated downwards to integer.
So, in short, in-game and SWGAide AER will always differ slightly.
In-game Spec-Rate is not the same as SWGAide BER (at the active harvie table), but possibly I could change name for that column???
If you now, after reading this, finds some values that are really off I welcome any report on that.
Especially error reports on the expected time for hopper-full and maint-drained.