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Old 06-03-2015, 01:31 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by bentring View Post
I love the Torque app, although I don't use it every time I get in the car, mainly because I'm too lazy to swap between Torque and internet radio from the same device when I want to skip songs.
I have Torque running in the background all the time, so I don't need to even touch it and it logs all my data and automatically sends it to a server.

So the official web app at isn't that great, but there's an alternative, here:

The UI of the alternative isn't that special either, but here's the thing - it uses a mysql database that you can access directly (as opposed to the official web service which doesn't let you do that).

Soo, when you have data in a mysql database and you want a nice way of crunching it, what do you do? Excel! I now have an excel spreadsheet that automatically updates with new data every time I drive my car. How cool is that!

Here are a couple of charts I made based on data from about a week of driving.
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