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Old 12-02-2019, 07:04 PM   #1
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This factor appears to be difficult to understand.
Any comments would be appreciated and helpful.

To simplify RX factors, their just a combination of known factors that work. Sartin always said one doesn't need to know the exact formula in order to employ it.


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Old 12-03-2019, 01:31 PM   #2
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Bernie, Rx+ is not a factor, it's the name of an Analysis screen. Compare that screen's contents to the Rx screen. It's the SAME, except for ONE thing - the addition of the BRIS Prime Power (BPP) readout.

All the factors on the Rx screen (and thus the Rx+ screen) are described as much as they can be in the DOCUMENTATION THREAD, which I referred you to yesterday. BRIS Prime Power you know about (or can google more about on THIS site or others).

Rx+ is a screen which draws it all together, and also is the place where I will add new stuff.

Also, please Bernie - ask questions about RDSS in RDSS Forums. Ask questions about older Sartin programs ... in the Older Sartin Programs Forum. Doing it this way is a kindness and a consideration to other and future readers of PaceandCap who may be looking for useful RDSS info and would not think to look in a Forum dedicated to Older Sartin Software.



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