FalconFour wrote:That's why I wrote up that long couple posts on the last page. :/
Since I discovered "health", which does make sense as monitoring the internal resistance of the cells, I've been changing my driving habits quite a bit - doing less things that I know put strain on the battery. Since I've been gentle to the car, health has improved at a much more responsive rate than capacity, which is also slowly ticking upwards as well...
By "improved" do you mean the number has gone up or do you mean that it is dropping at a reduced rate?
Improving meaning that both numbers have gone up, but the Health seems like it's going up faster than Capacity as I've been changing my driving. I can say it's no longer appearing to trend downwards, but this is why I desperately would like to see a proper (*see attachment*) in the app
. That would be key to really identifying what this data represents.
On a side note, I had the Leaf firmware update done a while before discovering the "Health" figure added to the latest version, so everything I know about Xfactor/H/etc is based on post-update info, nothing mixed between software versions. It's actually fluctuating up and down (even while driving! Slowly, for sure) with a slight upward trend now that I'm driving with more efficiency. I recall not too long ago that I was sitting at 68.86% and observing the mirrored pattern of numbers, so that's kind of my "milestone" marker - it's been down to 68.77% and up to 69.20% in the past week alone.
edit: OK, so I Googled "histogram" and discovered that I'm having a Vizzini moment with that word. Best example I can think of is the ubiquitous Task Manager histog... er... history graph
. Is there a proper term for this? I honestly thought this was called a Histogram, but it turns out that a Histogram is a term for a chart of frequencies, not a history chart...
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