MAAT user interface allows the simultaneous management of various groups of graphs that can be created as desired and are included in "Container Windows" called Views.
It is therefore possible to populate the main view with the desired charts, for example those set to analyze the Engine parameters, and create a second view with the charts for the frame, etc.
By clicking on the vertical TABs on the left side of the screen, you can quickly switch between Views.
The Minimum, Average and Maximum table is a useful tool for identifying any peaks of sensor values or operating anomalies of the vehicle immediately after the data download.
Each column represents the maximum, average or minimum values (viewable by clicking the respective button) reached by the various sensors in the lap whose time is indicated in the column header.
MAAT highlights the peak value reached during the session with the color assigned to the sensor.
The Laps Comparison is managed in MAAT as a new entity in its own right, with its own customizable Views and its charts.
At each lap loaded in comparison, a default color is assigned which represents all the channels and the trajectories related to that lap.
At the bottom of the screen, horizontally, the Delta graph is shown showing the progression of time deltas (if you are based on distance) and the distance delta (if you are on time basis).