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Is there a panet locator

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#1 Posted: 2012.11.24 13:14
Hey all,
Im currently revamping my pi plan, reallocating about 40 planets. And ive spent a couple of hours assessing all of my available systems to set up my "ideal" pi network.

Is there a website, 3rd party application, tool that will not only list out what planets are in each system (I already know that exist) but something that gives details of each planet. Kind of a quality indicator? I know that being able to see planets in planet view is out of the question, but something that will give me an indicator of the ammount or volume of raw pi material on each planet. Basically give me that horizontal bar chart at the top of the planet mode screen.

Thanks all
irish
I like to have my cake and eat it too
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#2 Posted: 2012.11.24 22:51
irishFour wrote:
Hey all,
Im currently revamping my pi plan, reallocating about 40 planets. And ive spent a couple of hours assessing all of my available systems to set up my "ideal" pi network.

Is there a website, 3rd party application, tool that will not only list out what planets are in each system (I already know that exist) but something that gives details of each planet. Kind of a quality indicator? I know that being able to see planets in planet view is out of the question, but something that will give me an indicator of the ammount or volume of raw pi material on each planet. Basically give me that horizontal bar chart at the top of the planet mode screen.

Thanks all
irish


There isn't anything (that i've ever heard of, and i've looked) that has information relating to what quantities of the materials are available on a planet. To do this players would need to manually view each planet and save the values themselves.

I use the eve database (the downloadable database with all item data) to search for planets based on type and size in a general area (region, several regions). You can also use dotlan and view each systems planet data (type, size) for an easy to access reference.
Working Stiffs
#3 Posted: 2012.11.24 23:39
Not quite what you want, but still handy: http://eveplanets.com/
#4 Posted: 2012.11.25 17:29  |  Edited by: Krixtal Icefluxor
THIS one is invaluable. Gives TrueSec too.

http://www.eve-extra.com/Map/SelectRegion.aspx



Edit: No.....you will not find anything telling exact quanity/quality of planets. That varies with time and is based on TrueSec value tbh.

From experience, a .1 system planet will yield about twice a .5 system planet with the same setup over the same extraction time setting.
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#5 Posted: 2012.11.26 20:34
erm...did these help, Irish ?
"He has mounted his hind-legs, and blown crass vapidities through the bowel of his neck."  - Ambrose Bierce on Oscar Wilde's Lecture in San Francisco 1882
#6 Posted: 2012.11.26 20:43
Krixtal Icefluxor wrote:
erm...did these help, Irish ?



eve extra not so much, eve planets yeah.
As one of the directors of the corp, im holding a contest for my corpies to do the surveying for me.

thanks for the input.
I like to have my cake and eat it too
#7 Posted: 2012.11.26 20:48  |  Edited by: Krixtal Icefluxor
irishFour wrote:
Krixtal Icefluxor wrote:
erm...did these help, Irish ?



eve extra not so much, eve planets yeah.
As one of the directors of the corp, im holding a contest for my corpies to do the surveying for me.

thanks for the input.



Eve Planets is valuable only for it's truesec valus. Those .01 values seriously make a difference believe it or not.

edit: Try for planets between .455 (rounds to .5 so is a high sec) and .5
"He has mounted his hind-legs, and blown crass vapidities through the bowel of his neck."  - Ambrose Bierce on Oscar Wilde's Lecture in San Francisco 1882
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