Mermaid HQ has been working hard over the last two weeks to bring you our latest release, Mermaid will auto-update on its next restart. As always, if you have any suggestions for improvements that you would like to see in Mermaid then let us know through the customer support portal.
MM-413 ‘Produce burn up chart for % progress’
We have added a new type of chart, the ‘Progress Burn Up’ chart, to help you analyse your data within Mermaid. This chart graphs the percentage progress made through the total work of your operation, against time. You have the option to show all runs, or alternatively the median progress of groups of runs based on a configurable start date range.
Dr. Rich Walker has written a detailed article on ‘Progress Burn Up’ charts, which can be found here
For precision the progress value for the statistical progress runs is calculated by taking the median value at each individual timestep of your operation.
As with all our other charts you can easily export to an image for inclusion within any reports you are creating.
Progress burn up values are created when importing your raw data to the .mres file, therefore if you would like to include a progress burn up for an existing operation you will need to re-import the output zip file.
MM-1571 Should not have both ‘No Start Date’ and ‘No movable start date’ errors
MM-1560 Setting 100 or more repeats on a task causes the repeat number to wrap on the task card
MM-1559 Duplicating vessel creates vessel with white colour
MM-1551 Should not return two errors for Function without a name
MM-1568 Labels are badly positioned in metocean excel import