Last year’s addition of Stacked Charts in Debrief started the movement towards more free-flowing analysis using Debrief. Stacked Charts allowed the analyst to consider the relationships between any kind of data in Debrief. Traditionally Debrief had a tightly focused data model: platform tracks plus some sensor data. While new graphical annotations and cosmetic styling of
For the last year we’ve been steadily progressing Debrief’s data analysis capabilities (read last year’s introduction here), adding features in packages focussed on analysts’ requirements. The first major realisation of this is in Debrief’s new Tactical Overview display, which will be released later on today. This posting will give you an overview of the capability.
Viewing Debrief Issues in GitHub Viewing an Issue in Debrief/GitHub is very easy to do and though it’s not necessary to log into GitHub to view issues it is required if you wish to raise an issue. Navigate to the Debrief repository: Click on the Issues tab to view the list of all current issues.
Debrief is Hosted on Github Debrief is hosted on a platform/repository called GitHub. If you’re familiar with GitHub, that’s great; but if you’re not, then we have created some blog posts to help you get up to speed fast. I don’t know about you, but whenever I start with something new I’m eager to get
We’re launching a new capability for a broader set of analysis. In addition to running standalone this tool will be seamlessly integrated into with Debrief. Why Do We Need a New Tool? Debrief traditionally enjoys a fixed data model, understanding precisely how to exploit, visualise and process each type of data. Over the years analysts
After 20 years of using the same colours, from 1st May 2015, Debrief gets a new color palette. Following the introduction of an alternative background colour set (Debrief’s background was always black before), the decision was made to introduce a new palette set of new colours. This was not only to help with a cleaner