Debrief is an Open Source Java application used to analyze ship and submarine tracks in 2 and 3 dimensions. The analyst is presented with calculated performance data during "runs" of the vessel tracks, and is able to annotate the diagram before exporting it in WMF format.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics 3D Modeling Editors Vector-Based Presentation Scientific/Engineering Visualization|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The y-scale origin is now displayed in bold on time-variable plots. A stacked-dots plot is now provided to assist in plot-locking (track dragging). The user can now load a default set of layers. 4-figure dates and multi-word track titles are now allowed in the REP file format. A grid with a user-specified origin, arc annotation with fill and plot-spokes options, and a new software installer were added.
Release Notes: New features include an Overview Plot, 3d bathymetric data, the ability to export plots to WMF, multi-line annotations, and tooltips.
Release Notes: This version adds a new worldwide gridded depth database, greatly improved 3-plotting (including realistic models of ships, submarines, helicopters, and aircraft), and track-shifting (typically used to synchronize submarine tracks). Many bugfixes have also been made.
Release Notes: A new ability to scroll back and forth through your exercise using the mouse-wheel, together with zooming in and out using the CTRL button.
Release Notes: Debrief 2001 adds the following major new features: Vectored chart & bathymetry data, Plotting sensor data, Managing narrative data, and Record to video.