Not sure where to post this - which dive planner software do you use?
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GAP is i guess the most used as it has a free verion based on on the Bühlmann model.
You can download the older but free version from their site http://www.gap-software.com/download..._software.html
(dont forget the patch)
Works well, i've been using it for a while. You can then get the newer v2.8.
V-Planner. Although I am not doing technical diving (unless you count basic Nitrox dives) I am using it to learn about mixed gas diving, and create tables for my recreational nitrox dives. I use M-Plan on my Palm. I've tried Gap, Abyss, HLPlanner, but like VPlanner best.
Fellas, be careful with the old deco planners - The RGBM and VPM models tend to provide insufficient deco in the shallows, according to Mark Elyatt (Deepest dive on scuba - 313 meters in December 2003)
He's developed a deco check application, which will verify the deco schedules provided by V-planner, GAP etc.