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Anyone know of any software other than the program that came with the computer that will work with the Atmos2? I'm looking for something that will compute average depth and other stuff that the Aeris software doesn't.
Touch me there again and we will have to get married.
I don't know of any, but a trick that I used with the Oceanic software was to export or "print to file" the detailed data. Then I imported that into Excel and did the average.
After you do that a couple times and compare the Excel result with your estimate of average depth from looking at a profile plot of the dive, you may decide that your eyeball estimates are close enough for things like SAC calculations.