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    Senior Member Lyrebird's Avatar
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    Anybody use colour analysis?

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    Does anybody here use a colour analyser on their roasts?

    If you do and you would be willing to share some results along with the roast profile that created the result (preferably in CSV format) please contact me via PM.

    I am playing with an algorithm that predicts colour development from the profile, some independent data validation would be very helpful.

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    G'Day Lyrebird,

    I do! however I'm sure its not what your looking for, does seem to be reasonably reliable.
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    Do you have metric eyeballs or old fashioned Imperial ones?
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    Knowing Yelta they're more likely to be Whitworth.


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    Joseph Whitworth is a bit of a hero of mine: he truly changed the world for the better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyrebird View Post
    Do you have metric eyeballs or old fashioned Imperial ones?
    Believe it or not, I've progressed to the point of being able to relate to either, which surprisingly enough, I feel gives me an advantage over those who have only had exposure to the metric system.

    Oh, and for JP's benefit, in my days of working on cars/machinery, I disliked whitworth with a passion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Oh, and for JP's benefit, in my days of working on cars/machinery, I disliked whitworth with a passion.
    Ah, that was caused by later standards differing from Whitworth's. He specified a standard hex size for each bolt and the spanners are labelled to reflect this: eg a Whitworth 1/2" spanner is to be used on a BSW 1/2" bolt, which will have a hex that is 3/4" across the flats (AF). Everybody else labelled the spanners with the actual spanner head gap, an idea which is retrospectively obvious, so when you go get a 1/2" AF spanner for a 1/2" BSW bolt the damned thing won't fit.
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