Dangerous is a space adventure, trading, and combat simulator that is the fourth release in the Elite video game series. Dangerous, with the permission of Frontier Developments plc, for non-commercial purposes. It is not endorsed by nor reflects the views or opinions of Frontier Developments and no employee of Frontier Developments was involved in the making of it. It also receives trade data from EDDN , a real-time stream you can use to contribute data.
It's very easy and pulls data straight from the Frontier web api. Other options that use the api are summarized here. There are also some tools like EliteOCR that scrape trade data from game screenshots.
ETN uses lots of great open source tech, including: Each query searches for trade routes in an ellipsoid region of over a thousand systems around the source and destination if specified. Repeated Dijkstra is used for route planning. Route selection minimizes travel time and fuel cost prioritizing travel time. When you access ETN, the server automatically records the temporary, anonymous information that your browser sends whenever you visit a website.
This logging may include information such as your search parameters, Internet Protocol address, browser type, browser language and the date and time of your request. This is used to monitor load on the server and improve the website. It is not used to track or record information about individuals.
The forum thread for ETN is here. Toggle navigation Elite Trade Net. Switch source and destination. Allow systems requiring permits. Allow stations without pad info. Trade budget credits, optional: Reset to default settings. Notes The top slider summarizes the optimal trade routes. The currently selected route is shown in green. The bottom slider outlines the individual trades for the selected route. The currently selected trade is drawn in orange.
Drag a slider or click the map to select a different route or trade. The width of each trade arc is the profit of the route. Optimized ship loadouts maximize cargo capacity with reasonably sized shields. ETN remembers search settings across browser sessions using local storage. Try ETN on your tablet or phone. Tech ETN uses lots of great open source tech, including: Privacy When you access ETN, the server automatically records the temporary, anonymous information that your browser sends whenever you visit a website.
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