Ever tried to flip through hundreds or thousands of index cards and average crack and duration times on the fly? Roastmaster can with ease!
It feeds this data, filtered by the criteria you have set in the control strip buttons above (or specific roasts via the “benchmark mode”), to the gauge and graph. The graph is a visual indicator of roast curves, duration and crack times of both your current roast, and the matched past roasts as well. It gives you instant feedback of which roasts were matched based on your current roast, or any specific roast you choose.
The crack times of past roasts are graphed according to the ratings you have assigned them – the higher the rating, the taller the line marker. Duration times of past roasts are graphed as a white bar above the x-axis legend.
The timer wiper tracks minutes and seconds as it scrolls across the screen. When you register first and second cracks in your current roast, these values, along with the final quench time, are plotted along the bottom of the graph as green, magenta and black circles.
Need more screen real estate for curves and heavy data collection?
Open the full screen graph view! This graph is completely interactive. You can swipe-pan, pinch-zoom, and manually change the resolution of the x-axis to get the graphing resolution to need to see exactly how your curve variables are changing.
You can tap on individual nodes to selected them and see their precise value. With a node selected, tap in the digital readout to change the value of that node, or, with just a curve selected, tap the digital readout and enter a value to create a new node at the current point in the roast.
The full screen graph displays the average first crack, second crack and duration times of the currently matched past roasts. It also looks through the matched past roasts, and finds the highest rated, most recent roast, containing roasting curves, and displays its curves in-line with the current curves as dotted lines – perfect for matching a target roast with precision!