Supply and Demand Trade Chart

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Supply and Demand Trade Chart

Post by strataholic » Sun, 20. Nov 05, 08:26

I just wanted to let everyone know that I've made a printable quick-reference trade chart for X3. This file contains a full listing of all factories in each race's territory (not by individual sectors - so no spoiler info), and what wares each factory requires and produces.

Also listed is the average price of the wares produced to help rookie traders (and us old forgetful ones) determine if a factory has a good price or not. I've also included the cargo size and space required to haul the produced ware.

Please let me know if you find any wrong info or if there was something I missed. I hope someone else can put this to good use too. :)

Trade_Chart_X3.xls

File hosted at http://www.hmrguild.com/X3Reunion
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Post by RaGodofTehSun » Sun, 20. Nov 05, 08:50

MY GOD thank you SOOOO much i have been wanting this forever!

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Post by iwakefie » Sun, 20. Nov 05, 17:45

Cheers, mate! This could prove most useful.

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Post by LV » Sun, 20. Nov 05, 18:24

I was going to shift this to XU where such a fine addition deserves to be, then i noticed you had linked it in a sticky, You should edit in a short readme with that link on the XU or most peeps will ignore ;)


Nice work
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Post by cox325 » Sun, 20. Nov 05, 18:26

nice one mate. I'll stop doing mine now !!!!! LOL

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Post by strataholic » Sun, 20. Nov 05, 20:10

Glad you like it. I'm just happy I finally got to contribute something back to the community.

LV - feel free to move this over to XU if you want. That is actually where I meant to post it, but I accidently grabbed the wrong forum window. I guess I spent too much time in space hunting down all the factories yesterday. :D
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Post by UlteriorModem » Wed, 30. Nov 05, 20:06

Just wanted to add my thanks.

Nice piece of work.

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Post by LV » Wed, 30. Nov 05, 20:13

Who said we don't react quickly around here :roll:
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Post by KipperTheFish » Wed, 30. Nov 05, 20:20

And if only you used something other than excel, more of us might use it.......thanks anyway
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Post by Apocholypse » Wed, 30. Nov 05, 21:55

It's all so complicated :gruebel:

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Post by scritty » Wed, 30. Nov 05, 21:59

You don't need Excl to open files like this. Plenty of free progs that will open most Excel stuff as long as they don't use VB. Do a search on google and download one you like. (Mostly called things like "Premier Office" and suchlike) Always worth having a spreadsheet anyway


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Post by ben-66 » Wed, 30. Nov 05, 22:12

Thanks, and thank you for making it "printer friendly" :D

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Post by Witchking » Wed, 30. Nov 05, 22:21

Thanks for this, it will be very usefull when I buy X3. If anyone wants to use this but doesn't have or want to have Microshaft Office can I recommend the excellent and free Open Source alternative Open Office Suite. As I said it's completely free, contains a word processor (like MS Word) , a database, a spreadsheet a drawing utility and a presentation utility (like Powerpoint) ect, they all allow you to open and save docs as native format or MS Word equivilents


Here is the link http://www.openoffice.org/

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Post by Twelvefield » Wed, 30. Nov 05, 23:04

The main problem with spreadsheet programs like Excel, and their freeware cousins, is that once you get them, people like your spouse expect you to use them, especially during X3 time.

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Post by soloelf » Thu, 1. Dec 05, 21:54

This is WAY better then I would have made it... but then again I'm lazy :P

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