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View your astrology graphs in points, or percentages...




When OMNICYCLES finishes calculating a graph and shows it on the screen, you may view it in two different modes:

1) Absolute number of points. The scale at the left of the graph will show the number of points (representing the sum total of the points given by the combination of aspects in effect during the time period selected).

2) Percentage of deviation from the "mean". In most cases, this is the way you'll want to view your astrology graphs, since you will immediately be able to judge the true strength of the transits in effect.  You see, the fact that one of the lines on the graph rises or falls doesn't have to mean much at all: in order to tell whether the fluctuations are something out-of-the-ordinary or not, they should be compared to the "mean". For each aspect file, we have calculated the average number of points generated by the transits in the file for the natal charts of a number of people over a period of at least 50 years.
1000 calculations were done, distributed randomly over 60 years, starting at birth, for each of ten individuals. The resulting "mean" values were then included in the file. On the graph, 100% represents the average number of points produced by the transits in the aspect file. Thus, if the line representing the "harmonious" aspects goes up to 270% (for example), this means that the individualīs transits at the moment are 170%
ABOVE the mean. Obviously a "good" time!  

   If you wish, you may also recalculate these average values using your own (or someone else's) chart, in order to obtain even more precision when doing your graphs. The examples below show how the graphs may be viewed in each of the two modes...




  View the graphs in points, whereby you'll see two lines for the "mean": one corresponding to the "harmonious" aspects (blue), the other to the "tense" (red) ones.  
- or view them in "percentage". Here, the one line representing the mean suffices: 100% corresponds to the respective mean values of each of the two types of aspects. Therefore, if the blue line is at 150%, and the red one at 90%, you know at once that the harmonious aspects are 50% ABOVE average, and the tense aspects 10% BELOW average.
 When entering the beginning date for your graph, you have two options: either type in the date of your choice, or begin with the date and time of your computerīs clock. Also, you may choose to have the starting date you enter appear at the far left of the graph (i.e., at the "beginning" of the time period chosen for the graph), or else you may "center" it: in this case, the date you enter will appear in the center of the graph, and the time period you chose will extend from the far left, to the far right of the graph, thus allowing you to see the movement of the graph lines both before as well as after the date you selected.


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