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Meaning of annotations in game analysis

 
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 15, 2017 6:45 pm    Post subject: Meaning of annotations in game analysis Reply with quote

Hi all;

Just bought Deep Hiarcs for MAC, and think is really amazing.

I read the PDF manual, but don't reach to know the following:

once finished a game analysis ┐what exactly means the numbers that are shown just after a move? for example:

+0.58/15
-1.20/17

┐the colours of those notations matter?


THANKS !
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Mark Uniacke
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 2:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am glad you like the product.

The section of the manual dealing with analysis is the Analysis Explorer section (page 41-45).

There is also context sensitive help, if you press fn+f1 in the Analysis Explorer it will take you to section dealing with this, click on concise view and statistics view to get info on them.

From the manual..
The engine analysis is presented as Evaluation/Depth Principle-line

These data values are explained below:.
Evaluation in pawns. A positive value is in favour of White and shown in blue, a negative value is in favour of Black and shown in red. For example +1.00 would indicate White is the equivalent of 1 pawn ahead.
Depth of search. This is the depth in half-moves or plies that the engine has searched to. The deeper an engine searches the better its analysis result usually is.
Principle line - This is the expected line of play the engine expects to occur with best play.
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