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Old 09-20-2014, 10:58 AM   #1
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Hi, wondering why my MPG is not showing in my Log Book ? First one does, next two do not.

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Old 09-20-2014, 11:35 AM   #2
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Your fillup on Sept 12 is marked as a partial fill. When you do not completely fill the tank, no calculation is made for that tank, or for the next one as readings can fluctuate wildly for a partial fill and the next tank. Provided your next fill is a full tank, Fuelly will start calculating tank averages with your next fillup.

If the Sept 12 fillup was a full tank, and marked as a partial on accident, just go in and edit that entry, and remove the check from partial tank. Then calculations will be provided for the two entries.
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Hi, thanks for the quick replay. My 2nd fill up was a partial fill up. The fill up today was a normal fill up. When I did it via the android app i'm sure it said best MPG at 53. something. Wondering why I have no graph yet either in the recent fill ups ?
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Because fillups that don't calculate don't generate a point on the chart either.
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Old 09-20-2014, 02:46 PM   #5
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Ah, I see, thanks for the help. One more thing (sorry to be a pest) I have noticed that in my recent activity display it says I had my best MPG of 53.1 (says two because I deleted & input again when nothing on the graph showed) but does not show that on the Log Book or Basic Stats etc
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I see a best of 37.5. Maybe you're viewing some cached data? Try holding the CTRL key while clicking refresh.
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Hi, everything is sorted now thanks for your help & info. I had misunderstood what a partial fill up meant. My second fill up was not a partial fill up. Changing that has put everything else in line !
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Yes, a partial fill is when you purchase fuel, but you don't completely fill the tank.
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