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I'm new to the site, and am loving the features!  I'm still finding my way round, and am playing with the utilities - but what are the "loops" I see e.g. in the output for the D/T matrix tool?

In the output for the D/T matrix tool, the legend says things like "This and the next loop is ok".  What's a "loop"?

Cheers,
Dan.

in Miscellaneous by metronauts (140 points)

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Filling the grid once is one DT loop. If you filled the grid 7 times then you have looped the grid 7 times. That means you have at least seven caches of each DT grid.
by Clubmud! (3.2k points)
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This means the number of caches of each D/T combinaiton.

As a premium member you can specify special filter "Loops" and you can tell that you want for example 3 caches from each D/T combination.
by Jakuje (Moderator) (112k points)
Excellent - thanks for that!
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