jEveAssets is a wonderful tool for any Eve Online capsuleer. Based on the GNU General Public License 2.0 this standalone tool, requires no installation, just unzip and its ready to go. Designed to give players a central point to track all of their assets (something that becomes increasingly difficult as one progresses through Eve Online) jEveAssets current version is 1.4.1 and provides a bevy of options for asset tracking and management.
The main page opens up with a complete list of all the items owned by the current account, capable of tracking multiple characters, displaying each items name, item group, category, owning character and currently stored location. Each of these fields are clickable to allow instant reorganization of all items by the field wanted. For example one can click on the location tab to organize all the items the player owns by where they are in the eve universe, or they can organize by name, finding out amongst how many places minerals or modules of the same type are stored. An immediate benefit one can get from these abilities is a helpful assistant in planning consolidation of their accrued items.
Under the tools section of the menu at the top of the screen, one of the drop down options is the Values calculator. What this window does is take downloaded price data, combined with owned items, and all wallet data and combines that into one page to give a players financial overview in a single concise way. There are 3 columns, Grand total (assets of all characters + corporation), Character (valued assets of currently selected character) and corporation (requires proper roles within your corporation to have access, used primarily for corp owners/CEOs). These columns then break down the assets applicable by total, wallet balance, assets valued, sell orders, escrows, a name and value of the player’s priciest asset, best ship by value, and finally best module by value. This tool is one of the most comprehensive and useful parts of jEveAssets, giving the player a quick way to see their economic standings.
The materials tool is much like the values tool, except centered exclusively on refined minerals. First everything is broken down by location showing quantity of each mineral with the accumulated value of each, then a summary broken down by mineral type, and a grand total value for all minerals combined. This is a great asset for any manufacturer or industrialist.
The ship load outs tool shows each ship owned by the player, along with all fitted modules, all items in the cargo and a grand total value with ship, and module values available separately as well. This I find to be a unique feature in eve, as most tools I have used are only capable of loading exported xml fittings of ships, and not be able to pull the data of the players currently owned ships with such detail.
The Market Orders tool gives an overview of all market orders, current and even completed ones, filterable by character and current state of the order. This is again, an impressive feature, allowing players to maintain a permanent record of what they purchased and sold items for, in an easily navigable space, instead of having to make a written note. Handy for any traders in the Eve Online universe. Bellow the market orders tool, is the Industry Jobs tool, functioning similar to the market orders tool, giving a permanent history of all current and completed jobs, filterable by character, activity and current state of the Industry job. Handy for any industrialist.
Finally one of the most intriguing tools is the Routing tool, which is a calculator meant to figure the shortest route to take using up to 13 waypoints. This uses a brute force algorithm, calculating all the possible routes that can be taken between the selected points, providing the player with the shortest one. This could be a big time saver for anyone trying to consolidate their items and cut down on jumps needed.
Overall jEveAssets is a handy tool for any Eve player, and I highly recommend it.
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