Warframe Mod Comparison Tool
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******Disclaimer******
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This Mod Comparison Tool is based on my own calculations and my understanding of game mechanics, aided by such resources as the Warframe Wiki and Warframe Builder. Some of these calculations may be subject to error, and I am not responsible for any Forma usage (other than my own) resulting from any incorrect calculations. I will be updating this document regularly to fix incorrect calculations, add new weapon information, and/or add functionality. Please note that, if you make a copy of this document to avoid editing conflicts or to take a closer look at the formulas I've used, those copies will not inherit any changes I make to this version.
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Feedback
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Link to the WMCT Discord server
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If this tool is hard to use, if you have ideas about functionality I could add, or if you can't stand the lack of colors or table borders in some parts of this spreadsheet, let me know at the above link. FashionFrame is not my strong suit; I much prefer an effective tool over a pretty one, but I am open to constructive criticism if it aids accessibility. The above link will take you to the Discord server for this tool, which facilitates the sharing of information, discussion, and feedback regarding this tool. This is also where the changelog is now stored, so that it isn't tied to any particular version of the tool.
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How to use this tool
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1. Select weapon by entering its name in the top left corner of the sheet (spelling needs to be correct, but there is a dropdown list for ease of selection)
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2. Set the rank of the mods you own
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2a. This rank can go up to 10 for Primed and some other mods, can be 0 for unranked mods, or -1 for unowned mods
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3. Set what order your elemental mods will be in
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3a. A weapon's base elemental type is already factored into the elemental combinations that are calculated
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3b. Use the numbers 1 through 4 (if you need that many) to indicate what order these mods are in
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3c. If you don't need a certain elemental mod, leave the corresponding cell blank in the Order column
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4. Throw together a build by entering 1 in each cell under "Mod selection 1" that corresponds to a mod you want in the build
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5. Compare a second build by doing the same in the "Mod selection 2" column
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6. Check out the options to the right of the mod section
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6a. The "Metric" option represents whatever you're trying to optimize for (e.g. Burst or Sustained DPS)
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6b. The "Compare" toggle just switches the order in which the damage and DPS numbers under each build are divided to calculate percent change
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6c. Use the "Available slots" option to indicate how many mod slots are available for filling (e.g. if using an ammo mutation mod, this would be 7)
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7. Check out the "Relative Value Grid" to see if there are any mod swaps you can perform to improve performance relative to the metric you selected
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7a. The mod being swapped out is found along the left edge, and the mod being swapped in along the top edge
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7b. Cells along the diagonal indicate the value of swapping in the corresponding mod (since swapping the same mod in and out wouldn't make any sense)
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7c. All cells in this matrix take into account the desired metric, the base stats of the chosen weapon, and all mods currently in the build
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Regarding Editability
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As of 5/3/18, I've enabled edit permissions for everybody on certain ranges. This is meant to reduce the need for copying or downloading the spreadsheet. However, there may be situations where multiple users want to e.g. optimize two different primary weapons at the same time. I highly recommend making a copy of the spreadsheet to your own Google Drive to alleviate this issue before it happens. This option is under the "File" tab at the top of the screen. If you don't have a Google account, you can download the spreadsheet as a .xlsx file (in the same menu). If you don't have Excel, you can get OpenOffice or LibreOffice for free, in order to open and modify the spreadsheet. The main downside to having your own copy is that it won't inherit changes I make to this document automatically. Check the Changelog in Discord to see when there's an update that's worth making a new copy for.
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