I would like to suggest the implementation of a data export function. The particular data I am interested in right now pertains to the relative strengths of partials detected by the program. It is interesting to look at individual notes, but it would be even more interesting to graph what is happening globally, and to trace trends in the data.
We have at our university a Fazioli F278. The voicing generally meets with high approval. It would be interesting to see how each of the partials trends as we move across the scale from bottom to top. On other pianos, I have certain voicing protocols that I use to move in certain desired directions. It would be interesting to look at the patterns of partial strength before and after a given protocol is employed.
I can do this now if I painstakingly record data note by note, measuring the partials with the freeze function, then manually entering the values into a spreadsheet. If however, this data could be collected by the program for each of the notes, then exported as a file that could be read by Excel or similar programs, a lot of information could be made use of in very short order.
Even for a given note, there is a significant degree of variability from sample to sample. One could sample the entire scale two or three times and calculate averages, but there might also be value in having some way to collect more than one sample for each note prior to export, or even to record an average of two or three samples.
This is another area where I see the existing features of the program leading in potentially interesting directions -- directions that could be particularly valuable from a learning/pedagogical standpoint.