Mermaid Release Notes v1.3.0.1

The latest release of Mermaid is now available. In this release we’ve made some changes to the metocean tab to improve its useability.

If you are not yet a user, remember that Mermaid has a free four-week trial. If you’re interested in Mermaid please get in touch.

New Features

MM-2333: Metocean Tab Redesign

We’ve redesigned the metocean tab to improve importing and data viewing experience.  This is particularly useful in files with a large number of metocean points (for example, if a user keeps a library type file of data). Read more >

Mermaid 2019 Upgrades

The past month has seen two significant software updates to Mermaid.  This article introduces these updates and explains what benefits they bring the user. If you’re not a current user and would like to know more, then try a free trial –  Get in touch!

Metocean Climatology Statistics Module

This significant upgrade of Mermaid sees the introduction of the Metocean Climatology Module and makes Mermaid one of the most diverse and comprehensive weather planning tools available.

It provides the options to generate both simple climatology statistics and complex simulations of marine operations together with a free metocean database. Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v1.3.0.0

The latest release of Mermaid is now available. In this release there is only one new feature, but it is a big one which we have been working on for a long time.

If you are not yet a user, remember that Mermaid has a free four-week trial. If you’re interested in Mermaid please get in touch.

New Features

MM-2286: Metocean Statistics

It is now possible to generate overview metocean statistics, including probability of exceedance, persistence and occurrence stats and metocean distribution tables.  Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v1.2.0.30

The latest release of Mermaid is now available. In this release there are a number of new features in the results side of Mermaid

If you are not yet a user, remember that Mermaid has a free four-week trial. If you’re interested in Mermaid please get in touch.

New Features

MM-1286: Axis Options

It is now possible to manually set the axis limits on charts.

MM-1354: Export progress burn up data to Excel

The data displayed in the progress burn up charts can now be exported to Microsoft Excel. Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v1.2.0.25

The latest release of Mermaid is now available, including the addition of crews for restricting work.

If you are not yet a user, remember that Mermaid has a free four-week trial. If you’re interested in Mermaid please get in touch.

New Features

MM-2023: Crews

It is now possible to restrict work using simple crews, a full explanation of how this feature works can be found here on our support portal.

Bug-fixes

MM-2230: Adding a 13th results set causes all chart series to be the same colour.

Read more >

Time series variability blog

How do different aspects of the input metocean data affect Mermaid results?

There are a range of sources of variability when it comes to putting together a Mermaid analysis, and they can all affect the output statistics to various degrees.  It could be subtle changes such as weather thresholds, task durations or the level of suspendability; or more strategic changes such as vessel and port choice.  But that’s what Mermaid is designed for, for you to be able to tweak and optimise your operation to minimise the weather risk. Read more >