I'm happy to present you a new version of D3Analyzer.com !
Attributes are now calculated "unbuffed" and are organized through Attack, Defense, Resources and Adventure topics. Comparison and ranking facilities are still available and a new one appears for running simulations.
Skills analysis now allows to see most popular builds using active skills (with or without runes) and/or passive ones. Combine this with the filters system to search for particular builds.
Items analysis has been reorganized for a better readability. More facilities will also come later...
I hope that this new version will be useful and that you'll appreciate it. Feel free to post feedback and suggestions, since I'll read them with a real interest !
- 10/17/2013 11:49:52 AM Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
9/5/2013 7:07:10 PM
New facility: the "Skills" page now shows you most used builds (depending on your active filters).Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
9/1/2013 5:23:47 PM
I'm interested in your feedback about D3Analyzer...Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
What's your feeling about it ? Is it useful ? Too complicated ? User-friendly ?
How do you think it could be improved ?
I'm aware of a few issues already (in particular with max stats) and I think I should calculate some unbuffed figures, but don't hesitate to share your own opinion and ideas.
By the way, I would also like to get some feedback about using D3Analyzer on mobile devices.
8/29/2013 6:03:02 PM
Hi,Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I'm working on D3Analyzer.com, a tool which allows you to analyze your Diablo 3 heroes.
It provides statistics about heroes attributes, skills and items.
You can also use various filters in view to search for particular builds.
What are the most used skills for level 60 barbarians ?
What is the average DPS of witch-doctors having more than 50k life ?
What are the most popular properties on monks gloves ?
This website should allow you to get this answers, and much more ;-)
Hoping it can help...
11/11/2012 12:58:50 PM
EDIT: D3Analyzer.com is replacing Diabloz.com. The website organization has been reviewed and is now based on Attributes, Skills and Items topics.Posted in: Theorycrafting and Analysis
8/12/2012 6:15:21 PM
Note that builds in english are still missing... but not for longPosted in: Diablo Tools
I'm also working on a new facility: the stuff analyzer.
It's not fully working yet, but I'm pleased to get feedback already...
8/10/2012 10:14:15 AM
Hi,Posted in: Diablo Tools
I'm also interested in this API, which seems to be not available yet.
However, this DPS calculator seems able to load heroes... don't know how.
By the way, I can use your own tool (using Chrome); nothing happens.
8/10/2012 10:00:27 AM
Hi,Posted in: Diablo Tools
I've rescently created DiabloZ, a search engine for Diablo 3 character builds.
It allows to find relevant builds easily, from keywords search.
Players can submit their builds through the character builder, using the official Blizzard's calculator then adding some descriptive text about their build.
A keywords system allows to insert links with tooltips for skills or items.
Here is a build example.
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