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- - By retep1 (***) [de] Date 2018-10-23 11:57
is it possible in Aquarium 2018 (build 100) to show the computer evaluations of imported games in the tree (after tree creation)?
Parent - - By Ghengis-Kann (***) [us] Date 2018-10-25 16:45
Click Tree tab.

Click options wrench near where you select the tree (upper left of screen).

Chose Add --> engine evaluations --> browse to the tree where IA put that analysis.

I usually rename the column to something shorter than the full path,
Parent - By retep1 (***) [de] Date 2018-10-25 18:13 Upvotes 1
Thanks for the answer. However, it's not about how you see it, I do the evaluations generated by Engines in Aquarium as you describe it.
It's about taking over computer evaluations from imported games.
So I put databases together from playchess games (from chessbase) and now I would like to take over these computer ratings in a column (here: annotations). But how does that work?
Parent - - By ANUAR71 (**) [my] Date 2018-10-29 06:54
in my opinion, it can not be done without analysis .
AQuarium are different than fritz or another cb gui (sw/software) .

data is entered only by the idea process either manually (sandbox/idea process) or auto analysis (database /idea process)
Parent - - By Ghengis-Kann (***) [us] Date 2018-10-29 23:20
It looks like annotation.

Annotation in Aquarium is not always super intuitive.
I can think of 6 different forms off the top of my head, short before, short after, long before, long after in the notation window, and tree annotations are separate from notation window annotations. There are also a completely separate annotations in the area you get to by clicking Good, Interesting, Dubious, or Critical in one of the IDEA windows.

I really have no clue about what the answer is, but will mess around with it if you upload a sample game.
Parent - - By pawnslinger (****) [us] Date 2018-10-30 07:10 Edited 2018-10-30 08:28
If the game is in PGN notation, why wouldn't Aquarium just accept the PGN comments and insert them into the notation window?  Getting the evals into the tree might be trickier though, my guess is that the evals would have to be imported from an EPD file (because that is how Aquarium stores evals apart from the tree structure).  Not knowing the format of the file he is trying to work with makes it hard to give solid advice.

But from what I've read in this thread and the screenshot he gave... he has the evals as comments in a PGN file.  Hard to see how to get them into a tree.  Maybe someone could write a short program to convert from PGN to EPD... 20 years ago, I would have given that a try myself, but I am way too old and grumpy to try that sort of thing nowadays.

I wonder what program produced the file he is trying to import?  Did he say above?  Maybe that program has a way to produce an EPD file instead of a PGN file??
Parent - By retep1 (***) [de] Date 2018-10-30 19:37
I finally made it.
Here is my approach:
I first converted a pgn-file from the MZ-Chess forum (Monday October 29 Blitz Tour from the Chessbase playchess server) to the Chessbase-format (under Chessbase 14) and then loaded it into Aquarium 2018. Then create the database via build tree as a new book (playchess 291018) and replace the playchess 291018_main.aqt in the annotation column with playchess 291018.aqt. After that I finished aquarium After reopening: the evaluations were initially displayed as annotations as a separate annotation. I changed that, by checking the tick with separate annotations.
sorry for my google-english.
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