This is one way i will try to collect data this weekend and idea comes from the pro Kelly who was active member in this forum in the past. We talk about several deflectors hitting and scatter overlaps and i pop the question how to make such chart visual.
Then he sad he would post such chart as he had solution, but never did.
So assume you have three vertical deflector hitting and you want a deeper understanding what happens when different ball jumps overlap or end up in same area from different deflector hits.
Important is that first deflector donate ball jumps into same high probability area.
The goal is same to find peaks and bias patterns to emerge.
So this is how i think about solution of plotter such chart.
Assume 12 a clock 3 o’clock 6 a clock hit - a dominant drop zone with three defectors hitting.
Then ball jumps from 12 o’clock will donate hits into 3 a clock area and 6 a clock area
Ball jumps from 3 o’clock will donate hits into 6 o’clock area and beyond.
And so on.
Now ball impact on 12 a clock will be hard and ball impact on 3 a clock will be medium and ball impact on 6 o’clock will be weak. And scatter patterns will be Large, Medium, Small
All this in theory and general speaking physics.
Now there is around 10 pockets between two vertical deflectors.
So hits from 12 a clock has the sign X
Hits from 3 a clock has the sign Y
Hits from 6 a clock has the sign Z
So her you would use 12 a clock as your reference deflector when clocking ball speed and making visual ballistic read.
So distance would be same from A to B
Other part you just add to offset.
What we can learn from such chart is how ball jumps overlap into each others areas and create scatter patterns.