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  • I have created a Raw Materials Calculator. It is a work in progress and very incomplete at this point. It allows you to enter a quantity for desired items and will tell you how many of each raw material is required to craft that item.

    So for instance, if you want to craft a Nuclear Reactor, the calculator will let you know that you need the following:

    • Acid Mushroom: 12
    • Copper Ore: 6
    • Creepvine Seed Cluster: 3
    • Titanium: 20

    Does anyone else find this useful?

    Does it belong in the wiki?

    I'm working on adding items. Are there any items you'd like to see prioritized?

    Edit:

    I changed the link. The calculator is now hosted at codepen.io because jsfiddle has really obscure behavior when it comes to updating.

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    • 100% Useful, if you could take the time to make it a mod (so that it becomes another section of your tablet or so) would be perfect, but even as an external app  I'd use it.

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    • Maybe group the items into Crafting Materials and Final items (and maybe these too into Base-Parts, equipment and tools or so) 

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    • @Hobbamok, thanks for the feedback. I may group the craftables into categories at some point. For now, I've added a filter so you can more easily find the craftable item you want to create.  Type "beac" in the filter box to reduce the items to "Beacon", for instance.

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    • Umm.. Prioritise like the Cyclops man. But yeah, I would love this so much.

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    • The Cyclops has been added to the calculator. Include the Mobile Vehicle Bay in the calculation if you don't have that already.

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    • can u make it downloadable? Because it is not quit working for me.

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    • @Etrt879012

      Try using a different browser. It works in Chrome and Firefox.


      I just tried it and jsFiddle seems to fail in both Edge and IE

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    • Okay so first...thank you...this is perfect and was thinking about the definite need for doing so. If you could add some base structures as well that would be super. Ie...I want to build a mini base just past the mushroom forest...i want two structures for food, one for nuclear plant and a moonpool. So i need 12 base plates, 4 general structures, 1 moonpool plus the items. I need x to load up the cyclops as a blueprint for expanding my footprint. Just missing some of the base structures and it's the perfect tool.

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    • I've updated the Calculator. I've added a number of recipes including the Prawn suit and some base structures among various others. Additionally, I've added checkboxes to the shopping list which, when checked, remove the sub-materials from the shopping list. So, for instance, if you want to build the Cyclops and you already have an Advanced Wiring Kit, check the box next to "Advanced Wiring Kit" and the materials needed to create the Advanced Wiring Kit will be removed from the calculation.

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    • This is a really great tool, especially for complete base building in hard-to-reach places. I was almost about to create one myself when I found yours. Some suggestions:

      1. Add base structures, so that you can actually plan an entire base. EDIT: I see that most base structures are included, but the foundation is not.

      2. Add links to the wiki on the names in the generated list, so if you don't know where to find the materials, it's easy to find out.

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    • Great job !

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    • I would love to see this as an app for IOS on the iPad. I'd even pay for it, if it was well designed and updated, regularly. Getting it to work on browser ( even chrome ) is very difficult on an iPad. The page does not scroll all the way down. May I suggest that instead of placing a number in the field, tapping the name increments the amount by 1. This would be much easier than having to use the iPad keyboard as it pushes up, when needing to enter a number. At the moment I use pen and paper. Hard slogging, as alt tabbing to a browser constantly to keep track of materials takes you out of the game. I'd prefer to have my iPad next to me and use this tool, having the information before me without leaving the game, nor having to tab out to check off gathered materials. Awesome job so far though!

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    • I would love to help you refine this tool if your willing 

      If your interested my profile

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    • This is an incredibly useful tool, I use it all the time. But I think it would be cool if you also said what fragments you need (if you do need fragments at all!) to make the certain thing, and which biome(s) you would find the fragments in.

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    • any chance of this tool being updated? Recipes for some items are no longer correct

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    • It helps if you specify which recipes are no longer correct. Otherwise, I have to search the wiki recipe by recipe to see which recipes are broken.

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    • Sorry should've said in the first post. Computer chip recipe is no longer correct. I couldn't find any others.

      I was hoping to find a list of updated recipes in a changelog but I couldn't find one. 

      Thanks for creating this tool, I was worried it was no longer maintained!

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    • I've updated the recipe for Computer Chip. Let me know if you run into any other problems. Thanks for your comments!

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    • Uranium was removed in the prison update, making the recipe for reactor rod incorrect on your tool

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    • Thanks for the information. I have corrected the recipe for the following:

      • Reactor rod
      • Prawn suit
      • Prawn suit thermal reactor

      Added

      • Aerogel
      • Gel sack
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    • I moved the calculator to codepen.io because jsfiddle has obscure behavior when saving/updating. Update your bookmarks :)

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    • I love it! So I tried forking your code and adding a + button to the input field so I can use it without a keyboard. Unfortunately I haven't touched javascript in 10+ years and eventually ragequit lol. Any way to add an increment and/or decrement button? In fact, the whole input field could just be replaced by + and - buttons with the qty displayed, it's not like large values are common. Also, could "end product" assemblies be first in the list? Using your calculator to its best advantage, I can select "Seamoth" rather than "Power Cell" "Ingot" "Lubricant" "Glass" and "Rubber". Another way to put it: Advanced Wiring Kit might be first in the list, but if I'm using it right I shouldn't really ever need to select this by itself. Maybe a chronological order of end-products that match the game progression: tank, highcapacitytank, fins, welder, scanner, seaglide, builder, and so on. Easier than scrolling through the whole list to type in numbers for a "starter kit" shopping list

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    • I'm glad the calculator is useful to you. I added buttons to increment/decrement the fields. Hopefully this improves your experience. The other request is trickier.

      Edit: The +/- changes don't seem to work on mobile, though. Rats.

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    • I love it, thank you!

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    • Wow, this is a great tool!  Wish I had found it during my playthrough!  I just finished, but am adding a colossal main base to my survival playthrough and will definetly use this.  One question, why to you add "metal salvage" as a component, when for instance, I put in 1 of each of the 3 chairs?  The calculator says I need 3 titanium (correct!) but also says 3 metal salvage (incorrect :-()  I would either take metal salvage out of the calculator, or, you could have it post if I entered 42 titanium, then the calculator would say 11 metal salvage (42 / 4 rounded up).  Just a thought, but still, really awesome.  Many thanks!  Kudo'd and followed!

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    • @Shihad

      Thanks for the feedback. I spent some time and corrected the scenario you describe. Now when you enter 1 of each chair, the calculator tells you you'll need one metal salvage instead of three.

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    • wow, that was fast, and many thanks for a really useful tool!

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    • Hey @Sneaksie

      Let me start out by saying thanks a lot for this. I was about to do it myself in excel.. xD But could we get an updated version?  Eks: The Cyclops shield generator doesn't require polyaniline but uraninite. :)

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    • @Sneaksie

      LOVE your calculator. Just one edit I request is that you change ion crystal to ion cube. I think the name was changed in the full release. Again, thx for the calc, I use it alot now.

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    • the rest of the Neptune

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    • here the raw material list and insructions for neptune: 




      Neptune Escape Rocket Base

      20 Titanium

      4 Lead

      2 Copper Ore

      2 Table Coral Samples

      1 Gold



      20 titanium made into 2 titanium ingots

      2 copper ore made into 1 copper wire

      1 copper wire, 2 table coral samples and 1 gold made into 1 computer chip



      Neptune Escape Rocket Gantry

      10 titamium

      2 copper ore

      2 lithuim

      1 creepvine seed cluster



      10 titanium made into 1 titanium ingot

      1 titanium ingot and 2 lithium made into 1 plasteel ingot

      2 copper ore made into 1 copper ore

      1 creepvine seed cluster made into 1 lubricant



      Neptune Escape Rocket Boosters

      10 Titanium

      3 Nickel Ore

      2 Gel Sacks

      2 Lithuim

      2 Rubies

      2 Silver



      10 titanium made into 1 titanium ingot

      1 titanium ingot and 2 lithuim made into 1 plasteel ingot

      2 rubies and 2 gel sacks made into 2 aerogel

      2 silver made into 1 wiring kit



      Neptune Escape Rocket Fuel Reserve

      10 Titanium

      4 Crystaline Sulfur

      4 Kyanite

      4 Gold

      4 Ion Cubes

      4 Silver

      2 Lithuim

      1 Creepvine Seed Cluster



      10 titanium made into 1 titanium ingot

      1 titanium ingot and 2 lithuim made into 1 plasteel ingot

      4 gold, 4 ion cubes and 4 silver made into 4 ion batteries

      1 creepvine seed cluster made into 2 silicone rubber

      4 ion batteries and 2 silcone rubber made into 2 ion power cells



      Neptune Escape Rocket Cockpit

      10 Titanium

      6 Copper Ore

      5 Gold

      4 Acid Mushrooms

      4 Table Coral Samples

      3 Deep Shrooms

      2 Lithuim

      2 Quartz

      2 Silver

      1 Creepvine Seed Cluster

      1 Salt Deposits

      1 Stalker Tooth

      2 silver made into 1 wiring kit

      2 copper made into 1 copper wire

      2 table coral samples, 1 gold and 1 copper wire made into 1 computer chip

      1 wiring kit, 2 gold and 1 computer chip mad into 1 advanced wiring kit

      3 deep shrooms and 1 salt deposit made into 1 hydrocloric acid

      1 gold and 1 hydrocloric acid made into 1 polyaniline

      4 acid mushrooms and 2 copper ore made into 2 batteries

      1 creepvine seed cluster made into 1 silicone rubber

      2 batteries and 1 silicone rubber made into one power cell

      1 advanced wiring kit, 1 polyaniline and 1 power cell made into 1 cyclops shield generator

      10 titanium made into 1 titanium ingot

      1 titanium ingot and 2 lithium made into 1 plasteel ingot

      2 quartz made into 1 glass

      1 glass and 1 stalker tooth made into 1 eneamled glass

      2 copper made into 1 copper wire

      2 table coral samples, 1 gold and 1 copper wire made into 1 computer chip

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    • I've updated the calculator based on the recipes as defined by the wiki. I haven't been playing Subnautica to validate the changes proposed by @WolfTheWarper, @Nikgamer3265 and @Samtazar. 

      When the wiki is updated to reflect the new recipes, please let me know in this thread. I've got a script that pulls the data from the wiki to generate the recipes in the calculator.

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    • just letting you know Chair 1, Chair 2 and Chair 3 are now called Command Chair, Office Chair and Swivel Chair respectivly. 

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    • i meant Swivel, Office, Command

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    • plant pot 1, 2 and 3 are called Basic Plant Pot, Composite Plant Pot and Chic Plant Pot

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    • you need to list the previous materials for previous Depth Modules to make it a full list

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    • having cooked and cured fish would probably take time but it would make more sense

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    • in hatching enzymes its says "Eyes Plant and its really called Eyestalk

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    • WolfTheWarper
      WolfTheWarper removed this reply because:
      my mess up
      16:36, March 31, 2018
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    • and i meant Eye Stalk

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    • my bad on my reinforcement comment

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    • im wrong

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    • the indoor growbed is called Interior Growbed

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    • lab trash  can is called Nuclear Waste Disposal

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    • A FANDOM user
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