Pokémon Species

Types:
Base Stats:
Effort Points:
Pokérus: × 

Nature

Nature Effects:110%:90%:

Level

HP

Atk

Def

Sp.Atk

Sp.Def

Spd

Stats

EPs

Individual Values

Average%MinMax
HP
Atk
Def
Sp.Atk
Sp.Def
Spd

Damage Taken

×0
×¼
×½
×2
×4

Calculated Stats

Hidden Power

PowerTypeLocked

Program information ±

This IV Calculator/Stat Calculator/Hidden Power Calculator has been written by Hercules G. Papatheodorou a.k.a Arty2, owner of Legendary Pokémon. It allows the calculation of any Pokémon's Individual Values when given the Pokémon's species, nature, stats and Effort Points.

It's written in JavaScript to ensure cross-system compatibility. It is a single file download (can easily fit on a floppy disc) and requires nothing but the pre-installed browser that can be found on any Operating System.

This calculator is designed for Ruby/Sapphire and newer versions; Gold/Silver and previous versions are not compatible with it, so make sure you know which version you are playing. This Program requires JavaScript, which is enabled by default in most browsers (Internet Explorer, Opera, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Konqueror). If you want to work on this Program or put it in your website, please read the License below.

Please report any bugs/problems here.

Program History ±

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Version 8.1 (27/July/2009)
Added function to allow changing the numeric values using the up/down arrow keys plus an fix for Internet Explorer's TAB behaviour. Some textual changes.
Version 8 (18/June/2009)
Effort Point data and EV training tools, Pokémon type affinity, input validation, online status detection: images automatically enabled & Version Checker. Some textual changes.
Version 7.9.2 (23/October/2008)
Fixed IE-killer conflict with the error indicator. Thanks to EliteRaptor for reporting it.
Version 7.9 (08/October/2008)
Added Platinum data. Added inaccurate input indicators. Fixed the Save function and an issue with Porygon-Z. The themes' container has changed and the "ppn" theme was replaced by "neat".
Version 7.8 (04/September/2007)
Small bug fixes.
Version 7.6 (20/June/2007)
Fixed Hidden Power calculation bug.
Version 7.5 (24/May/2007)
No more off-range IVs; that was a feature that alerted the user if the input was inaccurate but it seems like people were getting confused and it was therefore removed.
Version 7.4 (11/May/2007)
Many bugfixes; re-added Deoxys and Wormadam alternate forms.
Version 7.1 (19/March/2007)
Updated all names to english Diamond & Pearl Pokémon names.
Version 7 "Tagsoup" (24/February/2007)
Theme system added, new Save feature; older Saves are incompatible. Read more…
Version 7 "Tagsoup" beta (10/February/2007)
Completely rewritten hence the version jump; new GUI, functions and underlying code. A lot of thanks to Brett Harris for improving some of the IV calculation functions used in the previous version. First public beta.
Version 5 (02/November/2006)
Added Diamond & Pearl data.
Version 4.1 (07/October/2005)
Corrected minor bugs.
Version 4 (05/October/2005)
Major changes to the User Interface. Save and Load functions. Online features. Print-friendly styles.
Version 3.1 (01/June/2005)
Small changes to the CSS. Added auto-complete dropdown list function. Try typing the Pokémon's name or nature in the dropdown lists if you want quick access to a Pokémon or Nature.
Version 3 (17/May/2005)
A version jump this time, as the Program also calculates Stats now. Various small changes to the CSS code and validation of the "precision".
Version 2.1.3 (16/May/2005)
Fixed a small typographic bug (Cheerful instead of careful).
Version 2.1.2 (09/December/2004)
Changed "Defence" to "Defense".
Version 2.1 (03/December/2004)
Added a show/hide function, corrected some words.
Version 2.0 (05/November/2004)
Various changes to the code (now fits in 800x600 screens). Multiple Deoxys added.
Version 1.0beta (14/September/2004)
First public release.

License

 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

You are free:
to copy, distribute, display, and perform the work
to make derivative works
Under the following conditions:
Attribution. You must give the original author credit.
Noncommercial. You may not use this work for commercial purposes.
Share Alike. If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under a license identical to this one.

For any reuse or distribution, you must make clear to others the license terms of this work. Any of these conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holder.

The calculator's creator will be glad when notified about your modifications and/or translations.

Modification of this Program's credits is disallowed.

Instructions ±

 
What are IVs and EPs?
If such terms sound Greek to you, then you should first read a Training Guide.
IV Calculation
Individual Values range from 0 to 31. Precision % shows the possibity of "average IV" being the actual IV. Note: You have 1 chance in 32 to get a an IV of 31 in one stat, 1 in 1.024 to get a max IV in two stats and 1 chance in 1.073.741.824 to find a Pokémon with max IV in all 6 stats. Remember that it is not possible to accurately calculate the IVs of low leveled Pokémon unless their stats are projected to Lv. 100 in a Wi-Fi battle for example. This calculator works best for Pokémon above Lv.50.
Stat Calculation
You can edit the Average IVs, and Effort Points and accurately calculate a Pokémon's stats on any given Level.
Hidden Power
This move has a variable Type and Base Power, depending on the user's IVs. You can edit the Average IVs and get different results from the defaults - the accuracy of your IVs is crucial. An easier and absolutely accurate way to determine a Pokémon's Hidden Power type, is to attack a wild Kecleon or talk to the Hidden Power guy in the GameCorner Prizes Building (Platinum only).
EV training tools
Effort Points range from 0 to 255. You can select the opponent Pokémon (that won't change your own data) set Pokérus status on/off, select the proper held item and number of Pokémon fought to track the Effort Points your Pokémon has gained. Also, if you first Calculate Stats for your current Level and then change your current stats and select Calculate EPs required you can view how many EPs are required to reach these specific stats.
Inaccurate input
When your input is wrong, it shall be either corrected or marked with red color. If you are completely sure that your input is correct, then ignore the error indicators; the calculator will work as expected.
Autocomplete
Try typing the Pokémon's name, number or nature in the textboxes beside the dropdown lists if you want quick access to a Pokémon or Nature.
Save and Load
Click on the Save button to generate a link that you can keep in your bookmarks or send to a friend, then click the Load button to load the data saved. Here's an example.
Online features
Automatic detection of online status provides Pokémon sprites and Version Check.
Themes
You can use themes that alter the Calculator's default appearance. You can also add your own themes.
IM friendly output
The Calculator also exports all results into a single line of plain text so that you can easily copy/paste it to your preferred Instant Messenger or IRC client.
Print Smart
Try printing this page; the theme will change so it is print-friendly. You can now easily organize your Pokémon by printing their stats as calculated by this program.