hopefully they're working on displaying the values in HZ.
if you want a translation for all the values individually, download voxengo span:
or some other spectrum analyzer software.
get an audio clip of pink noise. put it on an mp3 player.
connect the mp3 player up to your pod by means of the 1/8" aux in connection.
Set up a patch on the pod with input 1: Aux, and nothing in it but a Parametric EQ (or other EQ you want to test).
set the gain on the EQ fairly high, so there's a noticeable difference when you turn it on/off.
record a clip of the noise looped, and as it plays, toggle the EQ on, off, turn the frequency up 1% and repeat. do so for all 101 possible values.
Watch the playback and write down each frequency highlighted in the frequency analysis software.
Thanks and let us know what you find.
Actually, my wife (who is doing a maths degree) says I am talking rubbish and that you cannot use calculus here ... apparently you would need to know the original function. Que sera. I played around around with a few functions but cannot really get a close enough map onto the existing data.
My wife tells me 'stop making life difficult and read it off the graph, stupid'. Not convinced !