As a Newbie I have printed out a bunch of stuff from this site and others and was always rummaging through trying to find what a specific chemical attribute does, what value am I suppose to be at for my pool, and how much to add to take things up/down. I also was always referencing the CYA/FC charts, my pool equipment list, and what impact of certain chemicals I had on hand would impact other levels for my balance.
I have summed it all up in a one page sheet as my Cliff Notes if you will...I only need this one page now for all my needs. I made it flexible enough so others can use it by just putting in their pool gallons and it does the math for them. This uses the core BBB chemicals as a starter. You could modify it for your needs if you are using other chemicals for adjustments and get the data from the Pool Calculator.
I have made this quick reference guide utilizing TFP and BBB principles to keep poolside. I got permission from Pool Calculator and help for validity from ChemGeek...He warned the values in PH would only be close because current PH level, Borate and ALk levels, etc must also be taken into account.
Edit: Certainly for more info you can goto Pool School and within there you will find the Pool Calculator for more detailed info on relationships. My goal was to make a basic cheat sheet others could use poolside. I find it handy for my needs and thought others may have a similar need. Thats why I took the extra time to make it flexible and post for others.
Just enter in your number of gallons. ENJOY.