Correct names according to guidelines

In Honeycomb, the correct names are now listed for the various guidelines. For example, 'peak velocity' is called differently in different guidelines. Peak velocity used to be called 'Vtop/PPV' everywhere in Honeycomb. However, Vtop comes from the SBR-A guideline and PPV is being used by the ISEE. However, the German DIN4150-3 calls it Vmax. With the last update the naming is adjusted according to the chosen guideline, so that you always see the correct naming. This applies not only to the peak velocity, but also to accelerations, effective values and other designations. The correct names can be found on the measuring point configuration page, on the graphs page, in the reports and in the CSV exports.