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Questions on analysis cycles
I really love Phyphox - even sometimes having very hard times to find out how to make an analysis part to behave the way I need.

Lately I read here about the feature of cycles.
I wanted to play around with this but couldn't find the attribute in experiment editor.
Is this something not accessible via the editor, meaning I've to add manually to the experiment's XML file ?

And here's another related question:
during a single (!) cycle do
  1. module calculations "consume" all values it finds in it's input buffer(s) (might be necessary for some modules like "average" vs "add"which uses multiple inputs for the sum)
  2. do they "eat" just a single buffer value per cycle ?

From my understand so far option 2 would result in buffer length acting as timely delay while for option 1 buffer length would have to fit the type/amount of data coming in.
Is there a best practice to select for a buffer length ?

Any last question: is there a way to directly access the value of cycles (so I may visualize it for learning purposes); I know I might also build a constant counter but don't know whether this will behaves the same way.

Thanks !!

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Questions on analysis cycles - by Uwe - 01-03-2021, 01:54 PM

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