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large skips in time stamps
Thanks for this info, very helpful. One issue is that I think I misinterpreted the docs. I had selected "without g" because for some reason I had it in my head that it was the non-fusion sensor. For data like this, I will proceed in the future "with g" so that I don't depend on the other sensors.

Looking forward to the next version. Yes I've noticed this same effect before albeit not in an extreme roller coaster environment. I always assumed it was user-error on my part or maybe too much data acquired for a buffer or something. I will do some controlled experiments and raise the issue again if I think it's warranted.

I'm curious about how the magnetometer enters in. The gyroscope makes sense for a correction, but I'm unclear about how/why the magnetometer enters in, esp in any experiment that is "local enough."

Thanks for the replies!

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large skips in time stamps - by jeglin - 08-27-2022, 05:20 PM
RE: large skips in time stamps - by jeglin - 08-30-2022, 04:34 AM
RE: large skips in time stamps - by jeglin - 08-30-2022, 04:58 PM
RE: large skips in time stamps - by jeglin - 09-05-2022, 06:39 PM

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