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Inclusion of the arithmetic mean in some experiments
I think it would be usefulll if in some experiments the arithmetic means of some sensordata would be included.

For example, for the measurement of the earth-magnetic field (strengths, inclination, etc) it is convenient to measure in a certain time-slot and take the average to get rid of the fluctuations.

As a second example: in the experiment “evlvator” it is possible to to get velocity and covered track by integrating the accelerometer-data. For this I always first get rid of the offset by subtraction the mean over the whole elvator-ride (up and down).

Same holds to my opinion for the experiment inclination.

To ingrate the mean in the experiments should be easy, isn’t it?

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Inclusion of the arithmetic mean in some experiments - by erwin - 09-09-2018, 02:02 PM

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