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a question on rangefilter module
I love this app.
I have hard time though figuring out how rangefilter module works.  I've read the explanation on the WIKI and I still do not get it.  I suppose I do not understand what the "only corresponding elements will be returned" means since the input buffers may not be related at all.  

And I think the example and the description is not correct as it says "In the following example in1 will trigger the filter if not in the range of 0 and 42".  Shouldn't it be "In the following example in1 will trigger the filter if not in the range of 0 and 42"?

It would help immensely if a real-life example was given, with like 3 input buffers with sample data (just few items), and where min and max are set, and what the output buffers would look like. 

thank you.
There are seven real-life examples included in phyphox, Wink

I will have a look into the documentation later on. IIRC, pendulum and spring might help for understanding this feature.

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