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Help with acceleration
I wanted to ask what exactly is the equation from which the absolute acceleration with g in the xyz field results?
See also Tuesday's mail: The absolute value is computed by a simple Pythagoras of the x-, y-, and z-component of the acceleration sensor data, so a classical vector length…

In programming terms: abs_a = sqrt(ax**2+ay**2+az**2)

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