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Bounce Characterization (Count, Time)
This might be possible, but this highly depends on what the recorded signal looks like and if we can come up with a way to detect these "bounces" in a reliable way with the means provided by phyphox. The magnetic ruler expriment does something similar by detecting peaks in the magnetometer data and plotting their times. Do you have example data? Is it just a short acceleration peak that occurs at a rate of about 4-6 Hz or did I misunderstand you there? If so, does the "acceleration stopwatch" work for you (check the "many" tab)? If so, is it only the count you are missing?

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RE: Bounce Characterization (Count, Time) - by Sebastian Staacks - 01-24-2020, 06:22 PM

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