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 how to count steps jhs Junior Member Posts: 2 Threads: 1 Joined: May 2020 Institution: university of cologne 05-15-2020, 10:59 PM Just as an exercise i want to implement a step counter based on the acceleration sensor: With every step you get a peak in the accelaration, you just need to identify these peaks and count them. Standard method would be take the timeseries of the accelearation a(t), convert to a two valued rectangular function which is  0 for a < a0 and 1 for a >= a0 with a0 some threshold. Search and count the positive flanks of this by differentiating this function and output this as value 'steps' . in a simple scheme: acc.sensor:abs ---> formular sign(a-a0)  --> differentiate --> range filter(y>0.5)  --> count  = 'steps' This is not perfect but works somehow (would be great to have somthing to smooth the sensor output like gliding average or some digital filter ...) But i tought also of using some of the other predefined modules: In the editor i find a module "threshold" which delivers the index of the first occurence when the input goes above threshold. I thought appending this to a new buffer and counting ellements in this buffer would give the steps. But this counter remains allways at 1. What am i  doing wrong ? acc.sensor:abs ---> threshold, a0 --> append --> count = 'steps method 2'   Step_counter.phyphox (Size: 5.34 KB / Downloads: 489) « Next Oldest | Next Newest »

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