data acquistion and logging strategies
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I definitely have done that, and also had lot of different types of data available, like brake fluid pressure, steering wheel angle etc. It just ended up not being interesting to me. This time mostly I just want to be able to glance at a big bright "chart recorder" display of the last 60 seconds of a sensor, and be able to twist a switch to change to a different sensor.
From: mit.edu < piclist-bouncesmit.edu> on behalf of John Ferrell piclist-bounces
Just a couple of personal observations:
All logging is more useful when you have a long history to compare it with.
Logging to a thumb drive or a flash drive is not all that difficult or
On 9/9/2017 2:50 PM, Bob Blick wrote:
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