[chbot] Data filter

Charles Manning cdhmanning at gmail.com
Wed May 12 05:35:40 BST 2021

You can also do a moving average then you don't need to lose any samples.

On Wed, May 12, 2021 at 4:17 PM Marshland Engineering <
marshland at marshland.co.nz> wrote:

> I think I have found the solution which is to average over a bigger sample
> range. I did not want to do this originally as I would loose data either
> side
> of my averaging. If I averaged over say 30 samples, I would loose 15
> samples
> at the beginning and the end of the data. If I only had 120 samples to
> start,
> 30 is quite a lot.
> The solution was to start collecting data both before t-start and after
> t-end.
> I originally had the software start and stop recording against RPM values.
> Now I start recording before I get to my minimum value and recored a
> further
> second or 2 after the max. This should work.
> Cheers Wallace.
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