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Entry  Thu Dec 16 19:25:27 2010, Zach, Misc, GYRO, Murphy's Law verified, science rejoices hanky.png
    Reply  Fri Dec 17 03:34:55 2010, rana, Misc, GYRO, Murphy's Law verified, science rejoices 
       Reply  Tue Dec 28 14:22:03 2010, Zach, Misc, GYRO, Murphy's Law verified, science rejoices 
Message ID: 1230     Entry time: Tue Dec 28 14:22:03 2010     In reply to: 1227
Author: Zach 
Type: Misc 
Category: GYRO 
Subject: Murphy's Law verified, science rejoices 

I agree that this is a much better idea. How do we go about doing this?

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I would be hesitant to use any second trend for making a noise budget. The trend generation stuff is not been vetted for low noise;

it may have any number of issues, like timing glitches, extra noise in the moving average, window bleeding, etc.

I feel like the path of least pain will be to just set up the mDV-nds2 system to grab data in chunks and downsample as necessary.

Also, we can ask JZ to implement server side decimation.

 

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