On Wed, Nov 07, 2007 at 11:40:00PM -0800, Jamey Sharp wrote:
> Soon (three days?) after our 2005 flight, Eric Anholt sat down with
> Andrew to answer some initial questions using the telemetry data we
> captured. Their report is logged on the wiki, currently here:
> http://psas.pdx.edu/news/2005-08-20/data/
> Unfortunately, we've done very little with the 40MB telemetry log
> since then, though Larry made a good effort in mid-2006. (For some
> reason he listened to me when I said he should use my Haskell code.
> Bad idea, Larry: don't listen to me.)

Yay!, I've been looking for this data.  There are a number analyzes
I've been wanting to try on it.
> I picked this work up again several weeks ago, and I've just updated
> Larry's wiki page with my results:
> http://psas.pdx.edu/DataAnalysis/
> There are some new pretty graphs. And if you want to do your own
> analysis, you have a choice of two text formats for the telemetry
> data. Both formats are much more accessible than the packed 16-byte
> binary records that we recorded from the rocket. :-)

binary isn't that hard to work with either.

> Please, if you have any interest in studying this data, or have some
> questions you want to answer or ideas for neat graphs to make, come
> discuss it on the psas-software mailing list. Or just have at the data
> and tell us what you come up with. :-)

Ok, I will.


> Jamey
> p.s. I showed all this to several folks a couple of weeks ago--no,
> there's nothing new since then.
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