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Deceleration results from Tues meeting

From: Bruce F.
Sent on: Wednesday, July 24, 2013 8:46 PM
I've got the results of looking at the deceleration curves from the "test" mode runs at the end of Tuesday's meeting as a PDF attachment to this email.  I highly recommend that everybody on the FRC team read through this.

For those of you with the programming virtual machine installed, the log files that you need to do this on your own computer are now on our google drive here.  Try doing:

cd logs

wget -O
to load this into the virtual machine.  (NOTE, on Blaine's loner laptop, do the cd to FRC/logs).  Then


 which will place a bunch of files in your logs/real directory.  Then to "stuff" these into mongo:

update your erl-frc repository to get the deceleration notebook

cd ../erl-frc
hg pull -u
and fire up the ipython notebook to take a look and play around:


Post any questions if you get stuck on anything.


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