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    I Finding Experimental Results (AADS/arXiv/etc)

    I'm a physics student in undergrad. For a project in our class in which we propose an experiment (which we will not actually perform and we can use resources we don't have access too for the "experiment") and base it on existing research for that topic. I am searching on ads and arxiv, so far I...
  2. person123

    MATLAB API For Wave Flume Data Analysis

    (As a quick note, 'wave flume' should be taken rather generally. I basically just mean the sort of experiments involved in the flow of water which may use instruments such as pressure gauges, load cells, wave gauges, and ADVs. I know that they're not always done in a flume per say -- the...
  3. D

    What data do toxicologists collect and how?

    I am woundering if there are any toxicologists on this forum so I could ask some questions (If they don't mind). For example, what data do you record on a day-to-day basis, how is it recorded and how it is made traceable. I have a rough idea, however I am not certain as I can't find anything on...
  4. Jakub

    Bi-exponential function fitting in Origin Lab SW

    I cant understand the exponential function fit for this set of data works well: ExpDec2 exponential function fit 0 3,04 10 2,77 20 2,52 30 2,27 40 2,09 50 1,92 60 1,75 70 1,62 80 1,51 90 1,43 100 1,36 110 1,29 120 1,24 130 1,19 140 1,14 150 1,09 160 1,05 170 1,02 180 0,99 190 0,97 200 0,95 210...
  5. S

    Split Hopkinson pressure bar data

    Currently coding a wave separation script for the split hopkinson pressure bar. Is there a place I can get raw data for the split hopkinson pressure bar to test my code?
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    Is there a byte that never occurs in a float?

    A float consists of four bytes. I am using a data stream of floats through radio. This data occasionally is not a float though, and sometimes I'd want to stop the logging of floats of the stream, by inserting a "stop char", which would be checked by the program. Previously I was using simple LF...
  7. pairofstrings

    Establish connection between web app and stand-alone app

    Homework Statement Transfer data from stand-alone application written in C/++/# to web application written in C#.NET. Transfer data from web application written in C#.NET to stand-alone application written in C/++/#. Homework Equations The stand-alone application runs on my PC and the web...
  8. E

    Calculating the mass of water from Temperature and Heat Added

    Homework Statement Find the mass of water in this container when given a data plot of temperature (C) and Heat Added (kJ) I have NO idea where to even start with this.
  9. N

    Why “sudo cat /dev/ttyACM0” run only 1 time? (GPS)

    hi group, I am working on the GPS data collection, I Need help. If anyone who has been working on the u-blox GNSS Evaluation Kit Time EVK-M8T before and have seen it, please help. I do not know why sudo cat /dev/ttyACM0 only 1 time. I have the U-blox EVK-M8T which can read the NMEA messages...
  10. EnumaElish

    Physicists set to revolutionize big data, AI

    When I opened up the article I expected to see quantum computing as the next field physicists are to revolutionize. I was surprised to see it was data management and machine learning. I am happy for physicists...
  11. Leonardo Machado

    C/++/# Extracting information of data in column format using C++

    Hello friends, how are you ? Today's question is: How do i choose the data i want to extract from a file in c++ ? I have this data file in columns format, something like: x y z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 I know there is the command file.getline() , and this...
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    I Converting Planck data for spherical projection

    Does anyone know how I could convert data from Planck, which appear as an oval shape, into a form that I can easily map onto a sphere (ie. a rectangular shape in 2:1 aspect ratio)? Here is an example Planck image: I see that...
  13. Jim Hasty

    A Redshift data on stars the same distance from earth

    Can anyone in the cosmology community direct me to hard research data that specifically demonstrates: there is no detectable redshift difference in stars that are the same distance from the earth but in all different directions. This is of course related to 'does the universe have a preferred...
  14. kelvin490

    MATLAB How to extract data from existing JPEG/TiFF graph?

    Is there any method to extract data from a graph in JPEG/TIFF format, using simple software such as MATLAB? I have a graph as shown below: I only have this picture but no raw data and I want to plot the black curve in this graph. How to get approximate numerical data of the x and y axis...
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    I Why does a kinked wire reduce data throughput?

    Hi. I read that every kink in a data wire reduces throughput. What's the physical reason for this? Does the resistance of the wire increase at a kink or is this an inductive effect or something else?
  16. EnumaElish

    Can there be insurance for data loss due to EMP

    If an insurer were to offer a policy against data loss from a catastrophic event such as an electromagnetic pulse, the insurer would be in no position to pay when the contingency occurs, the reason being that all of his own bank account will have been wiped clean by the same EMP. Therefore I...
  17. W

    A Using quantum-secured communication for data transfering

    Hello! I am wondering if it is theoretically possible to allow a means of data transfer (or internet, etc.) by the idea of quantum entanglement. Correct me if I make any errors in understanding. But, by what I understand, in essence you could for instance run a computation on a quantum computer...
  18. Katejk

    Psychology and Technology

    Hi everyone, I am an undergrad student of psychology and I was curious is anyone from you would be interested to cooperate with me to discuss possibility about device which would help psychologists monitor data about patients. From what I know we can measure breath, pulse and even temperature...
  19. W

    Standard Data Types for Web Addresses, Phone Numbers?

    Hi All, Just curious: what kind of data types does one usually use for web addresses, for phone numbers? EDIT: I am using MSSQL 2014 . Thanks.
  20. EternusVia

    Data Corruption from Sensors with Long Wires

    Hi all, Hopefully this is the right subforum. I have a question related to Arduino sensors. Q:Generally, when do you need to be worried about losing data from having long wires from your sensor to your Arduino board? Details:For example, I've been looking at two sensors. Sensor 1: MLX90614...
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    Interpretation of Accelerometer Measurements

    I have performed an impact test on different football shin guards to assess their performance. I am however confused with the readings measured by the accelerometer I have used. The sensor was attached to a striking mass of 4.3 kg which was dropped at different heights. The graph I have attached...
  22. GiantSheeps

    Stargazing Help with telescope/observatory data and images

    I was wondering if anyone would help me get my hands on some telescope data and images of exoplanets. I know they must exist somewhere in databases on the internet, but I haven't been able to find them myself. It would be great if one of you could show me where I could get them or even if you...
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    Getting into data science from computational physics?

    I'm currently working on a master's degree in physics where my project uses C++. I have read about how some physics phD's were able to get data scientist roles despite working on computational astrophysics. This is a little surprising to me since I thought experimentalists would be more suited...
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    How to fit given function to blurred data points?

    Are there any elaborated theory or method how to fit parameters of a function family to data given by probability distributions of data points instead of given coordinates of points precisely without error? I think this is a very general problem, I hope it is already solved. Important: I...