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vladco wrote: the values are averaged using the excel average which was used over the whole dataset, so it is the true arithmetic mean
vladco wrote: I am curious now if i repeat the experiment with a frequency counter/ DMM what results do i get
i think i know even less than you - i could provide the dataset if you want to play around with it, and i will also redo the tests and acquire more data, i have heard more data is always good for statistics
Ty_Eeberfest wrote: I'm not so good with statistical analysis.
Ty_Eeberfest wrote: My point being that even at 32KHz a variation of only .001Hz or so will make a big difference over the long run, and no test equipment I had access to could measure with such resolution.
judge wrote: i used jquery mobile rather than bootstrap - I found it to be better suited to mobile displays, though neither was particularly great I thought. I stored most of the static assets in spiffs, which meant I didn't have to muddy the code with a lot of string literals. Web sockets came in really useful here as I could render the basic page using HTTP get and then push all of the data to the page as soon as it was rendered (though I guess pulling it from the web page using AJAX would have worked too!).
judge wrote: I have started looking at what MCU I will use in my future clocks. I have bought several ESP8285 dev boards, in particular the PSF-B85 , this board from onehorse, and the D1 Mini Pro . The advantage for me is that it is a single-chip solution for WiFi+Flash RAM+GPIO + it is low power.
judge wrote: I've still to actually break one out and use it however Life gets in the way! While it does, I am busy buying many different kinds of Nixies from ebay. I'm not sure which board I will try and use first. Probably the onehorse board.