dynamical list problem

01032019, 02:11 PM
(This post was last modified: 01032019 02:14 PM by peacecalc.)
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RE: dynamical list problem
Hello Albert,
originally the values in the list are differences of distances walked between to points in time. I reduced this already to a list of distances (let us say in meters) and the values are generated to equal time marks (let us say every second). To translate it to my way: I want to get the average velocity over 5 meters. Now the first velocity was v = (1m + 2m + 1m +(32)m)/(3s + (1/3)s) = 1,5 m/s, the second was: v = (2m+3m)/(1s + 1s) = 2,5 m/s. My watch with it's gpsmodules makes it more complicate, because the time marks are not constant (it depends on if the gpssignal can be received as a good signal or not). But Albert, you gave me the hint for a solution: Every value is a starting point of a new 5m distance, the only difficulty will be then values where are 5m is not arrived exactly (means: it is more then 5m). @pier4r: Yes, I use the hp50g. 

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