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Hi Eric,In reference to pymetawear logging I am getting this error:libmetawear.mbl_mw_logging_download(c.board, 20,pointer(download_handler))ctypes.ArgumentError: argument 3: <type 'exceptions.TypeError'>: expected LP_LogDownloadHandler instance instead of LP_LogDownloadHandlerwhen I run this:from pymetawear.mbientlab.metawear.cbindings import *backend = 'pygatt'sensor = sys.argvc = MetaWearClient(sensor, backend)def progress_update_handler(self,entries_left,total_entries):self.updates.append(entries_left)def unknown_entry_handler(self, id, epoch, data, length):data_ptr=cast(data,POINTER(c_uint))libmetawear.mbl_mw_logging_start(c.board,1000)signal = libmetawear.mbl_mw_acc_get_acceleration_data_signal(c.board)c.logger_created = FnVoid_VoidP(c.logger_ready)libmetawear.mbl_mw_datasignal_log(signal,c.logger_created)time.sleep(5.0)libmetawear.mbl_mw_logging_stop(c.board)c.progress_update = FnVoid_UInt_UInt(progress_update_handler)c.unknown_entry = FnVoid_UByte_Long_UByteP_UByte(unknown_entry_handler)download_handler = LogDownloadHandler(received_progress_update =c.progress_upda$libmetawear.mbl_mw_logging_download(c.board, 20,pointer(download_handler))The following was added to client.pydef logger_ready(self,pointer):self.loggers.append(pointer)andself.loggers = to __init__I suspect it has something to do with the cbindings.py file that I copied over after building the C++ API.Would you happen to have any insights on the fix/as to when pymetawear.logging will be up and running?Thanks!July 14
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I am using the MetaWear CPro. I am trying both of the available apps to log my data on an iPad.
have a query related to sampling frequency, which seems to be a common issue. I set the required sampling
frequency (e.g. 800 Hz) in the app, log and then download the data. However,
when I check the time spacing in excel, it does not match the frequency which I
set in the app. In addition, it is often inconsistent changing with time.
I am trying to use the sensor to obtain the frequency of an oscillated object, such as a pendulum. To do this I load the acceleration data into Matlab and run an fast Fourier transform to obtain the frequency. When I do this I am using a constant sample rate, as set in the app. However, I am concerned that this might not be correct, based on the time stamp I am getting.
Please can you clarify.
I'm facing issue in Counting steps using two Metawear devices.
The Board is BMI160. Sample Frequency is 50. Scale: -2/+2
I'm using step counter of BMI to calculate steps. Do I need to create different step event for each sensors?
if yes than when can I assign step event to sensor?
sometimes i'm getting value twice(if only one step is taken, step event display 2 steps. It's also happen in "MetaWearApiTest" demo project by Mbientlab)
can you tell me, what is best way to calculate steps for both Left/Right sensors at a time? Also guide me if I'm wrong at any place.
Thank you in advance for your time.January 18
Hi Eric,This is in continuation of following discussion http://community.mbientlab.com/discussion/1711/battery-getting-discharged-quickly#latesti removed the battery and checked by connecting USB still not able to detect.Most possibly there is some problem with the board, in that case can it be repaired?what should i do ?July 2016
How to connect multiple Metawear sensors to an iOS device at the same time and get the combined data for them using Swift language? Please Help!July 2016