NaN values in the Shear Test Data

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edwinsutrisno
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The shear test files contain some "NaN" values. Does that mean the anemometer exist or not exist?

ebechhoefer
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NaN Values in the Shear Test Data

I investigated the provenance of Shear2, Shear14,Sheaar26, Shear128, Shear163,Shear205, Shear213, Shear229, and Shear232. these came from the same logger, where I had seen one bad channel. The other channels of these files are OK.... Sorry about the inconvenience - sometime we just have to live with the bad data we have...

Sincerely,

Eric

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NaN in shear values

Hi there,

The file format was designed to include only existent anemometers. Some data off of the logger is NaN. I have found a few small errors in the logger data - this NaN may well be one. Can you give me the specific shear test file number? Then I can go back to the original logger file and look at the provenance.

More Respectfully,

Eric

 
 
 

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