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blindner

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I am trying to develop an algorithm to look at raw data and do a bunch of calculations with it to spit out some useful info.
We haven't been able to launch our rocket and get data to work with.
Can someone out there provide me with some data from any of their rockets? I'd need the following:
accelX
accelY
accelZ
pitch
roll
yaw
time
barometric readings
I know this is a high ask having just joined the scene but I know people in rocketry are great people!
 

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I think most electronics will have axial accel, time and barometric readings. Rare for them to have the other values.

If you search for the thread "Post your Raven FIPa files here", then should find some of those 'simple' data files (some other values but most relevant are axial accel, barometric pressure and time).

I think that good sensors for all of your desired measurements would be more expensive than what the market would tolerate in a rocket where the flier just wants dual deployment at best... I too would be happy to see the data if you find it...
 

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Hi blindner. Welcome to the forum.

Attached is the flight file from my Apache 1/2 scale flying on an M1770. You will need to download altos from the Altus Metrum website. I am pretty sure you can export the data you need from that file.

More info on the flight towards the end of this thread:
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Share and Enjoy
 

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You could also generate your own data by exporting the output from OpenRocket or Rocksim simulations.
 

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I am trying to develop an algorithm to look at raw data and do a bunch of calculations with it to spit out some useful info.
We haven't been able to launch our rocket and get data to work with.
Can someone out there provide me with some data from any of their rockets? I'd need the following:
accelX
accelY
accelZ
pitch
roll
yaw
time
barometric readings
I know this is a high ask having just joined the scene but I know people in rocketry are great people!
Hello
My Gimbal altimeter can do that I can even graphically replay the flight or show the rocket position via telemetry

I store the following in an eeprom

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The code is opensource
For the Android front end

Then you have a choice of 2 firmwares depending on the sensor you use
or

It even does talking telemetry in several languages with the voice of your choice
 
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