femurat wrote:I use graph paper, and draw the scale so that every number has its own line.
If you make a scan, which numbers to you graph? Every second? Also every second and a half?
I scan every other number. If I read every two numbers and a half I save time but I may miss a good indication. Never underestimate a lock
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I'm confused by your graphs. (EDIT: I'm talking about the new ones on blue graph paper.) It may be because I'm a little tired, or I may be right.
A graph should represent the area between contact points. Our goal is to reduce that area. This is why I would put the 4 up and the 96 on the bottom.
Imagine the scale from the bottom of your graph going like 96, 97, 98 ...some empty space... 3, 4, 5.
It's like if you had a scale that starts from zero on the bottom and goes up until 100, and then goes on again. You only take the part that you need.
Hope this makes sense and help you.