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Mar 21, 2014 1:17pm
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My hardware went wonky for a few days earlier this month and sent data with the wrong sign (negative instead of postive values).  I've downloaded the incorrect data, fixed the numbers, and uploaded it back using Exchange.  I get a confirmation email from SEG, then I go to the stream’s Edit tab, click “re-calculate”.  And I wait a bit (overnight now).  But when I check the data from the stream’s “Get Data” on the “Data” tab, I don't see the correct uploaded values.  

Can someone outline the best way to correct a bunch of data points?


Mar 22, 2014 7:40am
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Hey sroof,

make sure your calibration factor is right, then hit recalibrate!

Sam, @samotage

Mar 23, 2014 1:21pm
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Aah - the upload was working but the time stamps were changed.  When I downloaded the data from SEG, the time was in UTC.  I originally simply fixed the power values and kept time in UTC.  When I uploaded the corrected data, it seems the robots assumed I was sending data in local time and made a 6 hour "correction".  Do the robots always assume data uploaded using Exchange are in local time when?


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