I have collected 4 hours of data with my sensor on a raspberry pi and saved it in the .rawdata file with the right format using the pi3g library. The problem I'm facing is that when i try to load the data inside the BME AI Studio it only takes into consideration a smaller amount of time
In the image it is possible to see how there's data from 10.57 to 12.07 (roughly) while the amount of time that the sensor was turned on and taking samples is higher, as shown in this image
Does anybody know why this can happen?
EDIT: I made sure to have the data actually saved. Checking the timestamps on the initial sample in the dataBlock list i have 1676282521 this value that corresponds to Mon Feb 13 2023 11:02:01 to my local time and date, while on the last sample the value is 1676299089 that is Mon Feb 13 2023 15:38:09, so the values are actually there
Generally, we use BME688 dev kit to automatically record data and generate raw data file.
If you use other hardware to record data and generate raw data file by yourself, you need to refer to the an document(https://www.bosch-sensortec.com/media/boschsensortec/downloads/application_notes_1/bst-bme688-an001....) to check whether your raw data file meets the raw data format in the document.
i read the documentation and it seems like the format is right. I am now starting a new sampling process with a new configuration file generated from the latest version of the bme ai studio, after the process is finished i will update the post with the results and i will also post a snapshot of the generated file.
I just got my new bmerawdata file and nothing changed:
Stard and end date are correct, but samples are only considered for the time span going from the beginning to 13.05 more or less.
I'll check the file again and come back with something if i understand why it happens; i'll also upload the file somewhere so that if someone wants to check it it's a possibility
BME AI-Studio supports the import of log data, the data displayed depends on the contents of the log file and does not change the data of the file. If you import BME AI-Studio and find that the data values are not as expected, you need to check that the data in the log file is logged correctly.