Hi everybody here!
I came to this forum because I thought this would be the best place to ask questions or requesting some interesting help with Android Apps.
For my masterthesis in Industrial Design, I should develop a few experiments with distance measuring that need to be done in natural occuring situations (on the street, in a house,...) In particular I want to be measuring interpersonal distances and test them on signifcance. The distance measuring is done with Arduino and an ultrasonic rangefinder.
I am using Amarino to send distances to my HTC Desire HD. These are then displayed on my screen according to the 'Sensorgraph' example on the Amarino homepage: Amarino - "Android meets Arduino" - Tutorials
I am not a Java Programmer nor engineer or App-developer, so I have no clue of the difficulty of this. Anyway here's what I need:
Two buttons/placeholder, when pressed they start accepting distance data sent by Arduino via bluetooth. (Made possible by Amarino toolkit). All the data since the button pressing shoud be stored (separate per button).
You could see this as you were filling in numbers in two Excel columns.
When pressed again, they stop storing data.
The two buttons can not operate at the same time.
Now you have two datasets, there is an 'analysis' button.
This calculates the significance by executing a 't-test'
Student's t-test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Display the significance of the test. (the results can be trusted or not)
I hope my explanation or request is not too difficult! I am not expecting someone to completely build this app, but I would appreciate this of course
If there are any questions regarding my request, feel free to comment!