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You know it's hard for me - not being able to do my own smearograms and all that fancy stuff - since I lack the software...
...the windows XP (or better!)...
...and (of course) the expertise.
I would also like to post some of my more interesting plots but the few times I've tried using the image function the plot simply gets lost in cyberspace!
You see, I really am a computer dinosaur.
Anyway, I'm glad you find the oscillating roofline at least plausible...
I am well aware of the dangers of misinterpreting computer artifacts.
einsteen wrote:And thanks for the plot, great work guys, incredible how a oscillation can be obtained, how averaging can lead to a much higher resolution than one would expect from a video which is in fact a grid.
It will be difficult to determine the real error margin, from the gray past I remember something that has to do with the square of the amount of samples...
I hope you guys will once create a publication. Dr. G, why don't you invite Bazant, DBB etc to also concentrate on wtc7 ?
Also, OWE, based on the further information you have just posted, I am wondering if the early negative portion of the curve is something to do with the penthouses dropping. If the negative excursion is removed from the plot you are left with a more or less steady increase in the difference between the center drop and the NW corner drop which could simply be due to the development of the roofline kink!
Dr. G wrote:Thanks OWE, ..... could always do with more data!
By the way, if we (you, me, Einsteen, etc) ever manage to write a paper on all this stuff we should call it:
THE MYSTERY OF THE SMEARS
I think that would be a rather cool title ......
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