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From what I remember of my high school physics class, we spent a lot of time rolling marbles down inclined planes. Today's kids are used to a little more tech, so the Pocket Lab project on Kickstarter wants to spice up science class by developing a small wireless sensor that can gather data from experiments.

The Pocket Lab measures just 2.65 inches long by 0.65 inches wide by 1.15 inches tall, but it contains an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a magnetometer, and pressure and temperature sensors. It can sample the data it collects 50 times per second—even recording from multiple sensors at once—and send that information back to a tablet, smartphone, or computer via Bluetooth. Obviously, you'd want such a device to be pretty durable, too. Pocket Lab's creators say it can withstand up to a 6-foot drop in its protective case.

What's cool about the Pocket Lab, to my mind, is its versatility. Because it handles everything from sticking the device into a soccer ball to measure its velocity to tracking the speed and altitude of a model rocket, it encourages students to come up with clever experiments to take advantage of the Pocket Lab's many capabilities.

Package testing or packaging testing involves the measurement of a characteristic or property involved with packaging . This includes packaging materials, packaging components, [1] primary packages, shipping containers , and unit loads , as well as the associated processes.

Testing measures the effects and interactions of the levels of packaging, the package contents, external forces, and end-use.

It can involve controlled laboratory experiments , subjective evaluations by people, or field testing. Documentation is important: formal test method , test report, photographs, video, etc.

Use this package to upload and download datasets to and from AzureML, to interrogate experiments, to publish new R-based web services, and to run R data through existing web services and retrieve the output.

In addition, you need a zip utility installed and your path must include the location of this zip utility. On Linux machines this is usually included by default. However, on Windows, you may have to install this yourself, e.g. by installing RTools and editing your path to include the RTools location.

This package provides an interface to publish web services on Microsoft Azure Machine Learning (Azure ML) from your local R environment. The main functions in the package cover:

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From what I remember of my high school physics class, we spent a lot of time rolling marbles down inclined planes. Today's kids are used to a little more tech, so the Pocket Lab project on Kickstarter wants to spice up science class by developing a small wireless sensor that can gather data from experiments.

The Pocket Lab measures just 2.65 inches long by 0.65 inches wide by 1.15 inches tall, but it contains an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a magnetometer, and pressure and temperature sensors. It can sample the data it collects 50 times per second—even recording from multiple sensors at once—and send that information back to a tablet, smartphone, or computer via Bluetooth. Obviously, you'd want such a device to be pretty durable, too. Pocket Lab's creators say it can withstand up to a 6-foot drop in its protective case.

What's cool about the Pocket Lab, to my mind, is its versatility. Because it handles everything from sticking the device into a soccer ball to measure its velocity to tracking the speed and altitude of a model rocket, it encourages students to come up with clever experiments to take advantage of the Pocket Lab's many capabilities.

Maintainer: Bioconductor Package Maintainer <maintainer at bioconductor.org>

From what I remember of my high school physics class, we spent a lot of time rolling marbles down inclined planes. Today's kids are used to a little more tech, so the Pocket Lab project on Kickstarter wants to spice up science class by developing a small wireless sensor that can gather data from experiments.

The Pocket Lab measures just 2.65 inches long by 0.65 inches wide by 1.15 inches tall, but it contains an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a magnetometer, and pressure and temperature sensors. It can sample the data it collects 50 times per second—even recording from multiple sensors at once—and send that information back to a tablet, smartphone, or computer via Bluetooth. Obviously, you'd want such a device to be pretty durable, too. Pocket Lab's creators say it can withstand up to a 6-foot drop in its protective case.

What's cool about the Pocket Lab, to my mind, is its versatility. Because it handles everything from sticking the device into a soccer ball to measure its velocity to tracking the speed and altitude of a model rocket, it encourages students to come up with clever experiments to take advantage of the Pocket Lab's many capabilities.

Package testing or packaging testing involves the measurement of a characteristic or property involved with packaging . This includes packaging materials, packaging components, [1] primary packages, shipping containers , and unit loads , as well as the associated processes.

Testing measures the effects and interactions of the levels of packaging, the package contents, external forces, and end-use.

It can involve controlled laboratory experiments , subjective evaluations by people, or field testing. Documentation is important: formal test method , test report, photographs, video, etc.

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