Commit 12492b5f authored by Yuri Chornoivan's avatar Yuri Chornoivan Committed by Phu Nguyen
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Fix minor typos

Thanks in advance for reviewing.
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## Data output
When measuring energy consumption in a lab, in particular for Blauer Engel eco-certification, three types of data files may be generated: (i) a log file of actions (see above re automation of such log files), (ii) hardware performance data (CPU, RAM, etc.), and (iii) electrical power usage. Since in some cases the output data will need to be self-defined (e.g., timestamp loggers in xdotool scripts), it us necessary to consider what the data should look like before measuring in the lab.
When measuring energy consumption in a lab, in particular for Blauer Engel eco-certification, three types of data files may be generated: (i) a log file of actions (see above regarding automation of such log files), (ii) hardware performance data (CPU, RAM, etc.), and (iii) electrical power usage. Since in some cases the output data will need to be self-defined (e.g., timestamp loggers in xdotool scripts), it is necessary to consider what the data should look like before measuring in the lab.
Several issues were raised related to the data: Should data output be standardized to harmonize output across measurement campaigns, or is it enough simply to publish the data collected in an accessible format (for example, as .csv-files such as at the [FEEP repository](https://invent.kde.org/teams/eco/feep/-/tree/master/measurements))? What timestamp exactness is needed (e.g., seconds vs. fractional seconds)? These questions remain open for now, but the group decided we need [an overview](https://invent.kde.org/teams/eco/be4foss/-/issues/27) of the FOSS-compatible devices/scripts (e.g., [Achim Guldner's script](https://gitlab.rlp.net/a.guldner/mobiles-messgerat) for Gude Expert Power Control 1202 Series) and toolkits (e.g., statistical analysis tools such as OSCAR, R, Julia, Octave, PSPP, NumPy) used for measurements and analysis, which is currently [in progress](https://invent.kde.org/teams/eco/be4foss/-/blob/master/devices-tools-overview.md).
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