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Old 02-08-2008, 06:24 PM   #64
williaty
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Originally Posted by bchslap View Post
thanks. As long as it isn't an issue, I'm not too worried, then.

I guess I am now concerned with the Corr% column, as I don't quite understand what it's doing, or how I am supposed to use it. As you can see, my Mean/Mode values are very close to one another. I suppose it's the lack of complete data I have come up with, that is really throwing me off.??
OK, your cor% tells you what to do to your MAF g/sec. For instance, at 1.65V, your modal correction is 1.68%. You then go to your MAF scaling table and multiply the value in the 1.65V column by 1.0168. In other words, you add the correction to the g/sec that's already there. Positive corrections make g/sec get bigger, negative corrections make g/sec get smaller.

Don't worry about the mean and mode being similar, that's a good thing.
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