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During this process, you can collect as many data sets as you like. You can also delete any data sets on the table and/or undo deletion if you want to keep the deleted one.3.Data Exportation After you have finished the experiment and data collection, press the Cloud button () to download your data as a CSV file to your hard disk. You can choose where to save your data file as shown in Figure 4. Figure 4. Export dataYou can then use Excel to open the CSV file and start data processing. 4.Technical Support and Feedback For technical support, contact the developer directly by pressing the mail icon at the bottom right of the program window. For the convenience of providing you better support, please take a screenshot whenever possible. Any feedback about the user friendliness of the system and suggestions for further improvement may be forwarded to the course coordinator.
7 Information for Lab Report Guidelines for Lab Reports and Marking Scheme All reports must be typed in using 12-font size with single spacing. A minimum margin of 2 cm must be maintained on all sides, and the reports should not exceed 4 A4 pages (2-3 pages are the expected length for this report). Your name and SID must be clearly displayed on the report. All reports MUST be submitted through Turnitinvia the provided link in Blackboard. Before uploading the report file, you MUST name your report file as <Surname_SID.pdf> or <Surname_SID.doc>. The following structure is suggested for laboratory reports: 1.Results of dimensional analysis: [20%]In this lab report, ONLY the determined π groupsare required to be listed. It is NOT necessary to include the detailed procedures of the dimensional analysis. 2.Data sheet:[20%]This should include the raw data sheet exported from the virtual lab and the calculated values of all π groups. They should be presented in one or more tables. Include units for all parameters and caption(s) for table(s). 3.Plot the data in figures:[36%] Plot your data in appropriate forms to demonstrate the dependence of the dimensionless ball suspension height on the other π groups. All figures must include axis labels, legends, if appropriate, and figure captions. 4.Correlation of the variables:[20%]Obtain an overall empirical correlation to represent the dependence of the ball suspension height on all the other parameters. It is NOT necessary to include the procedure for obtaining the empirical correlation. List all references at the end of the report if there is any. The marking scheme assumes that

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