Example of how to do soft and hard iron calibration from a 3DOF magnetometer. http://psas.pdx.edu/
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README.markdown

PSAS Magnetometer Calibration

Example of how to do soft and hard iron calibration from a 3DOF magnetometer.

https://natronics.org/2019/magnetometer_calibration/

Data

Calibration and launch data is in the data directory.

Install code and run locally:

$ pipenv install
$ pipenv run jupyter notebook

This should open a browser tap with the homepage of jupyter notebooks. Click on the post.ipynb file.

You can also use an online notebook viewer pointed at the file, like this:

https://nbviewer.jupyter.org/urls/git.natronics.org/natronics/psas-magnetometer-calibration/raw/branch/master/post.ipynb