The match data for the Recycle Scout app is stored on the iOS device in a CSV file named “Match data – device name.csv”. The file can be uploaded to any computer using either the FTP upload feature included in the app or connecting directly to the computer and using Apple iTunes and the following procedure:
1) Install iTunes on the computer if not already installed.
2) Start the iTunes application.
3) Connect the iOS device to the computer via the USB/Power cable.
4) An iPhone button will appear on the menu bar near the top of the app window. Click on this button.
5) On the menu bar at the left, click the Apps option.
6) Scroll down to the File Sharing section and click on the Recycle Scout app.
7) Select the “Match data – device name.csv” from the document list and click on the “Save To” button.
8) In the Save dialog select the folder where you wish to save the file and press the Select Folder button.
A sample CSV file is shown below:
Team Number, Match Number, isCompleted, No Show, Auto Robot, Auto Containers, Auto Totes, Auto Handling, Auto Step, Tele Totes From, Tele Totes Max, Tele Totes Scored, Tele Containers Max, Tele Containers Scored, Tele Litter Scored, Tele Coopertition, Penalties, Robot Issues, Final Score
1234, 1, 15, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 1, 3, 10, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 92
2345, 2, 15, 0, 1, 3, 3, 2, 1, 3, 6, 12, 6, 2, 2, 2, 0, 0, 140
3456, 3, 15, 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
4567, 4, 15, 0, 1, 3, 3, 7, 4, 7, 6, 20, 6, 7, 7, 1, 5, 3, 200
The first line in the file is the name of the device from which the file was downloaded. The next line contains a comma delimited list of labels for each field in the match data. Each subsequent line contains the comma delimited data for one match. With the exception of comments, the data is presented in numeric format for easier comparison and analysis. Numeric data is shown directly and selections from lists of options are shown as an index or a bit map depending on whether the list allows single or multiple selections. Matches are only transferred if all required fields have been completed. No Shows have no data filled in and have a 1 in the No Show field. Following is a breif description of each data field:
|isCompleted||Bit map indicating which pages were completed|
|Bit 0: Page 1 Bit 3: Page 4|
|Bit 1: Page 2|
|Bit 2: Page 3 (15 = All pages completed)|
|No Show||0=False; 1=True|
|Auto Robot||Robot moved to the Auto Zone in Autonomous 0=No; 1=Yes|
|Auto Containers||Number of Containers moved to the Auto Zone in Autonomous|
|Auto Totes||Number of Yellow Totes moved to the Auto Zone in Autonomous|
|Auto Tote Handling||Bit map indicating how the totes were handled in Autonomous|
|Bit 0: Single Totes|
|Bit 1: Stack of Totes|
|Bit 2: Added to top of other Totes|
|Auto Step||Number of Containers removed from the Step in Autonomous|
|Tele Totes From||Bit map indicating from which locations the robot moved Totes|
|Bit 0: Feeder|
|Bit 1: Landfill|
|Bit 2: Step|
|Tele Totes Max||Maximum Level of a scored Tote in Teleoperated|
|Tele Totes Scored||Total number of Totes Scored in Teleoperated|
|Tele Containers Max||Maximum Level of a scored Container in Teleoperated|
|Tele Cont. Scored||Total number of Containers Scored in Teleoperated|
|Tele Litter Scored||Total number of Litter Scored in a Container in Teleoperated|
|Tele Coopertition||Total number of Yellow Totes placed on Step in Teleoperated|
|Penalty||Bit Map indicating any assigned Penalties|
|Bit 0: Foul|
|Bit 1: Yellow Card|
|Bit 2: Red Card|
|Robot Issues||Bit map indicating any observed Robot Issues|
|Bit 0: Stalled|
|Bit 1: Tipped Over|
|Final Score||Final Score of the robot’s alliance|
|Comments||Comments about the team or robot|
Use the following link to download an Excel workbook that can be used to analyze the Recycle Scout data from multiple devices:
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