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ðŸ“– **Table of contents:**

- What graphs do we use?
- How to interpret Compass data from the different graphs?
- What other data is available in the Compass platform?

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- Relational G-Force
- Relational X-axis (Accelerating and Deceleration)
- Relational Y-axis (Steering)
- Total Roll
- Total Pitch
- Total Yaw
- Average, Median, and 85th Percentile Speed

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ðŸ’¡ **Tip:** The broader traffic context (i.e., road infrastructure, traffic calming measures) should always be considered when interpreting G-force, X-axis, and Y-axis graphs, to determine whether the data output matches known acceptable thresholds at certain speeds.

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The equation for relational G-force is:

$Relational \space Gforce = \sqrt{x^2 + y^2}$

Where x = acceleration and deceleration, and y = left and right steering. Based on american research, g-force values can be labeled as:

- Harsh braking when G-force value is > 0.6
- Harsh acceleration when G-force value is > 0.4