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What is a sample length?

After the data has been filtered with a cut ?off, we then sample it. Sampling is done by breaking the data into equal sample lengths. The sample lengths have the same numeric value as the cut-off. In other words, if you use a 0.8mm cut-off, then the filtered data will be broken down into 0.8mm sample lengths. These sample lengths are chosen in such a way that a good statistical analysis can be made of the surface. In most cases, five sample lengths are used for analysis.