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Understanding the effect of limited precision GPS data on speed distributions

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I've been looking at speed distributions derived from GPS tracking data. When I started to see some strange peaks in the distribution, I investigated to see if they were being caused by the limited precision of my GPS coordinates (My east/west readings were on ~1m precision, but north/south coordinates to only ~11m.) Take a look at this notebook, where I: I [...]

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